The PV market in Spain is on the move: after the change of government in 2018, the "sun tax" was abolished. In addition, bureaucracy for small PV systems has been greatly reduced and the first large solar power plants have been built without financial support. By 2030, a good 30 GW of new electric power is to be added. As a result, Spain is very likely to be among the GW markets in Europe as of this year.
There are many indications that the battery storage market in Spain will also develop well in the coming years. The economic conditions in Spain are very attractive for the use of battery storage for various reasons.
The ees Europe therefore supports the creation of a white paper on the topic "Battery Storage Market Spain - Status and Perspectives" by the consultancy office denersol. The main results will be presented for the first time in this webinar.
In addition to the political and economic conditions, the white paper analyzes the potential applications of battery storage in Spain, the possible business and revenue models and their cost-effectiveness. It also shows essential differences in comparison between the German and Spanish markets, which should be addressed for a successful market development
|Date||April 17, 2019|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
|Speaker||Dietmar Geckeler, Owner and Managing Director, denersol|
|Moderator||Sabine Kloos, Solar Promotion|
Dietmar Geckeler is working for 15 years in the energy storage and solar energy sector.
With his consulting and engineering firm „denersol“, located in Berlin, he supports companies from the energy sector, energy technology vendors and real estate sector. Core focus are innovative and decentralized energy supply solutions and business models, respective concepts and technology as well help in the application, marketing and „roll-out“ of these.
Sabine Kloos is a graduate in environmental protection engineering and has been working for Solar Prmotion GmbH since 2006.
Since 2011, she has specialized increasingly in the field of batteries and energy storage in connection with renewable energies and has developed exhibition and conference events for these topics. From 2015, the topic of electromobility has also increasingly come into focus. Sabine Kloos is currently the project manager responsible for ees Europe, the largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems in Europe, and for Power2Drive Europe, the international exhibition for charging infrastructure and electromobility. These exhibitions are held annually in Munich on the innovation platform for the new energy world The smarter E Europe.