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Tuesday 22nd January,
12 pm CET
1 hour webinar

UPCOMING WEBINAR
Solar cannibalisation in Spain and other market parity countries

MANUEL CABRERIZO /// PARTNER - VOLTIQ
Manuel Cabrerizo has more than 20 years international experience in structured finance and investment banking gained with Voltiq and WestLB, globally. During that time he has closed more than 50 financings across sectors and jurisdictions. At Voltiq, he has been particularly active in structuring renewable energy transactions in Spain, Italy, Brazil, Chile and Panamá. He's been involved in landmark transactions such as the project financing of the 146 MWp Laberinto project in Chile's Atacama desert, closed in the summer of 2015.
MANUEL CABRERIZO
PARTNER /// VOLTIQ
KIM KEATS /// DIRECTOR - EKON
Mr Kim Keats is a Director at EKON (www.ekonsc.com). Kim started his career in economic consulting at London Economics in 1995 and joined the new London office of ICF International in 2000. Joined IPA Energy + Water Economics in 2007 developing and leading the transaction team based in London until the end of 2014 when he relocated full time to Madrid. Set up the market advisory team at K4K (www.k4kadvisory.com) and linked up EKON as Director for modelling. His primary focus on the preparation of market studies to support and inform financing, refinancing, IPOs and M&A of power, fuel and water desalination projects in Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Asia and the Americas covering both conventional and renewable generation technologies on behalf of major international project developers, financiers and fuel suppliers. Over the past 17 years, Kim has supported the successful completion of 47GW and 471MIGD of capacity with a transaction value of more than USD32 billion. He has worked in Spain since 1998 advising on a variety of thermal and renewables projects and for different clients.
KIM KEATS
DIRECTOR /// EKON
  • What is cannibalisation and why does it matter?

  • Why is solar energy more vulnerable than other technologies?

  • How can solar still thrive in a cannibalised environment?

  • The impact for investors in their subsidy-free assets.

  • Prospects for solar cannibalisation in Spain with the expected growth of solar.

  • What does this mean for developers looking for PPAs or merchant plants?

  • Outlook for Spanish prices and financing opportunities.