26 - 27 March 2024
Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal


Winning Business In a New Era Of
European Solar

Large Scale Solar Europe

In March 2024, Large Scale Solar Europe will return for its 12th year in Lisbon. Always senior and packed with the industry’s leading IPPs and developers, this conference is always the meeting place for leading decision makers in the European solar industry. 

Join us to find out how the market is developing and will expand to help meet renewables targets across Europe. With 95% of former attendees making the connections they wanted, we can ensure that you will be able to make beneficial connections for your business. 

Thank You to Our 2023 Speakers

Managing Director for Hydrogen
Chief Procurement Officer
Aquila Capital
Director of Environmental and Social Planning
Lightsource bp
Ampyr Solar Europe

What We Addressed

Technological Innovation
Biodiversity and Regeneration
Grid Congestion and Deployment


Technological Innovation


Inflation and Interest Rate Rises

Grid Congestion and Deployment

Heightened Headwinds
Policy and Regulatory Environment
Green Hydrogen

Supply Chain

Policy and Regulatory Environment

Green Hydrogen


Our 2023 Sponsors

2023 Post Show Report

Download our Large Scale Solar Europe Summit 2023 Post Show Report to learn more about: 

  • What Our Attendees Thought
  • 2023 Speakers
  • Key 2023 Themes
  • Key Sessions
  • Which Companies Attended
  • Which Job Titles Attended

A Glimpse At Our Previous Attendees

Large Scale Solar Attendees

Who You Will Connect With

Thank You to Our Previous Sponsors

News & Blogs

China’s solar exports have continued to grow as demand from global consumers and developers increased, while its dominance in PV manufacturing will likely continue, according to Wood Mackenzie’s recent study.
The cumulative capacity of installed and commissioned PV increased by more than 25% last year, and reached about 1.2TW by the end of 2022.
Panellists during last month’s Large Scale Solar Europe event, hosted by PV Tech publisher Solar Media in Lisbon, discussed the issue of grid modernisation in Europe and how it affects the growth of solar PV across several European Union members.
If Portugal wants to bring forward its target to have 9GW of installed capacity by 2026 rather than the end of the decade, it will need to solve one of its main barriers it faces at the moment: permitting issues.
Fixed DC-coupled architecture for solar-plus-storage is slowly becoming an industry standard for hybrid resources projects with greater benefits.
Solar developer Lightsource bp has entered the German solar PV market and is aiming to develop between 300-400MW per year by 2030.
Spanish developer Grenergy has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement with chemical company LyondellBasell for a 259MW solar PV plant in Spain.
Independent producer of PV renewable energy Reden has inked a deal with financial institutions, including the European Investment Bank (EIB), Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank Milan branch and Natixis Corporate and Investment Banking, to fund a solar portfolio in Italy.