Emergency O&M: How to Restore Utility-Scale Solar Projects After Extreme Weather Damage
- Jul 1, 2020 7:57 pm GMT
Climate change is causing more severe weather events across the country and solar projects are often in the crosshairs. Sandstorms jam debris particles into delicate equipment. Storm surges flood rows of inverters. Tornadoes rip apart racking systems. Wildfires whip across sites, melting wires and cables. Structural assets built to last three decades can be mangled beyond recognition within an hour.
What’s an asset owner to do when a natural disaster strikes a solar project?
1. Assess and regroup: How bad is it?
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