35th EU PVSEC, 24 - 28 September 2018
SQUARE - Brussels Meeting Centre, Brussels, Belgium

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Crowdfunding for PV projects

prepared in the framework of the European project CrowdFundRES co-financed by the European Commission under H2020 Programme
Day: Monday, 25 September 2017
Time: 13:30 – 18:00
Site: EU PVSEC at RAI Convention & Exhibition Centre, Amsterdam
Access: Open to all registered participants of the EU PVSEC. The workshop registration is free of charge but mandatory at the link: Register

The project CrowdFundRES recognises the vast potential of crowdfunding for financing renewable energy projects and brings together the three following target groups: renewable energy project developers, citizen and representatives from the financial sector investing in PV projects and crowdfunding platforms acting as intermediaries between the public and the project developers.

This workshop will provide participants with ideas and examples of successful PV projects financed via crowdfunding, as well as with an overview on the challenges and potential measures to overcome them.

Enabling Photovoltaic integration by delivering flexibility to the energy market

jointly prepared in the framework of the European projects BestRES and IndustRE co-financed by the European Commission under H2020 Programme
Day: Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Time: 09:00 – 12:00
Site: EU PVSEC at RAI Convention & Exhibition Centre, Amsterdam
Access: Open to all registered participants of the EU PVSEC. The workshop registration is free of charge but mandatory at the link: Register

The variable nature of some renewable sources, like solar energy, imposes extra requirements and costs for their integration in power systems and markets. The flexibility of large electricity users and the aggregation of smaller users of distributed generation resources can facilitate the integration of variable renewable energy, while reducing the overall power system costs. This workshop offers a unique opportunity to find more about how this works in practice, the potential of power system savings and how to benefit from participating in this market. The discussion will be based on the outcomes of the BestRES project, which deals with aggregation of renewable energy sources, and IndustRE, which deals with flexibility in the electricity demand of large industries.

Coordination of the Technical Programme

1 0 EC JRC

 

Institutional PV Industry Cooperation

2 1 SolarPowerEurope     2 2 SOLARUNITED

Institutional Support

1 1 EC

1 2 UNESCO

1 3 WCRE

 Supporting Organisations

  • 3 1 ESA
  • 3 2 EREF
  • 3 3 EUFORES
  • 3 4 REN21
  • 3 5 IEA PVPS
  • 3 6 EUPVTP
  • 3 7 0 TKI
  • 3 7 EUREC
  • 3 8 ARE

 

Supporting Associations

  • 4 1 AIE
  • 4 2 CABA
  • 4 3 EPIC
  • 4 4 SASIA
  • 4 5 AREA
  • 4 6 GENSED
  • 4 7 MPIA

 

Cooperating Events

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