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Tuesday, 1 October (Pre-event)

Networking lunch

When: Tuesday, 1 October 2019, 12:00 - 13:00
Food & Drinks
When: Tuesday, 1 October 2019, 13:00 - 17:30
Topic 1

Session description

You need to register for this workshop to attend it.

The European PPA market is characterised with an estimated total utility and corporate long-term risk appetite of approximately 8-10 GW of new renewable capacity annually. PPAs are relatively complex, with numerous structures available and difficult to value. Our PPA experts will explain how to compare PPAs systematically and quantitatively.

Furthermore, to promote the rise in renewable energy investment and simplify transactions, a standardization of PPA has been developed. The European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) in close collaboration with Re-Source has published in June this year, a new standard PPA, the EFET standard Corporate Purchase Agreement (CPPA). Our PPA specialists will show how the standard can be applied for typical PPA use cases.

The session will be hosted by Pexapark - The renewable Swiss FinTech. Pexapark provides advisory, training and enterprise software for the monitoring and management of renewables in open markets. The start-up, founded in 2017, by Michael Waldner, Luca Pedretti and Florian Müller has grown rapidly working for more than 3,000MW of renewable projects throughout Europe and the US.

Pexapark PPA Academy registration

Learning objectives

This PPA workshop explores:

  • How to valuate and compare PPAs?
  • How to use the new EFET standard PPA and tailor it to your needs?

Programme

  • 13:00 - Welcome and Overview of the Academy Program
  • 13:15 - Introduction
  • 13:30 - PPA Trends in Europe
  • 14:00 - Value and compare PPAs - How to valuate and compare PPAs
  • 15:30 - Coffee Break
  • 16:00 - Use of the EFET standard PPA - How to use the new EFET standard PPA and tailor it to your needs
  • 17:15 - Wrap up of PPA Academy

Trainers

Michael Waldner

CEO & Co-Founder, Pexapark

Luca Pedretti

COO, Co-Founder, Pexapark

Jens Hollstein

Senior PPA Manager, Pexapark

When: Tuesday, 1 October 2019, 15:30 - 18:30
High-level & plenaries

Session description

This workshop is invitation only.

This year, we are providing a half-day program on 1st October, exclusively aimed at Corporate Buyers.

RE100 now brings together over 180 global corporate leaders, committed to sourcing 100% of their electricity from renewable sources. Each year we bring together our members at RE-Source and Climate Week NYC for our annual European and US member meetings. This year, we have decided to open our RE-Source members meeting to a wider group of corporate buyers.

This buyers-only event will strengthen the voices of leading corporate consumers of renewable electricity and unlock barriers to rapid progress against ambitious targets. By bringing together RE100 member companies with the wider buyer community, this workshop aims to identify priorities for collaborative and coordinated action, expand peer-to-peer learning and deliver a vital networking opportunity.

Companies are strongly encouraged to attend what will be a unique opportunity to accelerate the momentum for corporate renewable energy sourcing and contribute to the development of the corporate sourcing movement.

Learning objectives

This participatory, 3-hour workshop has three main objectives:

  • Provide practical information for both beginner and advanced RE buyers
  • Inspire companies to go further and faster on their renewable sourcing strategy
  • Provide companies with a unique opportunity to connect with their peers, exchange knowledge and identify collaboration opportunities
  • Provide an opportunity for companies to recommend future activities for RE-Source and RE100 in Europe

Wednesday, 2 October (Day one)

B2B matchmaking - Invitation only: Clean Energy Buyers, Strategic RE-Source Partners and Event Sponsors

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 9:00 - 10:30
High-level & plenaries

Official registration and welcome coffee

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 10:30 - 11:00
High-level & plenaries
When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 11:00 - 12:30
High-level & plenaries

Session description

High level decision makers and industry leaders from across Europe will discuss the legislative and business challenges and opportunities for the next decade. The corporate appetite for cost effective renewables is clear. However, the Clean Energy Package now needs to be implemented in a swift, positive and ideally, harmonized, way to help accelerate the uptake of corporate sourcing. The questions of what, how and who? will be addressed in this session.

Panel

Giles Dickson

CEO, WindEurope

Thorsten Herdan

Director General, Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

Walburga Hemetsberger

CEO, SolarPower Europe

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 12:00 - 13:30
Topic 4

Session description

Recently, Europe has witnessed an acceleration in the pace of corporate sourcing of renewables. This trend, however, has broadly been concentrated in a few countries with others failing to take off.

Identifying which barriers are holding back the expansion of corporate sourcing in these markets as well as working on the policy adjustments to stimulate a rapid scale-up of renewable energy sourcing activities is crucial to untapping this huge opportunity.

Learning objectives

During this 1.5 hour session we will discuss national challenges and barriers and specific country experiences, putting together recommendations and solutions for a consistent, credible and feasible approach to accelerate corporate sourcing nationally and across borders.

  • What are the main challenges and barriers holding back the development of corporate sourcing in this national market?
  • How can we make sure public policy supports corporate sourcing of renewable energy?
  • Who are the main players on the buy and supply side and what is the market potential?
  • Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and best practices from this market?
  • What are the recommendations, next steps and actions for this specific market to accelerate corporate sourcing?

Press briefing

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 12:30 - 13:30
High-level & plenaries

Standing lunch

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 12:30 - 14:00
Food & Drinks
When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 1

Session description

Leading clean energy buyers and suppliers will discuss the next phase of corporate sourcing based on their extensive experience.

Moderation

Bruce Douglas

Coordinator, RE-Source platform

Panel

Thierry Kalfon

Managing Director of ENGIE's Renewables Global Business Line, Engie

Ivor Catto

CEO, RES

Javier Vaquerizo

Head of Commercial Office, Enel Green Power

Fabien Vieau

Principal - Data Centers Energy & Location Strategy - EMEA, Google

Pablo Collado

RES Products and Solutions Director, Iberdrola Renewables

Vanessa Miler-Fels

Renewable energy and sustainability strategist, Microsoft

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 2

Session description

Blockchain and automated agents are buzzwords that follow any discussion about the future of peer to peer renewable energy trading. All of these terms need a proper discussion, yet the most important question remains: How far are we from the implementation of the world’s first Peer-To-Peer renewable energy procurement deal?

Trading renewable energy from Peer-to-Peer has huge potential to stabilise prices on the energy market. But, is this scenario feasible?

Learning objectives

This session would revolve around the successful implementation of this energy procurement model. It will focus on the following questions:

  • What is the current status of the application of Peer-to-Peer renewable energy procurement?
  • What are the main challenges preventing implementation of this model?
  • What are the possible solutions to push its uptake further?
  • And to what extent can technology enable real life application of this model?

Moderation

Mario Pavlovic

Product owner, Energy Web Foundation

Speakers

Caroline Brun Ellefsen

Global Head, Instatrust, New Energy Ventures, DNV GL

Kenneth Matthews

Senior Manager, AWS Energy Strategy|Amazon Web Services

Rustischka Sebnem

CTO, EnergiMine

Uli Schulze Südhoff

Director Business Development, EMEA, GE Renewable Energy

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 4

Session description

Recently, Europe has witnessed an acceleration in the pace of corporate sourcing of renewables. This trend, however, has broadly been concentrated in a few countries with others failing to take off.

Identifying which barriers are holding back the expansion of corporate sourcing in these markets as well as working on the policy adjustments to stimulate a rapid scale-up of renewable energy sourcing activities is crucial to untapping this huge opportunity.

Learning objectives

During this 1.5 hour session we will discuss national challenges and barriers and specific country experiences, putting together recommendations and solutions for a consistent, credible and feasible approach to accelerate corporate sourcing nationally and across borders.

  • What are the main challenges and barriers holding back the development of corporate sourcing in this national market?
  • How can we make sure public policy supports corporate sourcing of renewable energy?
  • Who are the main players on the buy and supply side and what is the market potential?
  • Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and best practices from this market?
  • What are the recommendations, next steps and actions for this specific market to accelerate corporate sourcing?

Coffee break

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 15:30 - 16:00
Breaks
When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 16:00 - 17:30
Topic 1

Session description

C-level leaders from the clean energy space discuss how energy consumers and corporate buyers can help accelerate the energy transition.

Moderation

Paula Abreu Marques

Head of Unit for Renewables and CCS policy, European Commission

Panel

Ditlev Engel

CEO Energy, DNV GL

Gunnar Groebler

Senior Vice President Wind, Vattenfall

Mark Widmar

CEO, First Solar

Matthias Taft

CEO, BayWa r.e.

Olivier Menuet

Senior Vice President Energy, SNCF Group

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 16:00 - 17:30
Topic 2

Session description

Onsite renewables have become a trend over the last few years in mining, cement and extractive industries. Wind in Northern Canada, South America, and Mauritania is booming, as well as solar in Africa and Australia. The business case for diesel reduction is often excellent at remote locations. At the same time, metal, mining and cement companies have signed significant PPAs around the world.

Learning objectives

This session revolves around:

  • An overview with of the main developments in the sector over the last years.
  • Power supply challenges in the mining industry today
  • On-grid vs off-grid mining operations
  • Different business models of corporate sourcing
  • Sustainability pressure throughout the supply chain
  • The Main barriers to the development of renewables

Moderation

Thomas Hillig

Managing Director, THEnergy

Speakers

Aidan Davy

Chief Operating Officer and director, ICCM

Alvaro Dorado Baselga

Vice President Energy Europe, Alcoa

Cillian O'Donghue

Energy & Climate Change Director, Eurometaux

Tor-Ove Horstad

Head of Energy Commercial, Norsk Hydro

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 16:00 - 17:30
Topic 4

Session description

Recently, Europe has witnessed an acceleration in the pace of corporate sourcing of renewables. This trend, however, has broadly been concentrated in a few countries with others failing to take off.

Identifying which barriers are holding back the expansion of corporate sourcing in these markets as well as working on the policy adjustments to stimulate a rapid scale-up of renewable energy sourcing activities is crucial to untapping this huge opportunity.

Learning objectives

During this 1.5 hour session we will discuss national challenges and barriers and specific country experiences, putting together recommendations and solutions for a consistent, credible and feasible approach to accelerate corporate sourcing nationally and across borders.

  • What are the main challenges and barriers holding back the development of corporate sourcing in this national market?
  • How can we make sure public policy supports corporate sourcing of renewable energy?
  • Who are the main players on the buy and supply side and what is the market potential?
  • Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and best practices from this market?
  • What are the recommendations, next steps and actions for this specific market to accelerate corporate sourcing?

Networking drinks

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 17:30 - 18:30
Food & Drinks

Gala dinner

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 19:00 - 22:00
Food & Drinks

After party

When: Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 22:00 - 2:00
Food & Drinks

Thursday, 3 October (Day two)

Official registration and welcome coffee

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 8:30 - 9:00
High-level & plenaries
When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 9:00 - 10:30
Topic 1

Session description

As corporate renewable PPAs evolve and companies continue to innovate, cross-border PPAs are emerging as an option to supply company operations with renewable electricity generated in other markets. We’ve seen the first cross-border PPAs signed in Europe, and potential for both corporate buyers and energy suppliers is huge.

A cross-border PPA is a corporate renewable PPA between a corporate buyer and supplier where the energy supply point is in a different market or country to the demand point.

Learning objectives

This session explores:

  • How the market for cross-border PPAs is evolving, and what project examples exist?
  • What challenges remain for cross-border PPAs, from a technical and strategic perspective?
  • Which key aspects should be considered in the decision-making process?

The session will bring perspectives from companies with practical experience setting up cross-border PPAs. It will be hosted by WBCSD to continue work in cross-border PPAs, and will be supported by MASEN, coordinators of the cross-border Sustainable Electricity Trade (SET) Roadmap initiative.

Moderation

Daniel Nathan

Senior Director, Wind Power & Head of Revenue, Ørsted

Speakers

Ali Zerouali

Cooperation Director, Masen - The Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy

Eduardo Gonzalez Sola

Director - Origination, Acciona Energía

John Powers

Vice President, Strategic Renewables, Schneider Electric

Lucy Hunt

Renewable Energy Associate, WBCSD

Zephyr Taylor

Global Director of Renewable Energy, Mars

Thomas Lingard

Global Climate & Environment Director, Unilever

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 9:00 - 10:30
Topic 2

Session description

The global energy transition requires everyone to be on board. It is an all hands-on deck situation where every contribution counts. There are small and medium sized companies signing PPAs and this is largely taking place outside of the spotlight. However, these successful practices must be shared in order to have more impact. How can SMEs adapt these experiences for their own specific needs?

Learning objectives

This session will focus on the following questions:

  • Are aggregation and multi-buyer PPAs viable options for SMEs?
  • What are the options to mobilize the use of renewable energy throughout the supply chain?
  • How can we speed up the uptake of renewable energy by SMEs?

Moderation

Merve Güngör

Asia & North Africa Liaison Coordinator, EKOenergy

Speakers

Alison Finch

VP Marketing Europe, SolarEdge Technologies

Arttur Kulvik

CEO, Solnet Group B.V.

Sam Kimmins

Head of RE100, The Climate Group

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 9:00 - 10:30
Topic 3

Session description

The entire mechanism for renewables procurement in Europe is governed by Article 19 of the recast Renewable Energy Directive, which came into force in December 2018. The article takes significant steps to strengthen energy attribute tracking through the Guarantee of Origin in Europe, but its ultimate success will depend on how effectively EU Member States implement the new law. To assist this work, RECS International has produced detailed guidance for national governments which it will explain and discuss in this in-depth workshop aimed both at regulators and at those working with them to ensure effective and efficient renewables markets in Europe.

Learning objectives

In this session we will to answer the following questions:

  • How could article 19 of the recast Renewable Energy Directive impact markets and systems for GOs in the coming years and what impact will this have on PPAs?
  • How does the new EU legislative framework for GOs differ from the one it is superseding – what are the key points for implementation at Member State level?
  • How should Member States be implementing the new EU law on Article 19?
  • Which EU Member States are leading the way in the use of GOs to support an accelerated and efficient energy transition?

Moderation

Pierre Tardieu

Chief Policy Officer, WindEurope

Speakers

Adam White

Director, RECS International

Sofia Pinto Barbosa

Representative, European Commission

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 9:00 - 10:30
Topic 4

Session description

Recently, Europe has witnessed an acceleration in the pace of corporate sourcing of renewables. This trend, however, has broadly been concentrated in a few countries with others failing to take off.

Identifying which barriers are holding back the expansion of corporate sourcing in these markets as well as working on the policy adjustments to stimulate a rapid scale-up of renewable energy sourcing activities is crucial to untapping this huge opportunity.

Learning objectives

During this 1.5 hour session we will discuss national challenges and barriers and specific country experiences, putting together recommendations and solutions for a consistent, credible and feasible approach to accelerate corporate sourcing nationally and across borders.

  • What are the main challenges and barriers holding back the development of corporate sourcing in this national market?
  • How can we make sure public policy supports corporate sourcing of renewable energy?
  • Who are the main players on the buy and supply side and what is the market potential?
  • Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and best practices from this market?
  • What are the recommendations, next steps and actions for this specific market to accelerate corporate sourcing?

Coffee break

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 10:30 - 11:00
Breaks
When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 11:00 - 12:30
Topic 1

Session description

The market for GOs in Europe continues to grow, providing opportunities and challenges for experienced players and new entrants alike. In order to maintain this growth and ensure the good functioning of GO systems and markets, it is essential that both current and potential users share a common understanding of how these systems work. This session will reinforce the facts of the GOs and EACs, while countering some fictions which have recently proliferated. Participants will hear from and be able to question expert speakers to boost their knowledge on this crucial market instrument which create the backbone of RE procurement in Europe.

Learning objectives

In this session we will to answer the following questions:

  • What are the developments of guarantees of origin in Europe and are these being replicated around the world?
  • How are GOs in Europe used, and how does this compare to other attribute tracking systems? In connection, how do corporate companies report to GHGP, CDP, RE100, LEED, ISO and others?
  • What are some of the common misconceptions about the use of GOs, including the concept of additionality and how new RES developments are supported?
  • What are the impacts of new technological developments, such as blockchains, on energy attribute tracking systems?

Moderation

Jared Braslawsky

Secretary General, Renewables Market Expert, RECS international

Speakers

Liesbeth Switten

Flemish Regulator for the Electricity and Gas market, AIB

Tom Lindberg

CEO, Ecohz

Doug Miller

Market Development Manager, Energy Web Foundation

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 11:00 - 12:30
Topic 2

Session description

A key player in sealing the deal in corporate sourcing is of course the bank or financier putting up the money for the project. What are they looking for when they look at a corporate PPA? How are they reassured as far as the bankability of the offtaker is concerned – and is aggregation a potential solution? And can PPAs impact the accounting and financial reporting of corporate energy buyers, and how can any adverse impacts be mitigated?

Learning objectives

  • Financing PPAs with debt and equity: potential pitfalls
  • How to mitigate risks around the creditworthiness and bankability of offtakers? The role of credit ratings
  • How PPA structures can lead to derivative accounting
  • How to account for a PPA under either GAAP or IFRS standards, and how can a PPA change which standard the corporate falls under?

Speakers

Ciaran O'Brien

Head Of Business Development, Brookfield Renewable UK & Ireland

Femmy Wervers

Managing Director, OutSmart

Elizabeth Reid

Partner, Bird & Bird

Jerome Malka

Head of Green Power, ENGIE Global Markets

Graeme Brownlie

Principal Category Manager Energy Procurement & Technology, Vodafone Group

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 11:00 - 12:30
Topic 3

Session description

Many commercial businesses are now making the most of on-site generation. Having large land, parking lots or rooftop areas available at their sites means that they can benefit from "behind the meter" electricity at a significantly lower cost than grid supply. On-site can be used as a primary or back-up source of power and offers numerous advantages such as finance options that require little to no upfront investment and capital expenditures (CAPEX), the possibility of having a third party operating and maintaining installations, rather than developing the necessary internal expertise and having operational expenditures (OPEX). On-site generation also creates opportunities for energy storage solutions, increasing flexibility for the off-takers and helping reduce peak demand charges and leverage generation on weekends and holidays.

Learning objectives

In this session, we will dig deeper on the synergies with onsite technologies considering the current state of the market for battery solutions and the potential for storage to reduce on-site costs.

  • What is the market for onsite generation and energy storage?
  • What are Power Purchase Agreements for on-site installations?
  • How can storage competitively support supply and offer cost effective solutions to firm up the variable supply from solar and wind?
  • New offtake agreements for energy storage facilities, what terms should developers use?
  • Combining solar, storage and diesel generation as part of a local grid-connected microgrid and Uninterruptible Power Supply package

Moderation

Robert Clover

Managing Director, FTI Consulting

Speakers

Andrea Grotzke

Global Director of Energy Solutions, BayWa r.e.

Aurelie Beauvais

Policy Director, SolarPower Europe

Esther Finidori

Director Sustainable Supply Chain & CO2 Strategic Leader, Schneider

Joeri Moons

Environment & Maintenance Leader, Decathlon

John Harris

Sales and Operations Manager, Renewable Energy Investments, Ingka Group (strategic partner of IKEA)

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 11:00 - 12:30
Topic 4

Session description

Recently, Europe has witnessed an acceleration in the pace of corporate sourcing of renewables. This trend, however, has broadly been concentrated in a few countries with others failing to take off.

Identifying which barriers are holding back the expansion of corporate sourcing in these markets as well as working on the policy adjustments to stimulate a rapid scale-up of renewable energy sourcing activities is crucial to untapping this huge opportunity.

Learning objectives

During this 1.5 hour session we will discuss national challenges and barriers and specific country experiences, putting together recommendations and solutions for a consistent, credible and feasible approach to accelerate corporate sourcing nationally and across borders.

  • What are the main challenges and barriers holding back the development of corporate sourcing in this national market?
  • How can we make sure public policy supports corporate sourcing of renewable energy?
  • Who are the main players on the buy and supply side and what is the market potential?
  • Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and best practices from this market?
  • What are the recommendations, next steps and actions for this specific market to accelerate corporate sourcing?

Standing Lunch

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 12:30 - 14:00
Food & Drinks
When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 1

Session description

PPA deals are have so far tended to be lengthy, expensive and complicated. In order to accelerate the uptake, especially with new entrant corporates, we need to simplify and reduce the risk associated with the deals.

Learning objectives

  • What can be done to standardise and simplify transactions?
  • What is the EFET / RE-Source standard CPPA and how will it help?

Moderation

Jan Haizmann

Chairman, EFET Legal Committee

Speakers

Helen Dewhurst

Corporate Sustainability Associate, Bloomberg New Energy Finance – BNEF

Lucien J.W. Wiegers

Director, Head of Trading, Asset & Portfolio Management, ENECO Energy Trade

Michael Waldner

CEO & Co-Founder, Pexapark

Natasha Luther-Jones

Partner and Global Co-Chair, Energy and Natural Resources Sector, DLA Piper

Viviana Ciancibello

Business Development, European Power Derivatives, European Energy Exchange AG

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 2

Session description

Corporate PPAs are a highly complex field with multiple options – so how can innovations simplify this and encourage a greater take-up? This technical session will delve into some of the legal, financial and physical developments that are seeking to clarify risks and quantify benefits for the various parties involved. The discussion with the panelists will cover innovation in virtual vs physical vs firmed structures, new legal approaches, and other ways of sharing/reducing risk between parties – all with a view to simplify a route through the PPA maze!

Learning objectives

  • How can volume risk and shape risk be mitigated and shared in virtual and physical PPAs?
  • How can credit risk and market risk be managed and quantified in floating and fixed price PPAs?
  • Is there a way to simplify 14 different models of corporate renewable power procurement?

Moderation

Phil Dominy

Director, Corporate Finance - Energy & Infrastructure, EY

Speakers

Andrew Hedges

Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

Cindy Kohuska

Global Manager Energy and Utilities, Danone

Glenn Harris

Head of Origination, Energy Marketing & Trading, Centrica

Rob Williams

General Manager, Procurement, BT

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 3

Session description

The evolving energy transition is not only impacting energy companies and technology providers, but also affects the roles and responsibilities energy users define for their company – how they reduce energy consumption, how they source energy for their business and how they interact with their value chain.

Energy users can use the energy system transformation to their advantage and become a more efficient, more circular and low-carbon company. An integrated energy strategy helps companies achieve this. It sets out how to achieve a company’s energy-related financial and environmental objectives – considering all energy uses from power, heating, cooling and transport for its operations and across its value chain.

Learning objectives

Join this session to learn:

  • What an integrated energy strategy is
  • Why your company needs one to successfully achieve its sustainable energy objectives
  • How to build and deploy it in an integrated approach, looking beyond your companies’ own operations and working together with suppliers and customers.

Moderation

Mariana Heinrich

Manager, Climate & Energy, WBCSD

Speakers

Richard Tarboton

Director of Strategic Services, Carbon Credentials

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
Topic 4

Session description

Recently, Europe has witnessed an acceleration in the pace of corporate sourcing of renewables. This trend, however, has broadly been concentrated in a few countries with others failing to take off.

Identifying which barriers are holding back the expansion of corporate sourcing in these markets as well as working on the policy adjustments to stimulate a rapid scale-up of renewable energy sourcing activities is crucial to untapping this huge opportunity.

Learning objectives

During this 1.5 hour session we will discuss national challenges and barriers and specific country experiences, putting together recommendations and solutions for a consistent, credible and feasible approach to accelerate corporate sourcing nationally and across borders.

  • What are the main challenges and barriers holding back the development of corporate sourcing in this national market?
  • How can we make sure public policy supports corporate sourcing of renewable energy?
  • Who are the main players on the buy and supply side and what is the market potential?
  • Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and best practices from this market?
  • What are the recommendations, next steps and actions for this specific market to accelerate corporate sourcing?

Networking drinks

When: Thursday, 3 October 2019, 15:30 - 18:00
Food & Drinks