RISK IDENTIFICATION IN LARGE PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS' CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Serrano Gómez, Luis
Muñoz Hernández, José Ignacio
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Spanish energy policy has been changed several times from 2007. The current legal framework leads to a higher complexity in the administrative process in renewable energy projects. This situation has created a new scenario in terms of uncertainty management. All this, coupled with the large budget of such facilities, requires the realization of a preliminary risk analysis. The first part of this article is a summary of the State of the art and a review of the various existing methodologies for the risk analysis in projects with uncertainty. For the risk identification in construction projects for large solar photovoltaic plants, we start on the knowledge and both national and international experience acquired by four experts in solar photovoltaics energy projects. To check the functionality of the model, a case study of the construction project of a solar photovoltaic plant of 286.9 MW located in the town of Jumilla (Spain) is developed.
- CIDIP 2016 (Cartagena)