Aurora was delighted to host the first German Renewables Summit on Wednesday 12 June in Berlin, where we gathered key decision makers from industry, investors, developers, and regulation to assess the future of renewables in Germany.
Sustained technology cost declines, rising power prices and competition have now allowed the economics of renewables to work without government support, indicated by zero bids and announcements of installations outside the EEG. This challenges today’s investment strategy, financing and commercialisation of wind and solar. During the event we discussed how the regulator can facilitate the transition to merchant renewables and the role of PPAs.
We believe that attendees left with fresh perspectives to inform their own strategy for the post-EEG era. In this focused, half day session, key topics were underlined by original analysis and forecasting by Aurora and perspectives from leading figures in industry, finance and scientific research.
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German Renewables Summit 2019 Speakers
12.30 – Registration, light lunch & coffee
13.30 – 13.45: Welcome & Aurora insights: the transition to merchant renewables and the respective role of PPAs
13.45 – 14.10: Keynote: Thomas Bareiß, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
14.10 – 14.20: Keynote: BDEW’s three pillar model – Stefan Kapferer, BDEW
14.20 – 15.15: Panel: Policies and best practices for the post-subsidy era in Germany
Speaker: Marie-Luise Pörtner, BayWa r.e., Stefan Kapferer, BDEW, Thorsten Lenck, Agora Energiewende, Volker Malmen, Ørsted
15.15 – 15.50: Coffee and networking break
15.50 – 16.45: Aurora Insight & Panel: Renewable PPAs – who can best manage the risk and what´s a fair value for PPAs?
Speaker: Catrin Jung, Vattenfall, Berthold Bonanni, Commerzbank, Maximilian Uibeleisen, Ashurst
16.45 – 18.15: Drinks reception and networking sponsored by First Solar