1-2 February 2023 | Leonardo Royal Hotel Tower Bridge, London UK    #SFIEurope


Returning for its 10th Year

Connecting Project developers & Capital

2023 Sponsors:

2022 changed everything for the energy industry. The geopolitics of energy security flew to the top of government agendas and gas drove power prices to new levels. This was set against a backdrop of rising commodity prices and supply chain challenges which had a real impact on how project economics were modelled and how quickly projects could come together.

Yet, despite these headwinds, the solar industry proved – once again – how resilient it is.

The 2022 edition of Solar Finance & Investment brought investors and lenders together from across the continent to share success stories, best practice, win new business and return to in-person networking.

The 2023 edition, our 10th anniversary edition will bring together the largest pool of capital and projects together. Reserve your space now to avoid disappointment.

What To Expect for 2023

400+ Attendees 

90+ World-Class Speakers

70% Developers & Investors 

30+ Countries Represented

30+ Insightful Presentations

Topics To Address

How can Investors Stay Ahead of Technological Advances?

Evolving PPA/ Merchant Market Options

Responses to Ongoing Grid Constraints 

How are Project Sponsors Dealing with Supply Chain Challenges?

The Impact on Project Economics of Operating in an Inflationary Environment

Which Countries are the Most Attractive in 2023 for Investors?

Thank You To Our Speakers

Head of Solar
EDF Renewables UK
Lightsource bp
Managing Partner & CIO
NextEnergy Capital
Executive Director

2022 Post Show Report

Download the Solar Finance Investment Europe Post Show Report to learn more about: 

  • Event Themes
  • Sponsorship Opportunities 
  • What Our Attendees Think 
  • 2022 Attendee Snapshot 
  • The Companies Who Attend 
  • How To Get Involved

What Our Attendees Thought

Attendee Breakdown

28% Director / President / Vice-President

17% C-Level / Founder / Board Member

20% Bus. Dev / Sales / Marketing

29% Head of / Senior / Partner

6% Technical

2022 Event Photo Gallery

Who Joined Us Last Year

Thanks To Our 2023 Sponsors & Partners

News from Solar Media Portals

Despite a surge in activity, grid connections remain a key barrier to the development of solar projects in the Republic of Ireland.
The scale of Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project's (NSIP) can help to counterbalance many of the challenges solar project developments face currently, including those around grid connection, said speakers at Solar Media's Solar Finance and Investment Europe conference.
Scatec’s posted an improved first-quarter financial performance after closing its acquisition of hydropower developer SN Power in January and completing solar projects in South Africa and Ukraine.
Danish solar company Better Energy is expecting to improve its financial performance this year thanks in part to its transition from a project developer to an independent power producer (IPP).
Independent power producer Opdenergy has mandated BBVA as the underwriting entity for financing the development and construction of its 725MWp backlog of solar projects in Spain.
Amazon has announced plans for nine new utility-scale solar and wind projects in the US, Canada, Spain, Sweden and the UK, putting it on track to powering all its activities with renewables by 2025.
Spanish energy company Acciona has secured shareholder approval for an initial public offering (IPO) of its renewables division, providing a boost for the firm’s plans to reach 6GW of installed PV by 2025.
Spanish independent power producer Opdenergy is preparing to launch an initial public offering to help fund the development of 3.7GW of renewables projects across Europe and the Americas.