21 - 22 March 2023, Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal

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Winning Business In a New Era Of
European Solar

Our 2023 Sponsors

Large Scale Solar Europe

In March 2023, Large Scale Solar Europe will return for its 11th 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. 

Secure your ticket before the price increase on Friday, 3 February!

Our Speakers

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

2023 Key Themes

Agrivoltaics
Technological Innovation
Colocation
Biodiversity and Regeneration
Grid Congestion and Deployment

Agrivoltaics

Technological Innovation

Colocation

Inflation and Interest Rate Rises

Grid Congestion and Deployment

Heightened Headwinds
Policy and Regulatory Environment
Green Hydrogen
PPA’s

Supply Chain

Policy and Regulatory Environment

Green Hydrogen

PPA's

Large Scale Solar Europe 2023 Brochure

To get the best idea of what our event will look like, take a few minutes to read over our in-depth event brochure. 

Download the brochure and discover: 

  • Who Attended Previous Years
  • 2023 Themes & Speakers
  • Our Mission
  • Sponsorship Opportunities 
  • What Our Attendees Thought
  • How to get involved

Companies That Attended in 2022

Who You Will Connect With

Our 2023 Sponsors

News & Blogs

Global renewable company Low Carbon is set to develop a combined solar capacity of over 75MW across three sites after securing financing from NatWest, Lloyds Bank and AIB.
Despite leadership changes, the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is still intending to review land use categories with regards to solar development, it has confirmed.
German renewables developer Pure New Energy (PNE) intends to scale up to an 8GW solar PV pipeline in the next five years.
With Ireland forecasted to reach its 80% renewable target by 2030, Cornwall Insight has confirmed that the increase in renewable technologies and generation will help lower winter energy prices below the pre-2021 historical average from 2027 onwards.
Banking firm AIB has signed a corporate power purchase agreement (CPPA) with NTR to source energy from two solar farms set to be constructed in County Wexford, Ireland.
“I find it extraordinary that we are talking about banning solar on farmlands, but we are talking about putting oil drills on farmlands – it is an industrialised process,” said Simon Maine, managing director, corporate communications at investment firm Brookfield Asset Management.
Solar Energy UK has developed a standardised methodology for monitoring biodiversity on solar farms, to help provide a better assessment of changes and aid ecological management.
Two of EDF Renewables UK's consented 49.9MW solar PV projects are now at the site preparation and construction phase, having been added to its portfolio last year.