14-15 November 2023 | Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Warsaw, Poland


Filip Sypko

Head of Global Business Development
Green Genius

A graduate of the Faculty of Energy and Fuels at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, MBA studies at Koźmiński Executive Business School in Warsaw and Technische Universität Clausthal in Clausthal-Zellerfeld.

For years, as entrepreneur and manager he has been associated with the energy and renewable energy industry with various experience in sales, technical consulting and business development, confirmed, among others, by implementation of the first operational installation in Poland in the Solar-as-a-Service formula and acquisition of a strategic portfolio of PV projects for the Modus Group. Propagator of the idea of sustainable development which considers economic market conditions. An expert in the field of on-site solar installations.

Since 2018, responsible in Green Genius for introducing innovative "capex-free" solar solutions for business on the Polish market, and from 2021 for managing group's PV project portfolio throughout Europe.

09 Nov 2022
 - 09:45 CET
  • Understanding best practices in other geographies like Western Europe and how they can be applied to CEE markets.
  • What are the challenges for each of the key stakeholders in the development process – developers, asset managers, service & technology providers, and investors?
  • Current bottlenecks to development in CEE and how these are addressed in other markets. Addressing the length of development of different technologies and how it compares with CEE.
08 Nov 2022
 - 09:40 CET

Grid connection is a clear bottleneck for project development. In this panel we will hear from developers and DNOs on how these issues can be overcome.

  • The DNO perspective on why connections are being denied – regulatory challenges, timelines for project approval, what the project pipeline looks like going forward, and how that affects availability of grid power for new installations.
  • How developers can ensure their projects plans are grid friendly, to speed up approval.
  • Grid connection conditions – getting rid of projects that were frozen due to previous grid connection issues but are still blocking the capacity
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.