Cell, Interrupted

Cell, Interrupted examines how the solar PV industry can invest the time and resources necessary in order to increase its tolerance to risk, particularly for losses resulting from extreme weather conditions.

The report includes:

  • Exploration of the causes and types of solar PV claims
  • Analysis of solar claims cost variability
  • Interviews with DNV GL, Quintas Energy, RES, and OST Energy.

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