Spain, with more than 23 GW in wind and nearly 6 GW in solar, is one of the European countries with the highest installed capacity. After the tenders that allowed for the connection of further of 5 GW of wind and solar capacity, Spain seems to be on its way to meet EU’s 2020 energy target. Morever, the new legal framework has opened the doors to new developments showing a strong comittment to comply with the EU’s goal of having 32% of power consumption coming from renewables by 2030. These circumstances consolidate Spain as one of the key markets for renewable energy in the upcoming years.
Vector Cuatro hosts ‘Presente y futuro de las energías renovables en España’ for the second consecutive year. A meeting that takes place on June 6th in Madrid and it will bring together the main players in the Spanish renewable industry.
The event includes specialized presentations and round tables, which will cover the new regulatory and financial framework for project development, legal security, the impact of renewable energy and trends in asset management, among others.