Past events

Solar Bankability Final event 

7-8 February 2017, Brussels, Belgium 

The Solar Bankability final project event took place on 7-8 February 2017 at the Renaissance hotel in Brussels, Belgium. 

More information about the event are available here. 

18-19 January 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Improving the Financeability and Attractiveness of Sustainable Energy Investments in Photovoltaics

More information about the event is available here

22 November 2016 (at 15:00 CET)

This webinar pooled expertise together from the EU funded project "Solar Bankability" and the EU initiative "ElectriFI" for the sub-Saharan region. You can download the presentations below by clicking on the name of each presenter. 

The Electrification Financing Initiative (ElectriFI) is an EU initiative that will support electrification investments that will lead to new and improved connections, with strong features for scalability. 

This webinar was hosted and moderated by SolarPower Europe - Solar Bankability partner - with the support of the African-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP), featuring: 

The recording of the webinar is available here.  

20 October 2016 (at 15:00 CET)

Solar Bankability hosted a webinar on October 20 at 15:00 CET to discuss the core results so far before the last turn of the project and the final report.

This webinar was hosted and moderated by SolarPower Europe - Solar Bankability partner - featuring:

  • David Moser, PhD, EURAC research Institute for Renewable Energy and Coordinator of Solar Bankability project, will present the first attempt to implement cost-based Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to the PV sector and to define a methodology for the estimation of economic losses due to planning failures, system downtime and substitution/repair of components.
  • Ulrike Jahn, Senior Expert, TUV Rheinland Energie und Umwelt and Solar Bankability partner, will share highlights from the latest analysis from the project and present the results of the identification and categorisation of mitigation measures before and after the operational phase of a PV project.

You can download the presentations of the webinar here

The recording of the webinar is also available here.

23 June 2016 (from 09:50 to 12:10), Munich, Germany

Identification of technical risks in the PV Value Chain and Quantification of the economic impact on the Business Model.

Session reference: 5DP.1.1

9-10 May 2016, Radisson Blu Hotel, Cologne, Germany

The Solar Bankability first public event took place on 9th and 10th May in Cologne, Germany.

Click here to download the presentations and find more information about the event.

9-11 March 2016, Kloster Banz, Bad Staffelstein, Germany

Bankability - Begutachtung und Bewertung von  PV-Systemen?

8 December 2015, London, UK

You can find the consolidated presentations from the meeting here

26-27 November 2015, Berlin, Germany

How to Reach Sustainable and Competitive Quality Standards in Utility PV?

A video of the presentation and the Roundtable discussion is also available here

17 September 2015 (from 15:15 to 16:45), Hamburg, Germany

PV Investment Financeability and Attractiveness: Improvement of Business Models  through Technical Risk Qualification and Management 

Session Reference: 7DO.15.3

16 September 2015 (from 16:00 to 18:00), Hamburg, Germany

Quality for a Sustainable Future in Solar Session - Joint event SolarPower Europe DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions 

11 June 2015, Munich, Germany

You can find here below the presentations from the workshop: 

Breakout Session 1

  • Presentation on Preliminary Findings
  • Technical Risks, Risk matrix and Next Steps

Breakout Session 2

  • Presentation on Business Model Overview
  • Questions and Open Discussions

11 June 2015, Munich, Germany

SolarPower Europe's Solar Bankability Summit

10 June 2015, Munich, Germany

EU Forum on PV Financing and Securitization

© Solar Bankability 2015

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