The new portal is designed to allow users to explore the demographics of wind, solar and energy storage assets to stimulate debate and decision-making on life extension and re-powering.
The new development follows the recent launch of Everoze’s Life Extension Assessment Framework as a consultancy service earlier in the year. LEAF helps project owners and investors make better decisions about the future of renewables assets and portfolios as they reach maturity.
Everoze worked with the data visualisation specialist Datacoz, drawing together public domain data from a wide range of sources into the LEAF decision making framework. The result is a flexible interactive tool which allows users to benchmark the age profile and repowering favourability of their assets against the wider industry.
Joss Boxford, Partner at Everoze (pictured, left) – which has offices in Fife, London and Paris – said: “We’ve taken a big data approach to renewables assets in our home markets of the UK and France to get people talking about life extension and repowering options.
“An effective end of life strategy can increase asset value materially and with an aging fleet, now is the right time for project owners and investors to start working out how to unlock this potential.”