Photovoltaics on buildings: specifying and evaluating project proposals

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Location

Singapore

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Course Summary

PV systems convert sunlight directly to electricity. It allows a building to save electricity costs from SP PowerGrid and stand out from the crowd, by enhancing its environmental and high-tech appeal. Just a few years ago, PV projects required additional incentive to make them commercially viable. But costs have declined such that projects achieves payback periods below 10 years, yielding attractive internal rates of return (IRR) of 8–12%. This applies to systems that perform properly for 20–25 years, in line with PV module power warranties.
Many aspiring PV systems owners find themselves poorly prepared when requesting system proposals and evaluating offers, it might be difficult to distinguish a good system from a mediocre one. Hence, we have invited an experienced PV industry professional to clear your doubts.

 

Speaker’s Profile

Mr Christophe Inglin has over 18 years of experience in the field of photovoltaics. He is currently the Managing Director of Energetix Pte Ltd. He is also on the council of SEAS as vice-chairman.
Christophe was Managing Director of Phoenix Solar Pte Ltd, one of Singapore’s best respected solar systems integrators. Prior to that, he spent 10 years with Shell Solar Pte Ltd (formerly Siemens Showa Solar), a leading manufacturer of PV cells and
modules. He is an invited trainer for the GreenMark Manager Programme held by the BCA Academy.

Christophe holds a BSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Surrey in England, and an MBA from INSEAD in France.

Extra Information

Date: 20 - 21 September 2018; Time: 9am - 5pm

Rates

SEAS Member: $650.00; Non-Member: $700.00

3 participants and above: $680.00 per participant

SCEM Special Rate: $680.00

Fees are inclusive of GST

Contact Information

Tel: +65-63388578 Email: training@seas.org.sg

Address Information

180 Kitchener Road City Square Mall Level 6 Sky Park, #06-10

Sponsor/exhibitor contact

Agnes Seah
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