Global Solar Finance & Investment: Emerging PV Markets

This event will connect developers and financiers to find out how to work in new emerging PV markets.


19 - 20 June 2017

London, UK - Grange City Hotel

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Has the low-hanging solar fruit gone? Where will the biggest primary markets be in 2017 and 2018? This event will connect developers and financiers to find out how to work in new emerging PV markets.

Key topics for debate:

• Identifying and evaluating political risk by region
• See which governments or states are adopting the right frameworks
• Discover which markets are overheated and which are still hot
• What are the common traits of successful projects?
• What capital is being invested into these markets and which regions is it coming from?
• How to find new partners in new countries
• Cost of capital review – what are financiers building into their models and how does this change by country?
• How is the value proposition from the investment community changing?
• Policy round-up – where are the strongest frameworks for solar PV and where might your political risk increase?
• Energy pricing update – how high are prices currently and what can each market absorb?
• Fundraising case studies – how did companies demonstrate long term value?



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PHOENIX

PHOENIX

Releasing potential - this has always been one of the forces driving us at Phoenix Solar: From the company’s beginnings as a solar initiative in Germany in 1999, we have played a major role in ensuring that photovoltaics becomes increasingly competitive and in accelerating its broad-based introduction into markets all over the world. Phoenix Solar AG, which has its headquarters in Sulzemoos near Munich, is an internationally active photovoltaic system integrator. The Group develops, plans, builds and operates large-scale photovoltaic plants. As an EPC contractor specializing in the design and execution of solar power plants, Phoenix Solar places special emphasis on the “on-time and on-budget” construction and delivery of solar power plants, optimized to deliver superior output. The Group focuses on the consistent lowering of system costs for the benefit of those who invest in and operate large and small photovoltaic installations. With subsidiaries all over the world, the Group's employees are committed to making photovoltaics more competitive and accelerating the process of broad-scale introduction into markets across the globe.

PHOENIX

Supporting Sponsors

RECOM

RECOM

Established in 2007, RECOM has marked a fast and steady growth from a PV module manufacturer to an IPP. RECOM’s business philosophy is focusing on promoting cost-efficient, reliable, environmentally friendly solutions and state-of-the-art production of PV modules in Europe and Asia.

With secured financial stability, proven track record in projects worldwide and strategic, long-term partnerships with developers, investors and financing institutions, RECOM aims at creating value, acting with integrity and credibility. RECOM team is a group of experts and innovators who instils the company’s vision – empowering the global population to go solar and switching to cleaner, safer and affordable energy.  

RECOM

Partners

A.E.A

A.E.A

Alternative Energy Africa (AEA) is the continent’s first magazine dedicated to filling the energy information gap in Africa. AEA provides its readers updates on private sector projects, government initiatives, business and investment news and strategies for a thriving alternative/renewable energy market on the African continent. All of this in addition to global project news and groundbreaking technology coverage. To complement the magazine, www.AE-Africa.com offers the latest updates between issues making AEA online and print “the premiere source” of alternative and renewable energy news covering the African continent.

A.E.A
ALER

ALER

ALER intends to create a favourable environment for developing renewable energies within the private sector and to promote business opportunities in this sector. By supporting non-profit entities and creating a section for small scale projects, ALER stimulates the sector for the development of cooperation, encouraging the universal access to energy and increasing social benefits of renewable energies.ALER is a privileged spot for information exchange between its Members and between them and external entities, namely governmental bodies, for institutional qualification and for the creation of a favourable regulatory framework. ALER aggregates common interests and works as a representative within governmental bodies and international institutions, representing the common voice of renewable energies in Portuguese-speaking countries.

ALER
BPVA

BPVA

The British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) is the National Trade Association of the UK solar photovoltaic industry. The BPVA is a strong political and commercial organisation. As an influential and trusted voice of the industry, we have made a significant contribution to the emergence of the UK’s solar PV industry in recent years, which is now one of the largest solar markets in the world by installed capacity.  Our mission is: “To ensure that solar photovoltaic energy is established as the leading renewable energy source in the UK and to promote UK solar internationally”.  We promote solar PV and assist our members in the development of their businesses at home and abroad. We recognise the importance of energy storage and electric vehicle (EV) charging technologies for solar PV. Through a number of innovative programmes, we are actively engaged in developing sustainable business models connecting solar PV, energy storage and EV charging technologies.  The BPVA is working hard to make solar PV a mainstream and significant energy source by expanding markets, removing market barriers, strengthening the industry and educating the public on the benefits of solar energy.

BPVA
ENERGYTREND

ENERGYTREND

EnergyTrend, solar energy division of TrendForce, was established in 2010. EnergyTrend covers multiple green energy research sectors including solar energy, consumer/power lithium batteries, and electric cars. Our photovoltaic market intelligence services include solar price updates, market trend reports, and comprehensive analysis of subsidy policies around the globe that lead to precise market installation demand forecasts. Battery market research includes lithium battery manufacturers' shipment figures and quarterly prices as well as the latest trends in the battery industry.  

ENERGYTREND
ENF

ENF

ENF is a fast-growing renewable energy information company. Our company has the world’s most popular website for information about companies in the photovoltaic industry. We have two value-added core activities: industry directory – providing a PV company database with more than 32,500 PV companies; product directory – providing a PV product database with more than 43,200 PV products, including solar panels, inverters, mounting systems, cells, EVA and back sheet. All these make ENF a true PV industry resource, with each service expanding in as many as 8 languages.

ENF
MESIA

MESIA

The Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. Its mission is to expand the use of solar power in the Middle East, to strengthen the local solar industry, and to facilitate business opportunities for its members. MESIA aims to create a solar community in the Middle East and to provide networking opportunities for Middle East solar professionals through briefings and conferences, and actively participating in national and international tradeshows.

MESIA
R.I.A

R.I.A

Launched in September 2016 by Tony Tiyou, Renewables in Africa is an expert blog that addresses the renewable energy industry in Africa. The ambition is to raise the technical awareness about the various renewable energy sources on the African continent and share the information. As much as helping businesses primarily, it is also about getting the civil society understanding what they need, what they buy and to some extent, how to better use this energy.

R.I.A
STA

STA

Since 1978, the Solar Trade Association (STA) has worked to promote the benefits of solar energy and to make its adoption easy and profitable for domestic and commercial users. A not-for-profit association, we are funded entirely by our membership, which includes installers, manufacturers, distributors, large scale developers, investors and law firms.

STA
THE CLIMATE GROUP

THE CLIMATE GROUP

The Climate Group works internationally with leading businesses, states and regions to deliver a world of net zero greenhouse gas emissions and greater prosperity for all. We are at the forefront of ambitious climate action. Our focus is on collaborative programs that deliver impact on a global scale. The Climate Group stimulates action by businesses, states and regions, bringing them together to develop and implement the policies that make change happen. We also communicate their achievements to secure global public acceptance of, and even greater ambition for, a prosperous, net-zero future for all. The Climate Group is an international non-profit with offices in Beijing, London, New Delhi and New York.  

THE CLIMATE GROUP
UKSIF

UKSIF

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UKSIF
UK ASEAN

UK ASEAN

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UK ASEAN

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