The evaluation of Inverter-Repowering concepts

greentech speaks at the O&M and Asset Management conference in London

Yaw Ofori speaking at O&M and Asset Management conference in london
(PresseBox) ( Hamburg, )
Yaw Ofori (Managing Director at greentech UK) talks about inverter repowering and discusses the profitability of different approaches along a practical example at this year’s O&M and Asset Management conference. The event is jointly organised by the industry associations SolarPower Europe and Solar Trade Association and is one of the major events on the British photovoltaics market.

The continuous optimisation of the performance and the operational costs of photovoltaic plants have been a frequently discussed topic for quite a long time. They become especially crucial, when mistakes in the plant design or increasing component failure represent a serious risk for the profitability of a plant. In such cases there are often several options to perform corrective maintenance or a repowering of the PV plant. In his presentation, Yaw Ofori demonstrates that the evaluation of different maintenance or repowering approaches can only be valid when all relevant cost factors as well as possible yield increase in relation to the remaining life-time of the plant are considered. For this important step, greentech has developed a Repowering-Tool which enables a profound analysis of the profitability of an individual repowering concept.

“For greentech as an independent service provider, operation & maintenance, optimisation and repowering belong to the core business. Our goal is to develop individual and reliable repowering concepts for our customers, which are based on solid technology and focus on the profitability of the plant.”

(Yaw Ofori, Managing Director at greentech UK)
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