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Present and future of renewables in Spain. To be or not to be


March 21 OF 2017 from 09:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Spain’s electricity generation market continues to face major challenges. The overhaul of the renewables market led to the introduction of highly innovative and, in some cases, significantly lower tariffs. Challenges for the 2020 horizon are now being considered taking into account reasonable returns. Against this backdrop, considerable movements have occurred and are still taking place in the industry, both in brownfield assets (M&As, debt and equity) and in greenfield projects both inside and outside scheduled auctions.
Questions to be discussed at this breakfast talk organized by the ESADE Alumni Energy & Environment Club include: How will the generation market be structured in Spain? Does this market still appeal to investors? What sort of investor? How can generation projects be funded? Is there room for PPAs? Will alternative forms of finance such as project bonds be available? What part will power aggregators play?




Rocío Sicre, country manager, EDPR
Josep Montañes, director de finance projects and specialised business, Banco Sabadell
José Antonio Urquizu, founding partner, Everwood Capital
Pedro Sanabria, director, Plenium Partners

Chaired by
Verónica Romaní, partner, Gómez-Acebo & Pombo



See you there!

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