Challenges to Managing Distributed Energy Infrastructure

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Senior Managing Director, Asset Management Distributed Infrastructure Black & Veatch Management Consulting

Dr. Romero is a Senior Managing Director of Black & Veatch Management Consulting. He specializes in the assessment of novel technologies, product design, product performance and reliability...

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The rapid growth of Distributed Energy Infrastructure (DEI) poses significant challenges to asset owners and operators. The decrease in the price of the energy generated by DEI assets has placed significant pressure on O&M providers to cut costs which, in some cases, has led to a reduction in O&M scope and delays in corrective services. Download this paper to discover the potential negative impacts to the growth of the DEI market and the need for better solutions for asset owners. >>Download Today!

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