Top European solar portfolios
The renaissance of the Spanish market has contributed substantially to last year’s growth. In 2018, Turkey witnessed an uptick in solar PV landing amongst the top three hottest markets. Although the country now finds itself at a turning point with the former policies coming to a halt, the country is still forecasted to rank eighth globally with respect to operational PV capacity, where 13.2 GW of solar could be installed by the end of 2020. The Netherlands is another budding market. According to IHS Markit, the Dutch solar PV market is expected to make great strides as the third fastest growing European market, after Spain and France, in the coming year.
Green horizons on sight for the solar sector
All in all, the verdict is in. The forecast season anticipates a banner year for European solar. The European Union nations have RE targets and commitments to reach by the end of 2020, requiring collective efforts by all the stakeholders and particularly the investors and asset owners. Coming hot on the heels of the European Parliament elections, the solar sector, specifically in Germany and France, has green horizons on sight.
Top 50 operational European solar portfolios
As a prelude to 7th Edition of Solar Asset Management Europe 2019 and to gain a better grasp of the solar asset ownership landscape, Solarplaza has published this data overview that includes the Top 50 operational European solar portfolios, listing: capacity, location, respective geofocus and company details.
Solar Asset Management Europe, 30-31 October, Frankfurt
Solar Asset Management Europe (30-31 October 2019, Frankfurt) is addressing all the asset management and O&M topics related to the operational phase of solar PV. The conference will unite the leading players engaging in meaningful dialogues shaping the European solar market in one venue.
Readers of pv Europe, who plan to attend the event and want to register, get a discount under the code PVE-10. (HCN)