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

Hamburg, 6th December: 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.

Picture of Yaw Ofori on stage

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)