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- Add to Calendar07/16/2020 2:00 PM07/15/2020 3:00 PMAmerica/New_YorkRestoring Utility PV After Extreme Weather Damage (Webinar) This webinar offers restoration strategies after natural disasters. Owners and operators of utility solar assets will learn from PV experts how to streamline recovery and cut equipment replacement costs and sail through the insurance process.
- Jul 2, 2020
This webinar offers restoration strategies after natural disasters. Owners and operators of utility solar assets will learn from PV experts how to streamline recovery and cut equipment replacement costs and sail through the insurance process.
Jul 16, 2020
2:00 PM EST
Are you an asset owner or operator that has incurred extreme weather damage?
Save Millions in Plant Restoration. Cut recovery time and costs.
Learn how in this free 1–hour webinar!
Join Solar Support's CEO Auston Taber with a panel of solar industry experts from DEPCOM Power, Nextracker, Inc. & GCube Insurance Services.
Climate change is giving rise to an increasing number of severe weather events and utility-scale solar plants are more susceptible than ever. Block off 1 hour to hear smart strategies to get damaged plants back online through a staggered plan that prioritizes quick recovery. Learn how owners and operators can streamline recovery, cut equipment replacement costs, and get plants back to peak performance.
The fantastic speaker lineup includes renewable insurance leader GCube, presenting claims data on the country's most costly natural disasters and methods to navigate the claims process. GCube insures over 100GWs of projects in 40 countries. With 35 GWs of trackers deployed worldwide, Nextracker will contribute its expert analysis on the reliability impacts of wind and hail plus how to minimize risk and mitigate damage. Host Solar Support will share best practices in PV equipment and plant reliability, while DEPCOM Power will present strategies to boost uptime, cut costs, and maximize production. As the 5th largest EPC in the U.S., DEPCOM has built over 55 solar plants and operates more than 1 GW of assets nationwide.
Find out about natural disasters and associated restoration costs across different regions.
Get best practices in site inspection and project management.
Learn how smart salvage plans can avoid unnecessary replacement costs and downtime.
See how to for faster and more cost-effective repairs.
Get the support you need to flow through the insurance process.
Learn how to get fast returns through a staggered plan that prioritizes quick recovery.
CLIFFORD MYERS, DIRECTOR OF RESTORATION @DEPCOM POWER INC
Cliff brings his expertise in solar systems fault resolution and performance organization to DEPCOM Power. With over 14 years combined experience in utility PV technology and power conversion systems, Cliff steers the company’s restoration, repowering, and recertification strategies.
BRIAN TYLUKI, SVP & SENIOR UNDERWRITER - GCUBE
Brian’s role as Senior Underwriter at GCube involves working with clients and brokers to provide support for onshore wind and solar risks. Prior to joining GCube, Brian gained 15 years of experience working for a number of US carriers focused on insuring both traditional and renewable energy assets.
ALEX ROEDEL, SR. DIRECTOR OF DESIGN & ENGINEERING - NEXTRACKER
Alex oversees the global design and engineering team at Nextracker. With 14 years in the solar industry leading engineering for companies as SunPower and SPG Solar, Alex is responsible for the design and engineering of over 35 GWs of operational power plants. He also leads Nextrackers’s industry-leading wind design and analysis work.
AUSTON TABER, CEO - SOLAR SUPPORT
Auston has spent nearly 15 year in the solar industry across various technical and service roles, offering deep expertise in PV equipment and site O&M across residential, C&I and utility environments. He has held leadership positions in customer service, safety and training with companies such as SMA, Huawei and Ginlong Technologies.