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Grids continue to be a thorn in the side of European renewables as long connection queues and exorbitant fees risk stymying the clean energy transition. In this exclusive discussion from Large Scale Solar Europe 2021, we hear how grid operators are adapting to the demands of clean power generators.

Moderated by Liam Stoker, editor in chief at Solar Media, panellists for this discussion include;

  • Antonella Battaglini, chief executive officer, Renewables Grid Initiative
  • Berto Martins, director – electricity markets, EDP Portugal
  • Randolph Brazier, director of innovation & electricity systems, Energy Networks Association
29 March 2022
Now in its 10th sell-out year, Large Scale Solar returns to Lisbon in 2022. We are excited to gather together face-to-face with the European solar industry as we provide unique and exclusive access to a powerful selection of the market's key stakeholders. Join this elite summit to find out how the market is maturing, which new markets are becoming more exciting, how technology is evolving and who's driving the market forward into the 2020s. Always senior, packed with developers, EPCs, utilities and investors this is the event for companies serious about European solar PV.

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