Solar Bankability aims to contribute to the reduction of the risks associated with investments in solar energy projects. The project results should increase trust from investors, financers and insurance companies. The project aims to establish a common practice for professional risk assessment based on technical and commercial due diligence.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649997.
This webinar was hosted and moderated by SolarPower Europe – Solar Bankability partner – featuring:
- David Moser, PhD, EURAC research Institute for Renewable Energy and Coordinator of Solar Bankability project, presented the first attempt to implement cost-based Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to the PV sector and to define a methodology for the estimation of economic losses due to planning failures, system downtime and substitution/repair of components.
- Ulrike Jahn, Senior Expert, TUV Rheinland Energie und Umwelt and Solar Bankability partner, shared highlights from the latest analysis from the project and present the results of the identification and categorisation of mitigation measures before and after the operational phase of a PV project.
To learn more about the Solar Bankability project please visit www.solarbankability.org