Thursday 14 March 2024
The Baltic countries have accelerated rapidly in terms of deploying new PV capacity in the last few years, and tall countries have made strong commitments to renewable energy. This presentation will offer insights into the current state of the Baltic PV market, and provide valuable information for individuals and organizations interested in investing or operating in the Baltic utility scale solar solar energy sector.
What is hot in the market?
Overview of ongoing and upcoming market trends
Status of projects and investments in the pipeline
Overview of market split (Residential/C&I/Utility)
Cost competitiveness of solar in the Baltics
This session will consist of a short presentation and a panel
Explore the evolving legal landscape impacting greenfield utility-scale PV plant permitting, gain insights into the latest rules and incentives, and understand the PV permitting process and timelines for a broader perspective on rolling out new solar projects in the Baltic states.
National Energy Regulatory Council
Morning Networking Break
At our conference last year, an impressive 93% of attendees were able to make valuable business connections. Don’t miss out!
Nicola Kopij Zanin
AJ Power Group
While EPC companies influence the design, installation, and commissioning of solar PV projects, and play a critical role in ensuring that these projects are constructed on time, within budget, and up to the required quality standards. On the other side of the commissioning line, solar PV asset management has become increasingly important in the Baltics as the size and complexity of solar PV plants continue to grow. The industry has witnessed the emergence of innovative solutions that can help optimize plant performance and streamline operations, such as predictive maintenance, AI-based monitoring, and remote asset management tools. This session goes deeper into the interplay and connection between EPCs and Asset Management, highlighting how an asset manager’s mindset during the development and construction phases can make life a lot easier further down the line.
Nicola Kopij Zanin
Lithuanian Solar Energy Association (LSEA)
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Aurora Energy Research
Solar PV financing has become increasingly important in the Baltics as more investors are looking to participate in the solar energy market. Several financing options are available, including financing products from commercial banks and new investment funds that specialize in renewable energy projects. However, attracting financing for large-scale solar projects requires careful planning and a comprehensive understanding of the risks involved. Understanding the key financing terms from banks and learning about recent M&A transactions can assist developers and investors in crafting successful financing proposals for solar projects.
European Investment Bank (EIB)
Afternoon Networking Break
Whether you're looking to connect with professionals from a specific sector or want to build relationships across the entire solar PV value chain, our event offers a unique chance to engage with experts from across the industry.
As you mingle and build your network, be sure to take a moment to enjoy a refreshing soft drink, glass of wine, or cold beer. There will be plenty of opportunities to connect with professionals from our global network, which includes countries such as Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands and many more!
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