7 - 8 June 2022 | Leonardo Royal London City, London, UK

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The Risk, Reward and Reality
of Trading Renewable Power

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The energy transition is gathering pace with renewable energy attracting increasing sums of capital each year. Solar and wind deployment is increasing annually and governments are ever-more reliant on the renewables sector to stimulate moribund economies. Retirement of fossil fuel assets continues in the background. However, without subsidies and uncertainty around PPAs, renewable asset owners are heading into the wholesale markets to trade power but are they ready for the volatility in revenue this will enta
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The Renewable Energy Trading Summit builds on Solar Media’s deep ties with global renewable asset owners and will examine the risk, reward and reality of this new era. Presentations, panels and fireside chats with senior industry stakeholders will assess:

  • An overview of European power markets and trading arenas
  • Whether wholesale trading is right for your business and how much risk this entails
  • What’s your power worth? Now and over the long term?
  • What’s the depth of the PPA market and how do insiders see this growing?
  • Are energy buyers wising up to the true value of power?
  • Does the volatility of energy trading match institutional investors’ mandates?
  • The role of technology in enabling the market
  • Are markets ready for intermittency and what will renewable power do to power
    prices in general?
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WindPower Finance and Investment Summit
2021
Radisson Blu Bloomsbury.
London

©Gareth Davies
07774899744
Capture Comms Ltd
WindPower Finance and Investment Summit
2021
Radisson Blu Bloomsbury.
London

©Gareth Davies
07774899744
Capture Comms Ltd
WindPower Finance and Investment Summit
2021
Radisson Blu Bloomsbury.
London

©Gareth Davies
07774899744
Capture Comms Ltd
WindPower Finance and Investment Summit
2021
Radisson Blu Bloomsbury.
London

©Gareth Davies
07774899744
Capture Comms Ltd

The Renewable Energy Trading Summit brings together renewable power asset owners, investors, exchanges, intermediaries and large energy buyers to discover the future of power sales. This unique event is designed specifically for the most senior players and will provide an excellent forum for business deals, networking and learning. This is the only event in Europe dedicated to renewable energy trading and Solar Media, the publisher of PV-Tech, Energy Storage News, Current News and Solar Power Portal, brings its expertise in connecting the right people with the right information at the right time. 

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Does the Volatility of Energy Trading Match Institutional Investors’ Mandates?

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The Role of Technology in Enabling the Market

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What’s the Depth of the PPA Market & How Do Insiders See the Growing?

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What’s Your Power Worth? Now & Over the Long Term?

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How Are Companies Hedging Risk?

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Are Energy Buyers Wising up to the True Value of Power?

2022 Speakers Include

Director, Market Integrity and Renewable Electricity
European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)
Head of Business Development
Limejump
Vice President
Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners
Senior Sales Manager
Origami Energy
Managing Director, Power Markets
Renewable Power Capital
Vice President, Europe
LevelTen Energy

Confirmed Companies Attending Include

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