Solar O&M and Asset Management MENA

Solar O&M and Asset Management MENA

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Start Date
16 Oct 2017
End Date
17 Oct 2017
International / National


Ⅰ. Introduction:

The inaugural Solar O&M and Asset Management MENA conference was successfully held at the Sheraton Amman Al Nabil, Jordan. O&M and asset management is a rising requirement in the region as solar project owners across the region are increasingly looking at extending the lifecycle and performance of utility sized solar plants upon the final stages of construction. In addition, the event also discussed Jordan’s upcoming tenders of solar projects upon its expansion of its energy grid in 2018.

Over 80 attendees gather across the two days to discuss Jordan’s upcoming commercial and utility sized solar projects as well as the latest developments on its green corridor project. They also discussed upcoming O&M and asset management requirements and the findings from case studies on the implementation of the latest technologies suitable for the region’s climate to improve performance and ROI.

The 2nd Solar O&M and Asset Management MENA conference will provide an update on Jordan’s third round of tenders, O&M and asset management strategies, systems and technologies to ensure long-term performance and profitability of solar plants across MENA

Ⅱ. Conference Topics:

● O&M requirements for the financial close
● Developing cost -effective O&M contracts
● Developing in-house O&M and asset management capabilities
● Forecasting and modeling
● Failure analysis
● Strategies for developing a predictive and preemptive maintenance strategy
● On-grid versus off-grid O&M strategies
● Sourcing O&M capabilities

Ⅲ. Why Attend:

★ Network with leading solar asset owners, financiers, O&M providers and EPC contractors
★ Discuss the latest O&M and asset management strategies for improved asset optimization and performance ratios
★ Assess the benefits of long term versus short term O&M contracts
★ Understand how to design a cost -effective pre-emptive and predictive maintenance strategy using monitoring and forecasting tools

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