In this paper we look at the options for extracting further value from renewable energy projects that are nearing their planned end of life.
Two key questions facing owners, investors and other stakeholders today are “How long will my renewable energy assets last?” and “What happens at the end of their planned lifetime?”
In our latest paper we look at the options for extracting further value from renewable energy projects that are nearing their planned end of life, and how to identify the best option for the given circumstances. End of life planning is becoming an increasingly prominent issue in the renewables sector. This is particularly the case in wind power, where the first commercial wind energy projects are now reaching – or in some cases just passing – their expected 20-year lifetime. But the question is also relevant for photovoltaic, biomass and hydro plants.
Download our exclusive paper, which lays out how investors and owners can take advantage of lifetime extension opportunities.
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