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Making Solar Bankable

DNV GL is proud to contribute to this years edition of 'Making Solar Bankable' in Amsterdam

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Event Information

  • Wo:

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Veranstaltungsort:

    Hotel Okura

  • Wann:
    18 February - 19 February 2016
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  • Webseite: http://www.makingsolarbankable.com/

Unlocking capital for solar project development in Asia, Africa and Latin America. That is the topic of the Solar event (Making Solar Bankable - merging markets) DNV GL is proud to sponsor. The event is taking place on 18 and 19 February in Amsterdam, and is a good platform and 2-day conference focusing on unlocking capital for new solar project development in emerging markets.

DNV GL helps maturing the Solar industry  

At this event, DNV GL will contribute to the program with a session titled Helicopter view on key risk categories

  • Providing an overview of risks in the different project development phases,  
  • presenting external factors that can influence realization and performance and  
  • best and worst practice experiences across several projects 
DNV GL and Solar 

DNV GL provides independent advice, analysis, engineering and testing services to the global Photovoltaic (PV) and Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) markets. We work with investors, project developers, owners and equipment manufacturers to help manage risk throughout the entire project life cycle for systems - from residential rooftops, to multimegawatt power plants.

Our services:

  • Energy assessment
  • Independent engineering
  • Owner’s engineering
  • Technology reviews
  • Pre-construction engineering
  • Environmental and permitting advice
  • Asset management
  • PV module and inverter testing
  • Project Management
  • PV degradation prediction