The legacy of the photovoltaic power plant boom

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WHY plants fail and how their performance can be optimised

The fast pace of photovoltaic (PV) power plant development experienced over the last five years is set to continue as global governments champion initiatives to decarbonise power production.
However, the PV boom inheritance is poorly constructed power plants that are maintained by inappropriately skilled personnel. The consequence of this is downtime and grid connection failures, which impact plant productivity level and ultimately financial returns to stakeholders.


  • Learn about some of the common issues that affect the perfomance of PV plants
  • Find out how to overcome these issues as early as possible, to maximise plant reliability and productivity, and positively impact investment returns

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