Welcome to Large Scale Solar Europe

As the first subsidy free solar projects begin to appear, Solar Media is preparing to mark the dawn of a new era of subsidy free business for Europe and with nearly 4GW of large scale solar in the UK’s pipeline alone, the time for subsidy free solar has arrived.

  • Markets – where are the likely markets for the next post subsidy projects to take off?
  • Equipment – what’s “under the bonnet” of post subsidy projects and how is technology supporting a downward cost-curve?
  • How can developers avoid a dilemma that puts cost over quality?
  • Energy pricing – forecast and actual across European markets and how to assess what these mean for your projects?
  • Execution – where are developers bringing cost down, how they are negotiating with suppliers?
  • Finance – who’s funding pipeline and what returns on investment are they expecting in this new era?
  • Grid – how to maximise a grid connection with solar and storage as a discussion around ancillary services you can provide
  • How can you increase the value of solar projects rather than just cutting costs?
  • MIP – what next and what impact could other trade cases have on supply and cost of equipment

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News & Blogs

Landfill sites in England will convert to clean energy money-spinners

A local authority in England has unveiled two landmark solar-plus-storage projects on existing landfill sites which aim to be the first of their kind in the UK.

Major proposed UK solar-plus-storage project revises scale upwards

Plans for Little Crow Solar Farm in the UK have edged closer this week on the back of developer INRG revising upwards the site’s planned capacity.

Public to private: Does the latest subsidy-free solar farm offer a bridge to future deployment?

West Sussex County Council recently followed up Anesco’s completion of the UK’s first subsidy-free solar farm in September last year with its own, deploying 7.4MW alongside a battery to make the project viable. While some have argued the project offers little in discussions of the future solar landscape in the UK, local authority projects are being completed now and could bridge the gap in deployment until private investors get moving.

ROUND-UP: Huawei enabling subsidy-free Spain, Conti’s tricky landfill site, EBRD Albania funds

Conti Solar completes EPC work on complex landfill site, Huawei’s role in post-subsidy Spain and the EBRD seeds energy efficiency gains in Albania including residential solar.

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