Repowering Wind Projects

August 3-4, 2021 | USA

The repowering market segment is continuing to grow and will achieve 1–3 gigawatts per year, with an estimated value of $25 billion through 2030. This presents a great opportunity for wind farm owners, operators, and developers. Repowering offers much more power output and profits from turbines at a lower cost over the extended project life, thus greatly increasing the asset value. However, repowering can be expensive, overwhelming and complex. Detailed agreements, legal, tax, regulatory and environmental hurdles, if not properly understood can lead to losses in revenues and assets. Navigating PPAs and other revenue agreements, interconnection, O&M, and ancillary agreements, as well as optimizing tax benefits from PTC/ITC extensions and dealing all the issues necessitates an advanced and detailed understanding of the factors that can impact a repowering.

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OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

International Conference on Offshore Renewable Energy

August 26-27, 2021 | USA

The International Conference on Offshore Renewable Energy conference will cover areas like issues and see how these developments are applied to various types of offshore renewable energy projects.

Solar Conference

August 3-6, 2021 | USA

The Solar Conference moving north to Boulder, a city with a progressive sustainable energy vision, to continue the conversation on maximizing renewable energy, and to forge pathways for communities in every state to follow, in achieving renewables-driven electrification, climate resilience, and clean-energy driven opportunities for all.

Annual National Solar Conference

August 3-6, 2021 | USA

The American Solar Energy Society is dedicated to helping America work towards the goal of a 100 percent renewable energy society. Attendees of this conference also support this “greening” of America regarding the decreased use of fossil fuels and increased use of renewable energy sources, and the potential positive impact renewable energy use can have on the larger issues of climate change.

Solar Energy Systems Conference

August 4-6, 2021 | USA

AIChE invites representatives from academia, industry, and policy making and government organizations to participate. The conference will provide a forum for the exposure and exchange of ideas, methods and results in solar energy science, engineering and engagement.