15-16 June 2021 | Virtual Event

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Confirmed attendees include:

The Steering Committee

Finlay Colville | Head of Research | Solar Media Ltd.

Finlay has been extensively tracking the UK solar industry for more than 10 years, understanding deployment & pipeline activity across the entire value-chain from site development to completed portfolio transactions. He is widely regarded globally as the leading analyst covering the UK solar market, developing relationships with all key stakeholders serving the domestic sector.

Liam Stoker | Head of Content | Solar Media Ltd.

Liam has been covering the UK’s solar industry for five years, charting the industry’s success from the ROC years to its current post-subsidy development. He has led Solar Media’s UK editorial output, contributing also to its successful range of events in the finance, deployment and installation fields.

Agenda Highlights


Developers Driving Multi-GW Utility Scale Pipelines Today

Mega-Solar (100-500 MW) Sites Under Development

State of the Art Solar PV Module Supply (400+ Panels)

Making the Numbers Work While Helping the Government Targets

Identifying the Project Pipeline for 2020/2021

Who Will Attend?

  • Leading stakeholders behind the 6-GW-plus of new large-scale ground-farms currently at the planning stages
  • Project developers active across the UK in 2020
  • Planning consultants engaged with developers now on new site designs
  • Investment vehicles driving the build process for new solar farms
  • Companies set to buy portfolios of shovel-ready sites for 2020/2021 build-out
  • Module suppliers from leading global utility-focused companies today
  • Inverter producers targeting large-scale solar farms
  • Mounting & tracking suppliers focused on adapting 400W-plus & bifacial panels for optimum site yields
  • Site monitoring solution providers
  • Leading domestic & global utility-focused EPCs & sub-contractors from mainland Europe
  • DNO’s & ICP providers active across the UK
  • Co-location renewable portfolio owners seeking to add solar farms to existing wind sites
  • Storage solution providers targeting new solar capacity additions
  • Corporates looking to satisfy sustainability targets in the UK through new PPA off-taker arrangements
  • Government energy-centric agencies set to benefit from solar within zero-carbon target goals
  • Local councils tasked with sustainability & renewables additions from ground-based site build

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