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WINNING BUSINESS IN THE EU SOLAR RENAISSANCE

Lisbon, Portugal | 31 March - 1 April 2020

2020 Sponsors

JOao Glamba

João Galamba

Secretary of State for Energy

Portuguese Government

KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCED!

João Saldanha de Azevedo Galamba holds a degree in Economics, took the doctoral program towards his Ph.D. in Political Science at the London School of Economics and taught Political Philosophy.


He worked at Banco Santander de Negócios, at DiamondCluster International, at the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union and at the Integrated Continuing Care Mission Unit.


He’s now member of the Portuguese Parliament since 2009, being a member of the XI, XII and XIII Legislatures.

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

Who Will You Meet?

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

Solarcentury taps Prodiel to build 500MW subsidy-free PV duo in Spain

Solarcentury taps Prodiel to build 500MW subsidy-free PV duo in Spain

Seville-headquartered EPC contractor is already working to deliver 300MW Talayuela project in Extremadura and 200MW Cabrera in Andalusia.
Prices fall below 4-cent-per-kWh mark at German solar auction

Prices fall below 4-cent-per-kWh mark at German solar auction

E.ON and EnBW among winners of country’s first PV tender of the decade, which produced bids five times the auction size and tariffs of €0.0355/kWh.
Oil and gas major Galp eyes 10GW clean energy portfolio by 2030

Oil and gas major Galp eyes 10GW clean energy portfolio by 2030

Recent buyer of 2.9GW solar portfolio in Spain means to go further with plans to allocate up to 15% of investments in renewables in Iberia and other markets.
Solar top money-maker for Neoen as LatAm project wrap-ups loom

Solar top money-maker for Neoen as LatAm project wrap-ups loom

Revenues from firm’s solar assets overtook wind’s in 2019 and accounted for nearly half of full-year turnover, with large projects in Mexico, Argentina and others set to go live in 2020.
Greece’s ‘largest solar project’ to date changes hands to oil major

Greece’s ‘largest solar project’ to date changes hands to oil major

Germany’s juwi walks PV Tech through timetable and PPA details for 204.3MWp plant it has now sold to Hellenic Petroleum, a deal ministers say heralds new renewable era in Greece.