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The 2019 programme was designed to enable business deals to happen. Attendees discussed:

  • How subsidy free projects were being funded and developed across Spain, UK, Portugal and Italy and how the market might grow moving forward
  • What Oil & Gas companies and utilities are planning in the clean energy finance space and what to expect in terms of M&A activity and new build
  • Pricing after MIP and the impact on project economics
  • How developers were making subsidy free projects work through numerous case studies
  • The state of the secondary market and refinancing deal flow

In attendance in 2019 were:

  • All the top European asset owners looking to expand their portfolios, maximise ROI and invest abroad
  • All the top European developers active in the subsidy-free space
  • All the top banks and lenders leading refinancing deals and project finance on subsidy-free projects
  • All the top O&G company and utilities keen to acquire cleantech companies and to refine their green strategy
  • All the top EPCs who are set to build the new GWs of solar in Europe

Who attends?

Over 200 delegates from 125 companies and 24 countries joined in 2019. To benefit early from 2020 event marketing, contact Paul Collinson now to enquire about 2020 sponsorship and exhibition opportunities. 

2019 Sponsors & Partners

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News & Resources

Financing and asset sophistication the last hurdles to subsidy-free solar

Financing is the last obstacle to more widespread subsidy-free developments throughout Europe as merchant risk remains problematic to debt providers, industry experts have concluded.

Standardisation a ‘long way off’ from solving the ‘gulf’ in corporate PPA understanding

The corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) market is currently struggling from a “large gulf” in understanding that standardisation could solve, but the industry is still a “long way off” from introducing them.

Pan-European secondary solar market set for ‘exciting times’ as growth, O&G interest set to continue

The continued growth of the secondary solar market on a pan-European scale will result in “exciting times” for the sector, but big utilities are unlikely to stay on the sidelines.

Pan-European secondary solar market set for ‘exciting times’ as growth, O&G interest set to continue

The continued growth of the secondary solar market on a pan-European scale will result in “exciting times” for the sector, but big utilities are unlikely to stay on the sidelines.

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