28 - 29 March 2023

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Winning Business In a New Era Of
European Solar

28 - 29 March 2023

Large Scale Solar Europe

In March 2022, Large Scale Solar retuned for its 10th sell-out year in Lisbon. It was great to gather together face-to-face with the European solar industry as we provided a unique and exclusive access to a powerful selection of the market’s key stakeholders. Join our elite summit in 2023 to find out how the market is maturing, which new markets are becoming more exciting, how technology is evolving and who’s driving the market forward into the 2020s. Always packed with senior developers, EPCs, utilities and investors this is the event for companies serious about European solar PV.

Our 2022 Sponsors

2022 Speakers Included

Deputy Minister and Secretary of State for Energy
Ministry of Environment and Climate Action, Portugal
Global Head of Asset Management
Sonnedix
Country Head, Portugal
Lightsource bp
Head of Iberia
Aurora Energy Research Ltd
Managing Director
Sun'Agri

2022 Key Themes

Agrivoltaics
Technological Innovation
Colocation
Biodiversity and Regeneration
Grid Congestion and Deployment

Agrivoltaics

Technological Innovation

Colocation

Biodiversity and Regeneration

Grid Congestion and Deployment

Heightened Headwinds
Policy and Regulatory Environment
Floating Solar
Green Hydrogen
PPA’s

Heightened Headwinds

Policy and Regulatory Environment

Floating Solar

Green Hydrogen

PPA's

Large Scale Solar Europe 2022 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: 

  • 2022 Agenda
  • 2022 Themes 
  • Sponsorship Opportunities 
  • Who attended 2021
  • How to get involved

Companies That Attended in 2022

Who You Will Connect With

Our Fantastic 2022 Sponsors

News & Blogs

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.
Late last year AES Corporation unveiled the Atlas, an automated solar deployment robot the company claimed to be a first of its kind. Here, AES gives PV Tech the full story of its development.
Ahead of the release of the European Commission’s much-anticipated Solar Strategy, PV Tech speaks to numerous industry stakeholders to determine just what Europe’s PV sector needs to fulfil its potential.
Solar farms can help reverse Britain’s declining wildlife through animal habitat enhancements, a new report from Solar Energy UK has detailed.
Connection charges for generation - including solar PV - are to be reduced, with energy regulator Ofgem having published its final decision in the Access and Forward-Looking Charges Significant Code Review (SCR).
In its first steps into the market, Anesco has acquired German renewables firm Aeos Energy and launched its Anesco Germany subsidiary.
Australian utility Origin Energy has acquired a large-scale solar farm development project co-developed by Reach Solar Energy and PwC Australia in New South Wales, Australia.