Author: Tom van der Linden, Solarplaza
As part of its National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP), the Italian government is looking to pump a substantial amount of funding into the country’s renewable energy industry. This will give the Italian solar PV market, traditionally known as one of the most cost-efficient markets of Europe, a significant new boost. But how are the new plans supposed to be implemented; what new regulations and incentives can be expected; and how can renewable energy players benefit from the changing paradigm?
These questions will be at the heart of the 2021 edition of Solarplaza’s annual ‘Solar Market Parity Italy’ conference, set to be hosted in Milan on 15 July 2021. On the stage of the Milano Malpensa hotel, the country’s leading solar PV experts and market players will assess the Italian PV market in detail. They will look back on a tumultuous year of development and look ahead at the new opportunities opening up on the road to solar growth in Italy. With the rapid changes in the regulations surrounding RE auctions and support schemes - aimed at meeting the 2030 PNEIC targets - it’s of paramount importance to remain up-to-date on the latest trends and regulatory procedures.
As well as being a vital source for insights, analysis, and vision, Solar Market Parity Italy will also be a key networking platform for developers, investors, owners, service providers, and manufacturers to (re)connect and engage. With a highly active secondary market and a swelling project development pipeline, the importance of strong business connections amongst the many kinds of stakeholders in the PV industry is more crucial than ever.
The packed conference program will touch upon the latest market trends and perspectives; available financing solutions; grid connection practices; regulatory framework updates; technical solutions; and much more.
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