14 March 2019 /// Madrid
14 March 2019 /// Madrid
Spain, once the global frontrunner in solar energy, experienced a major setback in 2013 when the government retroactively eliminated the feed-in-tariffs that allowed that initial solar boom to reach records levels. For the next 5 years, solar energy in Spain had essentially been dormant with an unsupportive government. However, with the advent of solar market parity, the Spanish dragon has awoken. With a target of 35% of renewable penetration by 2030 and a multi-GW target, the sun is again shining bright on Spain.
300+ high-level attendees from developers and investors to manufacturers and consultants
Explore and witness the resurgence Europe’s sunniest and first pioneer market: Spain
Meet the right people with the right tools: Networking 2.0
On the 5th of October of 2018, the Spanish government passed a landmark and historic decree (Real Decreto-ley 15/2018) that eliminated the notorious "sun tax" and paved the way for self-consumption. Self-consumption has sparked a lot of interest not only in the industry but among the broader media as well. Is self-consumption a game-changer or just a nibble in the market? What does this mean for all industry stakeholders? Join this webinar to learn:
Just how big is the self-consumption market?
ROIs for investors and main considerations for the private sector.
A pioneering view and the experience of 1500 installations by Holaluz.
A review of the latest regulations and incentives.
|XAVIER CUGAT /// RESPONSIBLE PV INSTALLATIONS - HOLALUZ|
|Xavier Cugat is leading Holaluz's self-consumption projects. He has 7 years of experience with PV and 13 with renewables. Project Manager. Service Manager. General Manager. Engineering of power electronics. Technical audits in PV plants. International focused: Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, UK, USA, Latin America (Chile, Argentina, Brasil, Mexico, Ecuador).|
RESPONSIBLE PV INSTALLATIONS /// HOLALUZ
|ROBERTO PARDAL /// SENIOR ENERGY ADVISOR - OUR NEW ENERGY|
|Roberto Pardal is a Certified Energy Manager by the Association of Energy Engineers. He is currently an Energy Advisor at Our New Energy and Jotta Quattro Advisors, a professor at Fenié Energía, Quality Director at GEVINSA and CEO of E3 Ingenia.|
SENIOR ENERGY ADVISOR /// OUR NEW ENERGY
|FERNANDO ROMERO /// GENERAL MANAGER - EDF SOLAR|
|Fernando Romero is EDF Solar's General Manager. EDF Solar is Spain's leading company for industrial self-consumption projects.|
GENERAL MANAGER /// EDF SOLAR
The international 1-day event will involve 300+ high-level decision makers from around the world.
Several opportunities are available to build and promote your brand to a diverse, yet focused group of high level international and local stakeholders including investors, financiers, project developers, EPC’s IPP’s and manufacturers.
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In the coming years, solar will become cost-competitive with conventional technologies and reach the mythical market parity. This will open the doors for a solar (r)evolution. What will be the new business models?
Solar Market Parity Spain will involve 300+ high-level decision makers from around the world. Secure your conference ticket and explore and witness the resurgence of the Spanish PV sector!
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