UNEF and Soltec hold the second edition of the congress 'Solar Plants in Spain'.
The conference, which will be inaugurated by Jesús Ferrero, Deputy Director General of Renewable Energies of the Ministry for Ecological Transition, will take place on 20 February in Madrid and will address the entire process of developing a photovoltaic plant.
The second edition of the event 'Solar Plants in Spain: development, financing and energy future', organised by the Spanish Photovoltaic Union (UFVE), will take place on 20 February.UNEF) and the single-axis solar tracker company Soltec. The meeting will start at 9 a.m. and will take place at the Hotel VP Plaza Design in Madrid.
The event will be inaugurated by Jesús Ferrero, Deputy Director General of Renewable Energies, and consists of four round tables that will address the entire process of developing a photovoltaic plant, as well as questions about the energy model and technological innovations.
"After last year's success, together with UNEF, we want to once again promote a meeting aimed at solar energy companies interested in developing projects in Spain, as well as fostering relations between Spanish companies in the sector," says Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec.
"At UNEF, we are committed to meetings between professionals to highlight the knowledge of the sector as a whole. On this occasion, and given the challenge of photovoltaic energy to lead the energy transition, the development of projects and the creation of a solid and articulated industry is a need shared by companies, administrations and consumers", says José Donoso, General Director of UNEF.
The event will be attended by companies such as EDP Renovables and Naturgy, which will offer the perspective of energy developers in Spain. The technological challenges and latest innovations in photovoltaic energy will also be discussed with manufacturers Soltec, Jinko Solar, Canadian Solar and Power Electronics.
This convention will also include a round table to analyse the Spanish energy model entitled 'PPA Vs. Auction: defining the Spanish energy model', with the participation of companies such as Powertis, as well as UNEF and the energy expert Jorge Morales de Labra.
Finally, the event will address the financing and bankability The projects are being developed by the financial institutions Bankia, Sabadell and Goldman Sachs, together with the certifying company DNV GL.
Registration and agenda of the event