FRV´s Asset Management (AM) provides 360 degrees asset management services including: Third party projects services provider, local authorities, financial entities

Why is FRV important for the AM of the assets?

  • FRV is involved the whole way through the development, the construction phase and into operations so have a unique understanding of the project
  • Knowledge and track-record of performance in providing these services globally across many projects
  • Knowledge about technology, well established relationships with suppliers and direct access to the latest technologies and innovations in the solar industry
  • FRV understands the contracts and agreements in place and can ensure the best outcomes for the owner of the project and the financiers
  • FRV understands the legislation and compliance with country laws and regulations from Environmental to Electricity Generation
  • AM department manages the O&M contract to reach the goal of ensuring maximum availability, performance, ROI and compliance with all laws, regulations and contracts
  •   FRV is managing the assets under a state-of-the-art monitoring system
  •   24h supervision worldwide

Scope of works: studied to ensure fulfillment of all company obligations

Fernando Salinas

Country Manager at Central America Region, FRV

Collectively, we have a target to generate an important project pipeline that could help us achieving our company goals in the region.

Scott Mackin

Managing Partner and Co-President, Denham Capital

Denham Capital has been proud to partner with the team at FRV for nearly three years in this very successful investment. Rafael, José and their colleagues have captured a leading position in key emerging markets where solar undercuts the marginal cost of electricity.

Gianfranco Carassale

Lead Investment Officer, Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC)

They are known for their expertise in solar technology as well as for their deep knowledge of the process, the financial structure and the energy market as a whole. This enables them to be extremely competitive. This way they reach efficiency and maximize profits, developing economically viable projects even at very tight and ambitious price targets.

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