RE-Source Southeast is the go to event for corporate sourcing of renewable energy in the SEE region!
While self-consumption and on-site generation is still the prevailing choice for SEE corporates, the PPA market has the potential to catch up fast, as first deals have already been announced in Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. Across Europe, high market prices tempted power producers to shift towards short-term PPAs and more active energy trading strategies with a rising focus on short-term hedges.
Does the SEE region benefit from this trend and what PPA pricing & hedging strategies can be applied will be a key topic for discussion at the 3rd edition of RE-Source Southeast, which will take place on May 18-19 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
RE-Source Southeast is the biggest regional event dedicated to corporate renewable energy sourcing, which this year will bring on stage the leading European traders ACT Commodities and Axpo, among others, to offer key market insights and advice. Confirmed speakers from original equipment manufacturers (Jinko), distributors (Photomate), experienced developers (CWP), and EPC companies (hec solar) will discuss procuring strategies, best practice quality checks and how to achieve better return on investment for RES projects.
Leading companies will offer shining examples for their decarbonisation paths and what it takes to make a net-zero strategy work in SEE. Microsoft is among the partners of the event in an effort to bring awareness of corporate sourcing of renewable energy in South East Europe (SEE) as well as the role of the Green Taxonomy and ESG policies in fueling renewable energy development.
As the role of energy storage becomes more and more important and versatile, a panel will discuss the evolution of energy storage, smart grids, virtual power plants and long-duration storage technologies to solve the grid flexibility challenge in SEE.
National renewable energy associations and key political figures will discuss the latest policy and market development, while sustainable finance institutions will shed light on the available European and national funding solutions.
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