Improving the attractiveness of solar PV investment7-8 February 2017
Europe has already passed to the post "100 GW of Solar Power Installed in Europe" era. In the last decade grid-connected photovoltaic power has advanced from an absolute niche position to a central building block of future electricity generation and energy transition.
Costs of PV systems have fallen more than 70% since 2008 and levelised cost of electricity will continue decline supported by economies of scale and ongoing innovation. Along with the increasing importance in Europe's future energy mix the technical reliability and financial stability of PV investments has to match established standards in the utility industry.
The Solar Bankability project therefore aims to establish a common practice for professional risk assessment which will serve to reduce technical risks associated with investments in photovoltaic projects and increase trust from investors, financers and insurance companies.
After a very successful mid-term event and additional consultation activities, the project consortium is now ready to present and discuss their findings, exchange with relevant leading stakeholders and assess the impact of our work.
For further details about this event, please click here and/ or contact Ioannis Thomas Theologitis
+32 2 709 55 40 / firstname.lastname@example.org