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

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Aleksander Pininski

Executive Director Corporate & Investment Banking
Santander Polska
aleksander pininski
09 Nov 2022
13:45
 - 14:25 CET
PANEL DISCUSSION

- To what extent are the business models that we have seen, such as Contracts For Difference, being replaced by PPAs in the longer term? Will PPAs overtake the CFD market or will CFDs still play a major role?
- If the future of PV belongs to PPA, those companies who can offer the longer term PPA with a higher price will own the market. If before the projects were supported by auctions, how does the rise of PPA affect the requirements to make a project bankable?
- How does PV guarantee the market for long term contacts? What will be the effect on the price of energy if there is a Russian energy ban?
- What do banks and lenders need to be comfortable financing PV or co-located projects.

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