In the second session, "Next Steps on the Electricity Market Legislative Transformation," Martin Tauschke will be the Prime Speaker on the topic of "FIT VS. PPA - legal frames from the investor's view "presents. "The event was a very good opportunity to present SUNfarming's competence in commercial project development including financing in general and our goals in the Polish market in particular to decision-makers from Polish and international banks as well as other stakeholders of the Polish solar market", says Martin Tauschke. "PPA projects will become more important over the next few years, so that a long-term communication with all participants must start early."
At the request of the organizer, Martin Tauschke also took over the moderation of the 4th session "Financing of and Investing in the Polish renewable energy developments", in which the high-ranking representatives of European financial institutions such as the European Investment Bank, IFC International Finance Coperatipn, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development as well as the subsidiary of Commerzbank AG, mBank, have discussed financing options for renewable energy investments in Poland.
About RENPOWER POLAND
This conference is hosted by Euroconvention Global in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Africa and the LATAM region.
RENPOWER POLAND gathered project developers, investors, IFIs, government representatives, engineering, consulting, banking, and legal entities.
Intersolar Europe, May 15-17, 2019
Intersolar Europe is the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry and its partners and takes place annually at the Messe München exhibition center in Munich, Germany.
The event’s exhibition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, solar thermal technologies, solar plants, as well as grid infrastructure and solutions for the integration of renewable energy. Since being founded 28 years ago, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the solar industry.
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