The second edition of inspiratia’s New Energy Infrastructure Conference reflected on a year that has seen a series of landmark investment deals in EV charging and flexible generation. inspiratia and market experts dissected and debated these pathfinder transactions and analysed the future direction of the industry.
The move away from feed-in tariffs towards auctions has continued to drive down capital costs for wind and solar PV. In certain markets, the economics of PV is now approaching cost parity with conventional power.
Investors and financiers are having to get to grips with new structures and merchant risk, with projects being structured to sell their electricity directly on the spot market and increasingly through PPAs with environmentally conscious corporate offtakers.
To explore the changing renewables landscape and to network with the industry’s leading investors, developers, consultants and advisers attended inspiratia's subsidy-free conference.