Upcoming featured events
The combination of renewable generation and energy storage has been widely heralded as the future of the energy system. The Solar Trade Association, RenewableUK and the Electricity Storage Network are bringing together experts from their respective industries to share knowledge on the practicalities and opportunities of building renewable-linked storage projects. This first masterclass will focus on the large-scale: with financiers, lawyers, developers and EPCs from a range of backgrounds sharing their expertise to help you develop your own propositions further. The event will be followed by a drinks reception to enable professionals from the three industries to connect.
This two day event brings together high level decision makers from the Department of Communication Energy and Natural Resources, the Commission for Energy Regulation, ESB Networks, EirGrid and developers, installers and financiers to provide updates, incite discussion and release bottlenecks to accelerate sustainable deployment of solar PV across the Republic of Ireland.
SolarPower Europe and the Solar Trade Association are running a joint conference in London on the 6th December aimed at raising standards in O&M. With the rapid growth in UK utility scale assets approaching 8GW, including commercial rooftop, there is a proportional growth in the number of O&M providers entering the market both in the UK and across Europe. To meet these challenges, SolarPower Europe launched their ‘O&M Best Practices Guidelines’ through their task force, and the STA has set up a working group with the objective of raising standards across the sector.
This 3-day conference, now in its 4th year is the only solar finance event focusing on European assets. Join large solar asset owners and major investors across Europe as they discus: •Primary and secondary markets •How to attract capital in a mature market • Who owns European solar assets and how can you manage them? •Who is buying and who is selling Europe's 100GW of operational solar? •What does a European developer need to know in emerging markets in order to be competitive?
Over 300 industry professionals attended the inaugural Energy Storage Summit in March 2016 – and the 2017 edition is set to be even bigger and better. The focus of the Energy Storage Summit will be to attract energy buyers as well as potential investors of projects and technology. Business models across different market segments, technology innovation, case studies and industry stakeholder strategies will also be covered over the two days.
The Clean Energy Summit is the catalyst to delivering the 2030 UK low carbon targets and achieving the plans laid out in the 5th carbon budget. Large energy users are actively decarbonising electricity and supply chains with 100% renewable initiatives, cross sector engagement and smart investments that are redefining profitability models. From offsite PPAs, to utilising your workforce, the Clean Energy Summit will detail all you need to know about today’s cleaner business models. With more clean energy capacity than ever before, it is time for your business to obtain sustainable growth with low carbon returns.