By Kathie Zipp You’re an asset manager of utility-scale solar power plants, and your CEO has just made you responsible for your company’s most recent acquisition, a 10-megawatt project, soon to begin construction. The new plant comes with some heavy expectations around financial performance, which, based on the construction contract and engineering specifications you receive, it’s probably not going to meet. The first thing you do is . . .
At the recent Solar Power Asset Management and Performance (AMP) conference in San Diego, the recommended first step was sitting down with a table of industry experts—each with different areas of expertise—to brainstorm solutions
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