BY DARREN LEWIS | 25-02-21
Minimising the impact of our actions is at the very heart of everything we do.
Protecting the environment
Our goal is to reduce to the material requirement of PV O&M by using a ‘repair-not-replace’ approach, achieved through an enhanced understanding of the technology. and cost saving.
Lifecycle analysis and risk model created for each component part
We assess the risks to hardware, specifically for the topographic context of each PV site, the theoretical component lifecycle stage and the actual physical condition of all plant equipment and component parts.
Strategic procurement of replacement parts to ensure optimum availability according to risk of failure
We build a lifecycle risk model for the installed component parts and this in turn indicates the spare procurement and availability plan that we create.
Centralised storage and responsive distribution to our teams
We set-out procurement, storage and logistical Service Level Agreement to ensure the cost and the operation risk levels are balanced and at the optimum level.
Optimum balance between speed of delivery, risk mitigation and cost efficiency
Our procurement strategy leverages the economy of scale we can provide from the aggregated procurement on behalf of multiple clients. We seek to manage advantageous spares supply relationships that already exist and absorb these into the management plan.
We have a proven O&M solution that has been supporting the industry as a hidden partner for over 20 years, combined with a the revolutionary workflow that we have developed and an agile UK wide team of O&M Engineers.
We'd love to tell you more.
Director of New Business & Operations
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