With a newly developed Repowering-Tool, the PV service provider from Hamburg is the first to grant transparency about the profitability of repowering measures in the photovoltaic industry. Using the calculation tool, greentech keeps track of profitability and technical plant optimization throughout the repowering process.
For several years greentech provides precise repowering solutions to optimize the operation of photovoltaic power plants. In the course of enhance the service portfolio, greentech developed a tool to systematically accompany and structure the process of plant optimization from a commercial perspective. The O&M company from Hamburg created a transparent system to provide parameters considering economic potential of repowering measures. Regardless of the portfolio size greentech is offering their clients data for reinvestment decisions.
Degrading modules, outdated inverters, and planning errors – it is well known that repowering measures during the operating phase might be a worthwhile investment. Doing so, owners of PV power plants get the chance to increase their profits by specific optimization measures. To provide a reliable and honest base for decision making, greentech engineers developed a specialized Repowering-Tool.
The greentech Repowering-Tool helps providing a reliable profit analysis and assessment about the commercial characteristics of reinvestments – before the planning phase has even started. Besides the technical design and implementation, greentech is now able to provide reliable profitability perspectives to the investor.
The Repowering-Tool developed by greentech assists and accompanies the whole process from first analysis to detailed planning and control of success. greentech ensures a professional technical implementation with an experienced engineering team and established quality management processes.
greentech offers interested investors and operators an independent audit of their PV plants with the aim of assessing its performance profile. greentech is an experienced PV service provider, acting independently of manufacturers or EPC contractors.