Aldo Beolchini

NextEnergy Capital
Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer
Aldo Beolchini
Aldo is Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of the NextEnergy Capital Group. In this role, Aldo is responsible for the implementation of the investment strategy of the various listed and private equity funds managed by NextEnergy, ensuring the consistency and diligence of the investment approach across all strategies. He contributes extensive experience acquired during 20 years in renewable energy and corporate finance. Aldo joined NextEnergy Capital as Chief Financial Officer in February 2008 and developed the Firm’s extensive experience in designing and executing innovative finance transactions. His role enhances NextEnergy Capital’s global relationship with leading lenders and investors in the renewable energy sector. Prior to NextEnergy, he spent almost ten years at Morgan Stanley, lastly as Vice President in the London Investment Banking Department, where he held various financing and capital markets-related roles and closed several principal and structured finance transactions and M&A deals. Aldo holds a master’s degree in Business and Economics from the Luiss University of Rome (1998) and prior to his banking career was an officer within the Academy of Guardia di Finanza in Italy. He is also a director of WiseEnergy International Limited and Trustee of the NextEnergy Foundation.
24 Nov 2020
 - 12:00 CET

This panel will see some of Europe’s biggest solar players to outline a path for the future of the solar industry. We will debate how the industry is maturing, what it will need to get to the next stage of its evolution and why 2021 will be a pivotal year in the industry’s growth. Other topics will include policy, M&A, changing developer business models and evolving revenue streams as solar moves into more homes and businesses.

  • 2020 auctions and policy – what does the private sector need from European governments now?
  • Towards larger projects and more sophisticated design – what did 2020 show us about European PV?
  • What might a future developer look like?