Spain is, without a doubt, one of the key markets for renewable energies in the upcoming years. Beyond the 8.5 GW awarded in the auctions, in the late months a great activity of project development without subsidies is being observed. In addition to new developments, Spain, with 23 GW in wind and 5 GW in solar, is one of the countries in Europe with the highest installed capacity.
Vector Cuatro hosts ‘Presente y futuro de las energías renovables en España’. A meeting that will take place on June 7th in Madrid and will bring together the main players in the industry to discuss topics of current interest regarding development and operation of renewable energy projects in the country.
The day will include specialized presentations and round tables, which will cover the new regulatory and financial framework of project development, legal security, the impact of renewable energies and trends in asset management, among others.
the main players
of the industry
“Spain, with 23 GW in wind and 5 GW in solar, is one of the countries in Europe with the highest installed capacity”
WHEN & WHERE?
Registration and welcome coffee
Javier Asensio (CEO Vector Cuatro)
The new Renewable Energies Spanish policy
José Donoso (UNEF)
PANEL 1: The new scenario for the development of renewable projects
Joaquín Monfort (X-Elio)
Luis Martínez (Hive Energy)
Juan López (Circle Energy)
PANEL 2: Trends in renewable energy project management
The challenge of environmental and renewable energy taxes. Is there legal security?
Manuel de Vicente
Challenges for the safe integration of renewable energy in the Spanish electric system
Juan Manuel Rodríguez (Red Eléctrica de España)
PANEL 3: Project investment and finance in the new income scheme
Juan Felipe Fernández (LaCaixa)
IN COLLABORATION WITH
Juan Virgilio Márquez
Juan Manuel Fernández
Manuel de Vicente-Tutor
Juan Manuel Rodríguez
Red Eléctrica de España
Watson Farley & Williams
Juan Felipe Fernández
Álvaro Pérez de Lema
José Benito García
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