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In this exclusive recording from our Solar Finance & Investment Europe event, panellists from across the solar industry discuss the future of the solar industry, including points of discussion such as the threat of consolidation, the role O&G majors will play and the shifting landscape for grids and networks.

Moderated by EY’s Louise Shaw, panellists include:

  • João Cunha, chief operating officer & deputy CEO, Smartenergy;
  • David Díaz, Cfo, X-Elio;
  • Federico Giannandrea, partner & head of infrastructure, Foresight;
  • Joost Bergsma, managing partner / CEO, Glennmont Partners;
  • Michael Ebner, managing director, infrastructure, KGAL;
  • Craig Love, global head of structured finance, Lightsource bp, and;
  • Ivan Higueras, managing partner and co-founder, Gransolar Group.

This panel discussion originally took place during Solar Finance & Investment Europe 2021, which itself was held between 3 – 4 February 2021. The annual event, now in its seventh year, brings together the leading lights of Europe’s solar finance community. More details on the event can be found here.

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