As the first subsidy free solar projects begin to appear, Solar Media is preparing to mark the dawn of a new era of subsidy free business for Europe and with nearly 4GW of large scale solar in the UK’s pipeline alone, the time for subsidy free solar has arrived.

  • Markets – where are the likely markets for the next post subsidy projects to take off?
  • Equipment – what’s “under the bonnet” of post subsidy projects and how is technology supporting a downward cost-curve?
  • How can developers avoid a dilemma that puts cost over quality?
  • Energy pricing – forecast and actual across European markets and how to assess what these mean for your projects?
  • Execution – where are developers bringing cost down, how they are negotiating with suppliers?
  • Finance – who’s funding pipeline and what returns on investment are they expecting in this new era?
  • Grid – how to maximise a grid connection with solar and storage as a discussion around ancillary services you can provide
  • How can you increase the value of solar projects rather than just cutting costs?
  • MIP – what next and what impact could other trade cases have on supply and cost of equipment

Where the whole market will be doing business

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News & Blogs

TIU Canada: Ukraine’s FiT-to-auction shift heralds PV golden era

CEO Michael Yurkovich walks PV Tech through the factors that will hasten or hinder subsidy-free success in the former Soviet republic, seen as a market-to-watch.

UK duo strike deal for ‘dynamic management’ of 19.5MW battery asset

Renewable energy and energy storage project developer Anesco has handed aggregator Flexitricity the keys to 19.5MW of battery assets, with the latter set to earn revenues from four different ‘streams’.

BEIS rubber stamps renewables’ participation in Capacity Market

The government has formally approved renewables’ participation in future Capacity Market auctions, and unsubsidised projects could compete as early as next year.

Voltalia kickstarts French corporate PPA scene with 5MW deal

Developer signs 25-year agreement with retailer Boulanger Group for first 5MW of solar PV, with plans to add further renewable plants in the future.

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