8-9 November 2022 | Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Warsaw, Poland

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Transitioning to a New Era for Renewables in Central & Eastern Europe

2022 Sponsors

Launched in 2021, our sell-out Large Scale Solar CEE moved the focus to Eastern Europe with a packed programme of panels, presentations and fireside chats from industry leaders responsible for the build out of solar and storage projects in Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and Hungary.

In 2022 we will discuss recent regulations promising to reduce reliance on coal and increase solar deployment, investment and lending into the space, active M&A transactions and much, much more.

Last year, our host country of Poland set the scene for many promising years of new solar deployment and we look forward to continuing the conversation in 2022 and beyond.

What to Expect

LSScee Attendees

300+ Attendees

LSScee Speakers

70 Speakers

LSScee Conference

2 Days of in-person Conference

LSScee resentations

20+ Presentations

What Will be Discussed

GW Markets in the Region

Prospects for Storage

Which Lenders and Investors are Active

Getting a Grid Connection

How are PPA Markets Evolving

How Solar Sits Within the Wider Power Mix

Working with Regional and Local Governments

Our 2022 Speakers

Head of Structured & Project Finance Department
DNB Bank Poland
Head of Debt & Capital Advisory
Deloitte CE
Senior Associate
Aurora Energy Research
Chief Financial Officer
R.Power
CEO Europe
ReneSola Power

What our Attendees Thought

A great opportunity to meet amazing people from PV market and to expand your horizons.
Paulina Grzesiak
RP Global Poland Sp. z o.o.
2021
Interesting set of communications and discussion forum
Antonio Duarte
SolarisFloat, Lda.
2021
One of the key conferences in the PV Industry
Mark Augustenborg Ødum
Better Energy
2021
Great overview of the large solar market
Thomas Engelmann
KGAL Investment GmbH
2021
Exceptional
Manuel Silva
Aquila Capital
2021
Great combination of a variety of topics and presentation styles with a lot of interesting content and helpful news
Sara Zwifl
TE Connectivity
2021

2022 Event Brochure

LSSCEE Sponsorship Pack

Download the Large Scale Solar Central and Eastern Europe event brochure to learn more about: 

  • Event Themes 
  • Sponsorship Opportunities 
  • What Our Attendees Think 
  • 2021 Attendee Snapshot 
  • The Companies Who Attend 
  • How To Get Involved

2021 Event Gallery

A Glimpse at Who Attended In 2021

2022 Sponsor & Partners

News & Blogs

Hamburg-based solar operator Blue Elephant Energy has joined forces with renewables developer Umweltgerechte Kraftanlagen (UKA) to develop a 500MWp solar portfolio in Germany.
As the market moves away from power purchase agreements, the possibility for a new breed of investors comfortable with market risk is emerging alongside the potential for some larger investors to bring trading in-house.
While recent solar auctions in Spain and Portugal have made headlines with low prices and high levels of participation, the power purchase agreement market will be key to helping both countries reach their 2030 solar deployment targets, it was suggested during a panel discussion.
Solar industry players should collaborate with governments and regulators to overcome floating PV permitting and bankability issues and unlock the potential of the technology in Europe, a panel has concluded.
Europe’s power networks need to embrace flexibility and whole systems approaches on much larger scales if they are to be capable of accommodating the levels of renewable power necessary to hit 2030 targets.
Renewables firm Global Energy Services (GES) has started construction work on three solar projects in Spain with a combined capacity of 131MWp
European solar investors are coming to terms with smaller returns, however banks, governments and grid operators could do more to help alleviate risk and ease investor concerns.
Iberdrola has formed a strategic alliance with insurance company Mapfre that will initially invest in 230MW of clean energy projects in Spain, including 130MW of solar PV.
With gigawatt+ markets in Poland (1.4 GW), Bulgaria (1.1 GW), Hungary (2.1 GW) and Romania (1.4 GW) according to SolarPower Europe figures, Central and Eastern Europe presents a huge solar opportunity through to 2025. Join our mailing list to receive more information about the 2nd edition of Large Scale Solar Central & Eastern Europe.