This webcast will take place on Thursday, June 2, 2016, 11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern. As news articles tout record low utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) prices in a handful of places across the country, many utilities are considering adding solar to their resource portfolios. The reality is that not all solar projects are created equal. Utility-scale solar project economics vary widely and are dependent on a number of factors. To procure high-value, cost-competitive projects, utilities must understand the drivers that impact the overall cost and value of a utility-scale solar project.
This webinar examines how to optimize the economics of utility-scale solar projects, drawing on the findings of a recent report from SEPA and solar project developer, Recurrent Energy.
Participants will learn:
- Solar cost drivers for large-scale projects
- Learn how to value solar as a part of the resource mix
- Establish a framework to evaluate PV projects
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