2nd June 2016 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (GMT-04:00) America/New_York
News trumpeting the low cost of large-scale solar has been prevalent in recent months, touting prices below $40/MWh in multiple jurisdictions. The reality of project development shows that utility-scale solar economics vary widely and are dependent on a number of factors. As utilities continue to add solar to the resource mix - it is critical to understand economic drivers and their implications in order to produce high-value, cost-competitive projects. This webinar will focus on findings from the recent report from SEPA and Recurrent Energy examining how to optimize the economics of large-scale PV plants.