Large Scale Solar Summit is coming back to the US after a sell-out year in 2022! Designed as a meeting place for deal-making, we will not only discuss the most up to date topics and technologies but will also provide varied networking platforms so that developers, EPCs, manufacturers, asset owners, and investors can connect with possible clients and partners.
Join us in Texas to meet with the top players in the industry and expand your network as business booms.
With a portfolio already consisting of multiple US events spanning solar finance & investment, energy storage, wind, and the success of the 2022 edition, there is no better time to bring back Large Scale Solar event in Texas.
There has been no better time to discuss American large scale solar development than today as the market opportunity continues to grow amid government net-zero targets and the growing capital in the industry.
Solar mandates and initiatives continue to spread through the United States by all players – states, cities, corporations, co-ops, and residents – an unstoppable force to continue pushing the grid to transform into a more resilient, efficient, and lucrative resource.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking it will be more of the same, as new technologies like storage, floating solar, EVs, community solar programs will become the new normal.
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Days of Content & Networking
The increasing growth of solar projects in the US indicates a shift in scale. What does the rise in capacity mean for the solar market? What are the best practices for managing scale and growth? How will supply and demand shortages impact future projects?
How will businesses have to adapt in the wake of extreme weather patterns and what is the operational risk? What are the risks to long-term performance and how should business best respond to extreme weather events?
Are we about to embark on the era of colocated solar and storage? What revenue streams make a project stack up and which markets are ripe for new development in 2023?
The Biden administration has ushered in a new and stable age for solar with new tax credits for solar projects. The nature of these payments will remain an important topic for the future as further regulatory guidance is set to be released.
With ongoing power prices volatility more businesses are considering flexible loads and solar colocated technologies. The industry needs to catch up to this demand by understanding flexible loads, storage, other technologies and how to finance them.
Industry growth is has set a new predicament on the horizon for solar- an oncoming workforce shortage. Questions that need exploring further include what the future impacts of a human capital shortage will be and what steps can be taken by the industry to best mitigate such an event?
How are costs shaping up in the world of solar and what appetite do lenders and investors have for large scale PV? Will with the addition of IRA tax tariffs change financing stratgegies and where will we see new revenue streams in tax equity?
What can be done differently in this new wave of development to avoid the mistakes of the past? With the rapid scale up of large-scale projects where might the newest challenges emerge and what can be done to combat them