SÓLIDA sponsors Energyear Italy, which will feature Matteo Decarli as expert speaker

The main players in the Italian renewable market will meet in Milan on September 28 and 29.

SÓLIDA will attend as a sponsor the second edition of Energyear Italy, which will be held on September 28 and 29 in Milan.

At the event, which will take place at the UNAHOTELS Expo Fiera Milano, more than 400 C-level attendees from the energy sector will gather to discuss the main challenges and opportunities of the renewable electricity market in the country.

Italy is the third largest producer of renewable energy in Europe (after Germany and Spain[1]) and already more than a third of its electricity mix comes from renewable sources. However, there is still a long way to go to reach the REPowerEU target, which aims for the country to double its renewable generation capacity by 2030 (from 41% in 2021 to 84% in 2030). For this reason, the event will be a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences, as well as raise the key questions to reach this target figure.

Matteo Decarli, PV Project Manager at SÓLIDA, will be a speaker at the panel of PV Experts “Technical-economic efficiency in Solar PV Projects: Innovation as key to decrease CAPEX“, in which he will participate together with speakers from large companies such as Sungrow or NexTracker. It will take place on Wednesday 28 at 12:35 p.m.

The rest of the presentations that will take place during the two days of the event will deal with topics such as energy resilience in Italy, the strategies and challenges for the growth of renewables in the energy mix, particularities of photovoltaic projects construction in Italy or agrivoltaics .

For more information, do not hesitate to consult the event page: https://energyear.com/en/

There are still tickets available both to attend in person and to participate through the virtual platform, which will also serve as a meeting and networking point: https://italia.energyear.com/

See you next week at Energyear!

[1] Spain Was the European Country that generated the second highest amount of electricity with wind and solar power. REE. 30-06-2022