After the 2019 premiere, Intersolar Summit Spain 2021 took place as an online event from April 21–22, 2021 and was jointly organized by Intersolar, SolarPower Europe and the Spanish Solar Association UNEF. The Summit focused on the role which corporate sourcing, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), RES auctions, grid access regulatory framework, and self-consumption will play in this process, and which obstacles still have to be overcome.
Intersolar has teamed up with SolarPower Europe and Spanish Solar Association UNEF to shed light on Europe's new solar boom market – Spain. Intersolar Summit Spain took place in Barcelona on June 18, 2019. The event focused on the PV market development in Spain, the chances of the announced grid parity, corporate sourcing models, regulation and policy issues. Intersolar Summit Spain brought together 200 key stakeholders in this market, which is being driven by auctions and increasingly by subsidy-free corporate sourcing of solar power. Impressions
Taking in consideration the natural conditions and the low prices for property in comparison to the rest of the country, the Northeast of Brazil stands out in the renewable energy sector. According to the goals of the Fortaleza 2040 Plan the city is planning to occupy 10% of its roofs with solar panels, in addition to becoming energy self-sufficient by 2040.
The event focused on the opportunities and challenges of this goal and welcomed 250+ delegates and more than 25 top-level speakers to discuss policies, legal challenges and regulatory frameworks as well as grid-integration solutions and financing.
Experts talk about challenges and opportunities of the French energy storage market at the ees & IBESA Summit France 2018. The session topics ranged from policy frameworks to insights from R&D institutions to the presentation of successful business models and included two exciting panel discussions. The presentations were full of the latest and most relevant findings from the industry.
Making the case for energy storage opportunities in France, the ees & IBESA Summit France in Strasbourg on October 24 turned out to be a lively affair with some 135 energy professionals attending the one-day event. Impressions
The fierce competition within the solar and energy storage industries drove conversations among the executives, policymakers and project financers in attendance at the sixth annual Intersolar and ees Summit USA East. The event attracted leaders in clean energy, including New York State Sen. Kevin S. Parker; Richard Kauffman, chairman of energy and finance for New York, Office of the Governor of New York; and David Sandbank, director of NY-Sun at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Impressions
Iran is aiming to boost its renewables sector. The current installed capacity of 240 MW is planned to increase to 5,000 MW by the end of 2020. Companies that are investing in renewables make it onto a shortlist to receive a tax incentive, assuming they fulfill conditions relating to the specific location and an output purchase agreement with the government. Despite the attractive tax incentives, the solar market in Iran remains challenging.
Intersolar Summit Iran 2017 welcomed more than 500 attendees and 32 top-level speakers. Impressions
With an attendance of nearly 450 solar and energy storage key players including 34 top-level speakers, Intersolar Summit USA East was a great success! Delegates enjoyed the lively panel discussions and excellent networking opportunities throughout the day. Impressions
With more than 400 solar executives including 25 exhibitors and 30 top-level speakers, the premier in the Islamic Republic of Iran exceeded all expectations by far! There was great interest in the emerging solar market from both the domestic and international end, which ultimately reflects the enormous potential in Iran. Impressions
The Intersolar Summit Turkey provided participants with a very special opportunity to obtain profound market knowledge of the region and make excellent contacts with prominent local and international players. The one-day conference offered an extensive program with well-established experts including high-level representatives from politics, industry and associations. In addition, the conference also served and functioned as an excellent opportunity to enrich and expand existing contacts and initiate new business relationships. Impressions
357 market experts, policymakers and industry players along the entire value chain discussed the region’s potential as a paver for solar and energy storage market development at the Intersolar Summit USA East in Brooklyn. Besides a significant increase in attendance compared to last year’s show, the event was supported by 22 exhibitors showcasing latest product innovations. Impressions
During the last years, several East Coast states, such as New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, have become a backbone for the solar industry development of the United States. The Intersolar Summit USA East 2015 offered a valuable opportunity to connect with industry peers and exchange ideas and best practices in the US East Coast solar industry.
The Turkish solar market holds a tremendous potential for the international photovoltaic industry. Besides large-scale projects the market is also attractive for the smaller rooftop systems with self-consumption. The Intersolar Summit Turkey helped companies to establish a foothold and expand their operations this growing and emerging market.
Review innovative financing and investment tools for solar energy development. Discuss the barriers, opportunities and potential action plans for solar manufacturing plants in Saudi Arabia. Share institutional and policy experiences that support the Saudi solar PV and solar energy program.
Equip your business with the most up-to-date market figures for Bangalore and surrounding regions. Launch of phase II of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM)– Short-term market trends & barriers. Local business characteristics and financing opportunities: Successful navigation of negotiations and contracts. Meet face to face global suppliers and manufacturers as well as regional developers.
Have your footprint in the PV hotspot of South America. Develop market entry strategies and secure your share of the huge solar opportunity in Chile. Connect with local key stakeholders, such mining companies, utilities and local authorities. Doing business in Chile: Best practices on how to unlock the full potential.
Discover business opportunities in the most promising solar market of Latin America. Learn how the recent Mexican energy reform will impact on the development of the local PV industry. Gain first-hand insights of the Mexican solar policy frameworks. Establish high-level business contacts with local decision-makers.
Energy Transition – 80% Renewable Electricity by 2050 – What does it mean today? Keep up to date with the latest market trends, discover new solutions and stay on top of policy developments. Expand your network and strenghten your business on a local level. Have your stake in shaping the solar future of the US East Coast.