Sat, Oct 23|
Solar Energy project : Improving RoI + Reducing cost (9%)
Time & Location
Oct 23, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
About the Event
Opting for Solar energy is a strategic decision whether you are planning for CAPEX or for a 3rd party funded OPEX project. Useful life of a Solar PV project is 20-25 years. A well-engineered and a well-designed project gives quicker RoI and provides (practically) FREE power once the initial payback is achieved.
With 44+ GW of Solar installations till date, projects continue to come up in large numbers across India on rooftop, utility and off-site captive configurations. However, majority of the commissioned projects are not performing up to the mark i.e., they have a PR (Performance Ratio) of less than 75% which directly impacts power generation (kWh / MWp) and therefore the RoI.
Based on our 11+ years of experience in Solar Energy across project types, we have identified major reasons for poor performance which are varied and are generally because of one or more of the following -
- Poor engineering & design
- Selection of wrong technology
- Use of inferior quality BoS components
- Lack of pre-project due-diligence
- Cost and time over-runs
- Insufficient QC practices
- Biased legal contracts
So, what should one do to ensure highest quality deliverables at the best-possible cost? It requires a bit of preparedness before the actual execution as well as during execution. This means pre-project due-diligence, software simulation, engineering & design vetting, preparation of high quality RFQ, strict vendor evaluation, schedule and quality adherence, framing of legal contract etc.
In this 45-mins webinar we will show how to improve RoI of your proposed Solar project by :
=> Ensuring high quality + high performance project (PR > 80%)
=> Cost-saving methodologies (savings of up to 9% on total project cost)
=> Questions to ask your EPC contractor / developer.
This webinar is highly recommended if you are planning for a Solar project.
Registration is FREE but mandatory on first-come-first serve-basis as we have limited seats (20 only).