WINNING BUSINESS IN THE EU SOLAR RENAISSANCE

A green renaissance powered by solar, storage and hydrogen

Virtual | 24-26 November

Confirmed Speakers

State Secretary for Energy
Portugal
Senior Policy Adviser
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (UK)
Managing Director H2 Projects
SMARTENERGY
CEO of Europe and International
Lightsource bp
NextEnergy Capital
Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer
Partner
Greencoat Capital

Who Will Connect With

THE EUROPEAN SOLAR PIPELINE SITS AT 24 GW FOR 2020 DEPLOYMENT: ARE YOU READY TO GRAB A SLICE OF THE ACTION?

  • Delivering on 2019 Tenders
    With 2019 tenders reaching new lows, we will analyse the project economics which will enable them to be built
  • Attractive markets
    Get the latest updates on Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Turkey and see how markets are developing in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe
  • Why CAPEX is only one figure to keep an eye on
    See how developers are shifting project economics and focusing more on the lifetime costs, than up front
  • Merchant projects in Europe
    Hear success stories from countries like Spain and see how companies are dealing with merchant risks
  • The depth of the C&I market in Europe.
    See how commercial and industrial offtakers are approaching solar, and storage and understand how to tap into these deals
  • Solar+Storage
    Find out how successful deals came together and how developers raised capital and selected equipment
  • Digitisation
    How are companies really applying digital technologies to their businesses and what are the real life benefits of increasing digitisation of the market?
  • Changing Contracts
    How is the humble PPA evolving? Is the move towards standardisation and open solar contracts for O&M and supply a help? How will companies deal with increasing complexity from co-located solar+storage projects or changing energy buyer approaches to procurement?

The outlook for key solar markets in Europe: 
News & Analysis

We’ve pulled together some of the top stories and analysis for you in the key solar markets in Europe:

PORTUGAL | SPAIN | FRANCE | ITALY | UK | GERMANY | NETHERLANDS | GREECE | REST OF EUROPE

2020 Key Themes

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Relive the 2019 Event

The 6th annual Large Scale Solar Europe was the largest yet, welcoming over 270 energy professionals to Lisbon, Portugal. 

Unbound by government subsidies and deadlines, we had an insightful two days of collaboration and innovation as we looked at how PV development is evolving.

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What 2019 Participants Had to Say

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News & Blogs

Polish coal giant doubles down on 2.5GW solar push despite business retrenchment

Polish coal giant doubles down on 2.5GW solar push despite business retrenchment

Country’s largest utility PGE says non-core areas will go due to the COVID-19 crisis but excludes PV and wind ambitions from the cull, a green energy thumbs-up by a hard-coal and lignite stalwart.
Spanish solar back in play as temporary construction freeze is lifted

Spanish solar back in play as temporary construction freeze is lifted

Players including Iberdrola resume energy project building after country opts not to prolong 10-day construction shutdown, while EPC Solarpack walks PV Tech through its response so far.
COVID-19 and European solar: Enel and Solarcentury on what comes next

COVID-19 and European solar: Enel and Solarcentury on what comes next

SolarPower Europe webinar opens a window into how some of the continent’s top PV developers have grappled with the crisis and their optimism around solar’s future.
Red-tape trim and energy communities: Italian solar’s recipe for COVID-19 recovery

Red-tape trim and energy communities: Italian solar’s recipe for COVID-19 recovery

Help with permitting, payment delays and power dispatching could allow solar to assist in turn with national economic comeback, association Italia Solare says as survey flags industry impacts.
European solar fears power price plunge may dampen subsidy-free prospects

European solar fears power price plunge may dampen subsidy-free prospects

Year-on-year price drops seen as lockdowns bring Spain and Italy to a halt could see investors tighten conditions for support to zero-subsidy plays, SolarPower Europe webinar hears.