2022 is expected to become another record-breaking year, but will also come with strong challenges. With the increased difficulty in securing project development contracts, and an unstable supply chain plagued by module scarcity and pricing spikes, it is crucial to keep operational plants running at their highest-possible efficiency.
In 2021, European solar markets registered another record year, jointly adding 25.9 GW of new solar PV capacity to their grids. These new additions brought the total tally of European PV installations to 164.9 GW. The portfolios mentioned in this list together account for a massive 33 GW chunk of that pie. Download the Top 50 overview to dive into the specifics of these portfolios! Returning for its 10th edition, this event will once again be the key meeting place for the European solar market, allowing you to reconnect with your industry peers and gain the latest insights into the major trends and development in the financial and technical solar asset management field. Many of the companies listed in the overview will be represented at the event, both in the audience and on stage, sharing their expertise and leading views.