Renewable Market Watch™ is a Media Partner and Participates in the Utility Scale Solar and Wind Europe Conference and Exhibition 2022 Organised by Reuters Events
/MUNICH, November 28, 2022, 9:30 GMT, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Renewable Market Watch™ is a media partner and participates in Utility Scale Solar and Wind Europe Conference and Exhibition 2022. The conference will unite asset owners, managers, operators, utilities, developers, EPC, OEMs, and the value chain to develop the roadmap for eliminating operational risks and driving maximum value for European solar and wind assets. The event will occur at Hilton Munich Park, Am Tucherpark 7, Munich 80538, Germany. The world faces the existential threat of climate change and a burgeoning energy crisis exacerbated by Russia's unprovoked and unjustified military aggression on Ukraine. Accelerating the decarbonisation of the energy systems is the only way to ensure sustainable, secure simultaneously, and affordable energy in the European Union.
Large-scale solar and wind power generation has increased rapidly in Europe and continues to hold an increasing share of Europes's total energy mix. Energy regulators have accredited more than 150 large-scale solar and wind energy projects in over 40 European countries as registered generators in 2021 and 2022 (YTD). EU energy ministers agreed on 24 November 2022 on the content of a Council Regulation laying down a temporary framework to accelerate the permit-granting process and the deployment of renewable energy projects. The Council agreed on a maximum deadline of six months for the permit-granting process for repowering projects, including all relevant environmental assessments. Where repowering results in an increase of up to 15 % in the power plant's capacity, grid connections will be permitted within three months.
You may join 400+ key decision makers, 25 pioneering exhibitors, and 50+ executive speakers to optimise solar and wind asset management in Munich. With all the GW scale asset owners expected to attend, get ahead of the curve and access unparalleled networking and business development opportunities.
Europe's large-scale solar and wind power industry has been a remarkable success. It plays a significant role in achieving renewable energy targets by 2030, established in national climate action plans in most European countries. However, the scope of the opportunities and challenges for the industry is arguably as great now as they were in 2020. Today the industry is striving to build generation capacity faster than ever while improving efficiency. These improvements are critical to Europe's ambitions to transition to a low-carbon electricity grid and establish a green hydrogen supply chain.
As a media partner of this key event for the European renewable energy industry, Renewable Market Watch™ confirm the leading position of an analytical research company working heavily to support the faster clean energy transition in Europe and provide relevant and on-time information to its customers.
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