SMA America Will Highlight Risk Sharing Partnership Models at Upcoming Asset Management Conference
The SMA team is excited to participate in the 2022 Solarplaza Summit Asset Management North America conference and tradeshow April 6 and 7, 2022 in Oakland. This event brings together domestic and international stakeholders for market insights, focused networking and industry-leading thought leadership sessions.
The conference comes as the U.S. solar market has reached an installed base of 100GW of PV capacity and shifted toward repowering and consolidating portfolios. The maturing market has demonstrated a need for asset longevity and ROI optimization. SMA America offers a variety of solutions and services to meet these needs.
The conference will cover themes around the environment and social governance (ESG) and supply chain sustainability. There will also be dialogue around investment opportunities arising from the Biden Administration’s focus on renewable energy development.
The SMA team has been selected to participate a panel addressing diversity, equity and inclusion in solar asset management. This session will provide insights around thinking expansively about diversity, best hiring and management practices, building company culture and the benefits of deploying solar to more communities.
The organization supports industry goals and values that merge with real, pragmatic practices to strengthen the future of solar. SMA encourages leaders to think and act strategically to make sure the solar workforce reflects those we serve.
Representatives from SMA will be present to connect with customers and to explain customized service capabilities. The varied SMA service partnership models offer plentiful options to plant owners and operators. This approach doesn’t rely on a one-size-fits-all approach, so the levels of support can range from self-performance to plant-wide operations and maintenance.
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To obtain a 15% discounted conference pass use code: SAMNA21-SMA15
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