RadianGEN CEO Chad Sachs to participate at Greentech Media’s Solar Summit

From April 14-16, RadianGEN CEO Chad Sachs will be attending Greentech Media’s Solar Summit 2014 at The Wigwam Resort inPhoenix, Arizona, where hewill participate in one of the event’s exciting panels.

Greentech Media Solar Summit

This annual conference – now in its seventh year – focuses on global market trends, relevant technologies and project finance, featuring sessions on a wide variety of topics ranging from Latin American market dynamics to BOS innovations. It gives industry leaders an opportunity to attend innovative, engaging panel discussions and network with peers from all over the country.

According to the event website, this year’s key themes include the following:

  • The Global Solar Market in 2015
  • The Future of the Module: Costs, Technologies and Strategies
  • Inverters and the Balance of Systems: The Next Wave of Innovation
  • Latin America Solar: Opportunities, Barriers and Channels
  • The U.S. Solar Market: Finding the Signal Amongst the Noise


From 3 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. on April 15, Chad will participate in the PV Asset Management and O&M panel, moderated by GTM Research Solar Analyst Nicole Litvak.

He will be joined by Joe Brotherton, President, MaxGen Energy Services; David Kenny, Director of Fleet Operations, Sunrun; Mark McLanahan, President of Global Services, SunEdison and Thomas Plagemann, Executive Vice President, Vivint Solar.


Here are some questions that this panel will address:

  • How do you define SolarAM?
  • Is using an outside contractor – such as RadianGEN or MaxGen – for SolarAM and O&M more appropriate for some systems than others?
  • What are some of the most common system performance issues?
  • When a system is underperforming, what specific steps are taken to diagnose and fix the problem?
  • As solar systems get closer to the end of their expected lifetime in the coming years, will the need for SolarAM and O&M become more apparent?


Click here to register for the Solar Summit 2014.

The U.S. solar industry has experienced some remarkable growth over the past few years, initiating important discussions about SolarAM and the critical role it plays in ensuring that existing projects perform to their full potential. We’re excited to have the opportunity to share our SolarAM expertise at the Solar Summit 2014 and hope to see you there!

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