ICIS Webinar: Trends in renewable energy support: is the Spanish case a forerunner for the rest of the EU?

12 July 2018 at 15:00 CEST / 14:00 BST

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Spain is on the cusp of a subsidy-free renewable revolution, with a recent energy commission report to the government suggesting that 88GW of solar and wind could be installed by 2030 if the right policies are put in place.

However, the country’s energy market faces significant uncertainties with the government’s long-term plans having been repeatedly delayed and indecision over the future of coal and nuclear plants.

During this webinar we will shed light on the future direction of Spanish energy policy to 2030, putting developments in the wider context of the soon to be agreed EU clean energy package.

The webinar will cover European renewable targets for 2020 and 2030, the evolving support mechanisms for renewables, the outlook for subsidy-free solar and wind, and the debate over coal and nuclear phase-out.


Matthew Jones

Matthew Jones
Senior Analyst – EU Power and Carbon Markets, ICIS

Matthew has provided quantitative and quantitative analysis on range of European power markets, with particular focus on EU regulations. He has 7 years’ experience in the energy sector, having previously worked as a consultant before joining ICIS in April 2016.

Anise Ganbold

Anise Ganbold
Senior Analyst – EU Power and Carbon Markets, ICIS

Anise joined ICIS in May 2018 and provides quantitative and qualitative analysis on European power markets for the newly launched Power Perspective Portal. Previously, Anise was a European gas and power analyst with S&P Global Platts and Eclipse Energy Group.

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