Mr. Stefan Müller is Co-founder, shareholder of Enerparc AG and since end of 2008 as a board member responsible for the international and operational business.
After his diploma theses in 1992 in Solar Energy he gained international experiences in difference roles and various countries. He worked nearly 10 years for BP Solar in Europe and Asia and was 5 years in the role of the MD of Conergy Asia Pacific based in Singapore.
Enerparc is an international specialist in the whole value chain of large-scale photovoltaic power plants. The company was founded in 2008 and have 450 internationally experienced employees with offices in Hamburg, India, Australia, France, Spain and a number of registered partner.
The service ranges from the technical design (EPCm) to the turn-key delivery (EPC) and finally to the operation (O&M) of the power plant. In the last years the Enerparc Group successfully connected globally more than 4.500 MW to the grid and it meanwhile operates 3.000 MW of own PV power plants.
Based on the IHS research, Enerparc is in the Top 10 in global ranking of EPC companies and number 1 in Germany. In addition to this the Enerparc Group is ranked No. 1 as IPP Player in Europe based on Solarplaza's research 2022.
Enerparc AG as one of the major investor and leading service provider knows how to combine the different needs and expectations competently, always aiming for a sustainable and successful integration of photovoltaic power plants into the global future energy supply.
Stefan Müller is voluntarily active in various organizations, like the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce and the VDI (German Association of Engineers).
02:35 pm - 02:50 pm
Utility-Scale Solar Power I: Trends in Development, EPC, O&M, Asset Management
Utility-Scale Solar Power I: Trends in Development, EPC, O&M, Asset ManagementWhile administrative hurdles are still a great concern for solar developers, EPCs also face material supply shortages, continuously new products and a shortage of qualified installers. At the same time, the current inflationary environment is creating immense cost pressure at each step. As high systems yields are crucial for the profitable operation of utility-scale power plants, O&Ms and asset managers employ sophisticated digital tools and advanced analytics to optimize the performance of utility-scale solar plants.
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