27-28 June 2023 | Hilton Tower Bridge, London

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The UK’s New Landscape for Utility & Rooftop Solar:
Opportunities Within a GW-Plus Annual Market

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Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors

UK Solar Summit

The UK Solar Summit will return to London in June for its 2nd year. Once again, the event will bring together all the leading players in the UK solar sector for two days of networking, presentations, and discussions.

Join us to meet stakeholders from across the supply chain and find out how your business can benefit from the opportunities available as the UK moves towards multi-GW annual deployment of solar PV.

Our Previous Speakers Included

Renewable Electricity Senior Policy Advisor
BEIS
Director
ADAS Planning and Landscape
Associate Director
ADAS Rural
Senior ESG Policy Analyst
Solar Energy UK
Director
Evolution Power
Head of Solar
EDF Renewables UK
Head of Power and Flexibility
REA
Managing Director
Photon Energy
CEO
RheEnergise
Managing Director
Bluefield Development
Partner, Corporate Renewables
TLT
Deputy Editor
Solar Media
Director - Energy & Infrastructure Advisory
JLL
Co-Founder & Chief Commercial Officer
NovoGrid
Head of Central Engineering
Statkraft
Chair
Solar Energy UK
Sales Director
BeBa Energy
Regional Sales Director
JA Solar
Chief Adviser - Renewable Energy and Climate Change
National Farmer’s Union (NFU)
Solar PV Director
Absolute Solar and Wind
Head of Business Development. UK and Ireland
Lightsource BP
Chief Executive
Solar Energy UK
Managing Director
Atrato Group
Commercial Director
Zestec Renewable Energy
Director, Co-Founder
Eden Sustainable Group
Analyst
Solar Media
Account Executive UK & I, East Asia
RatedPower
Market and Insights Analyst
PVcase
Commercial Director
Squeaky
Founder and CEO
2DegreesKelvin
CEO
Anesco
Partner
Pinsent Masons
Head of Market Research
Solar Media
Technical Director, Utility Europe
LONGI Solar
Head of Energy Business Development
Bouygues Energies & Services
Senior Project Manager – New Technology Delivery
Scottish Power

2022 Attendees Included

UK Solar Summit 2022 Post Event Report

Last year’s UK Solar Summit was a huge success, featuring in-depth presentations/panel discussions and high-level networking opportunities.

Download the report to learn more about:

  • Audience Breakdown
  • What Our Attendees Thought
  • Key 2022 Themes
  • What Our Attendees Experienced

Feedback from 2022

Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors & Partners

UK Solar Summit Sponsors & Partners

Our Previous Sponsors

News & Blogs

Investment firm Carlyle has launched a new solar-focused renewable energy platform, Telis Energy, aimed at developing projects in key European markets.
Finlay Colville, Solar Media's head of market research, lays out the UK's path to achieving 40GW+ of solar PV by 2030 after rebounding from recent headwinds in its solar sector
More than 2GW of solar has won contracts in the UK’s latest renewables auction clearing at a strike price of £53.40/MWh (US$64.19/MWh).
Having witnessed its utility-scale solar boom peak in 2015, the UK is primed for a return to large-scale solar buildout. Liam Stoker explores the pipeline, the drivers and the role of the country’s new energy security strategy in driving new solar deployment.
The May 2022 edition of our downstream solar journal, PV Tech Power, is now available to download, featuring articles surrounding the decarbonisation of solar manufacturing and deployment.
With tens of gigawatts of solar just waiting to be deployed, the UK solar market looks set to return to gigawatt-scale deployment. But with grid constraints listed as the biggest obstacle in both the short- and medium-term, Liam Stoker learns what, exactly, the problem is.
Spanish energy company Iberdrola has bet big on the UK market through the acquisition on 17 solar PV projects from Elgin Energy and Lightsource bp, taking the firm’s share of UK solar from 2% to 9% and making it one of the biggest players in the market.
A flurry of plans submitted for solar projects in excess of 100MW+ is fuelling a boom of activity in the UK utility-scale solar market.