Asset Management

We perform a proactive and close Asset Management approach for our clients

We like to know our assets by heart, which makes a difference.

Chiang Rai Solar
9.5 MWp

Solving the visible problems today (only) doesn’t help. We as Asset Managers think proactively and on a long-term basis, consider all aspects on a regular basis (e.g. production figures, PV modules, module soiling, surrounding, licenses, meteo forecast). Beyond the presence of an Operations & Maintenance (O&M) team, we know our assets by heart, which makes a difference.

We often notice the issues before our O&M contractors do.

Our 4 Operation & Maintenance levels are:

*Level 2 visits and Level 4 reporting participate in monitoring Health & Safety at all times

*Monitoring asset in Realtime

An Active Asset Management with a long-term outlook:

Dedicated Operation & Maintenance team for each asset

Comprehensive insurance packages at both construction and operation stages

Experienced asset management team in our Bangkok center of excellence

Optimum asset performance reached through 4 Operation & Maintenance levels

Our solar assets are ISO 9001 certified

An active Asset Management using our multiple Leverages

A Successful Asset Management is drawn from…

  1. Deep technical knowledge about solar technology, subsystems, interconnections.
  2. Appropriate and comprehensive reporting systems.
  3. Strong data analysis capabilities.
  4. Continuous assessment and pro-active handling of potential issues.
  5. Problem solving skills with immediate response.
  6. Good yet strict relationship with contractors and suppliers.
  7. Upstream contractual proficiency with smart leverage over O&M contractors.

Examples of Good Asset Management

Examples of Bad Asset Management

CE’s selected Asset Management Track Record in Asia

Nakhon Ratchasima Solar

COD: March 2012 

Power Installed: 7.496MWp 

CO2 emissions: 7,814 tons 

avoided / year

Chiang Rai Solar

COD: March 2013 

Power Installed: 9.916MWp 

CO2 emissions: 10,717 tons 

avoided / year

Schneider Electric Bangpoo

COD: August 2017 

Power Installed: 795kWp 

CO2 emissions: 7,347 tons 

avoided over 12 years

Magotteaux MCL4

COD: September 2018 

Power Installed: 991kWp 

CO2 emissions: 8,920 tons 

avoided over 12 years

Magotteaux MCL3

COD: September 2018 

Power Installed: 440kWp 

CO2 emissions: 4,629 tons 

avoided over 12 years

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