Renewable Energies

RES Risk Assessment

Investments in renewable energies provide comparatively stable and predictable income, but are subject to internal and regulatory controlling and reporting requirements. Our analyses quantify the influence of typical risks on the value of renewable energy portfolios and make them accessible for transparent evaluation, which can also be used for regulatory risk reporting.

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Dr. Nicolai Herrmann
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E-Mail: Nicolai.Herrmann@enervis.de

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