Building bankable utility-scale solar PV+energy storage projects

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With declining costs, and increasing amounts of solar+storage added to electrical grids across the globe, there is a growing need to understand how to build bankable projects. The creation of multi-use business cases is key. In this upcoming pv magazine webinar, powered by Sterling & Wilson, we will discuss the bankability of utility-scale solar PV […]

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Vikas Bansal, Head, Business Development – International Solar at Sterling and Wilson
Marc Bednarz, Head of Green Tech Solutions APAC, Munich Re
Ronald Sastrawan, Director Green Tech Solutions, Munich Re

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Becky Beetz , Head of Content, pv magazine
Michael Fuhs, Head of Editorial, pv magazine

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Presentation of Vikas Bansal
Presentation of Marc Bednarz and Ronald Sastrawan

With declining costs, and increasing amounts of solar+storage added to electrical grids across the globe, there is a growing need to understand how to build bankable projects. The creation of multi-use business cases is key.

In this upcoming pv magazine webinar, powered by Sterling & Wilson, we will discuss the bankability of utility-scale solar PV + energy storage projects and in particular, identify the key strengths and weaknesses of various business models.

With Vikas Bansal, Head, Business Development – International Solar at Sterling and Wilson, we will talk about the key components responsible for building bankable solar+storage projects, and go through a SWOT analysis from the perspective of an EPC.

Joining pv magazine and Sterling & Wilson for the webinar are Munich Re’s Dr. Marc Bednarz, Head of Green Tech Solutions APAC and Dr. Ronald Sastrawan, Director Green Tech Solutions. They will share their perspectives on the conditions required to make such projects insurable.

Content

  • Key components responsible for building bankable solar+storage projects
  • SWOT analysis from the perspective of developers and financers
  • Analysis of current and future revenue streams, and project financing considerations

 

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