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Program Intersolar Summit Spain

 

Final program

 

9:00am

Registration, Networking Coffee & Table-Top Exhibition


10:00am

Opening

10:00am

Welcome note

Markus Elsässer, CEO, Solar Promotion International GmbH, Germany

10:10am

Keynote

Joan Herrera, General Director, E.P.E. Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE)

10:30am

Situación y perspectiva del mercado de la fotovoltaica en España en la próxima década en relación al cumplimiento de objetivos 2030

José Donoso, General Director, Unión Española Fotovoltaica, Spain

10:45am

Moving from 100 active corporate buyers to 100,000

Bruce Douglas, Deputy CEO and COO, SolarPower Europe, Belgium

 

11:00am

Session 1: +30GW in the Pipeline until 2030 - The Surge of the PV Market in Spain

The Spanish NECP foresees +30 new GW of PV to be installed by 2030. During this session we will discuss the vast potential of the PV market development in Spain and the main regulatory drivers and opportunities related to auctions, grid parity and corporate sourcing.

11:00am

The good, the bad and the ugly: Realities of the Spanish market

Pablo Otín, CEO, Powertis

11:15am

Towards the end of FiT: Merchant exposure and corporate PPAs

Nicolas Gourvitch, Founder, Green Giraffe

11:30am

Required technological advancements to meet objective 30GW-2030

Raúl Morales, CEO, Soltec

11:45am

Keys and challenges of the operation of the Spanish electric system in 2030 scenario

Paula Junco, Tecnico de la Dirección de Operaciones, Red Eléctrica

12:00pm

Panel discussion with all speakers

Moderated by José Donoso, General Director, Unión Española Fotovoltaica, España
 

12:30am

SPONSOR PITCHES

12:30pm

Autoconsumo en españa, regulación

Juan Fco.González Martín, Product and Project Manager, Riello TDL, S.L.

12:35pm

Independent Energy Services for Solar PV, the Role of the Planning Phase

Daniel Barandalla, Senior Project Manager, UL Renewables

12:40pm

La solución de microinversores APsystems

Paul Nightingale, Jefe de Ventas España, APsystems


12:45pm

Business Lunch & Table-Top Exhibition


2:15pm

SESSION 2: Examples of a Rising Market for Corporates - Corporate Sourcing Case Studies

After years of struggle, Iberia has emerged as an attractive location for corporates to source renewables. You will learn from leading companies the reasons of this unstoppable trend and the challenges and opportunities that are lying ahead both for buyers and suppliers.

2:15pm

Size matters

Ferrán Nogué, Co-Founder & New Ventures, Holaluz

2:30pm

Sharing FSLR’s experience of nearly 1 GW of contracted Corporate PPAs in the U.S.

Santiago Bresani, Business Development Manager, First Solar

2:45pm

Renewable Energy & PPAs: Hedging with EEX Power Futures

Viviana Ciancibello, Senior Business Developer, European Energy Exchange (EEX)

3:00pm

Corporate PPAs: the quest for renewable power sourcing

Tomás García, Managing Director, BayWa r.e. Projects España S.L.U.

3:15pm

Panel discussion with all speakers

Moderated by Bruce Douglas, Deputy CEO and COO, SolarPower Europe, Belgium


3:45pm

Networking Coffee & Table-Top Exhibition

 

4:30pm

SESSION 3: Corporate deals: How do we go from 0 to 10GW by 2025

As of April 2019, the corporate renewables market reached 3 GW of announced renewable off-site deals in Spain. However, the increasing interest might create a bottleneck. During this session, we will envisage the changes needed in the next years to ensure a steady market growth and to allow all corporates, including SMEs, to benefit  from the sourcing of RE.

4:30pm

How to scale: PPA design that works for the customer

Sam Goss, Investment Director, Octopus Investment

4:45pm

Financing Hybrid transactions (merchant + PPA)

Roger Font Garcia, Head of Project Finance, Banco Sabadell

5:00pm

Spanish renewables – a great opportunity for corporates

Jens Hollstein, Senior PPA Manager, Pexapark

5:15pm

Key elements when dealing with upstream PPAs: a three parties game in the Spanish market

Daniel Fernández, Energy Management Director, Engie, Spain

5:30pm

Panel discussion with all speakers

Moderated by Sam Kimmins, Head of RE100, RE100


6:00pm

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