Launch event: Study on green PPAs in Italy – Power Market Outlook 2019 – 2050
Italy has favourable conditions for a rapid growth of renewable capacity that will be realized both via tenders and PPA-backed merchant investments. At the moment this development focuses merely on utility-scale PV projects, but also wind energy is at the verge of market parity. Where will this development lead in future and what needs to be considered when planning and investing in Italian RES projects with PPAs or tenders?
enervis and Bird & Bird have joined forces to answer these questions. Join us for a free evening event in Munich to learn more about the key findings on trends and outlooks on green PPAs, power market developments and renewable capture prices within our Italian Power Market Outlook 2019 – 2050.
19.00 Welcome and Introduction
19.15 – 19.35 Overview on regulatory framework
- Italian energy policy targets
- Outlook on the planned tender system
- Regulatory and market framework for PPAs
19.35 – 19.55 Power market outlook
- Market framework, price zones, market drivers
- Future development of RES capacities (tender & PPAs)
- Outlook on capture prices for PV and wind
- Threat of cannibalization for RES projects
19.55 – 20.15 Discussion and Q & A
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With the study “Italian Power Market Outlook 2019 – 2050” enervis and Bird & Bird provide investors, project developers, banks and utilities with a comprehensive and quantitative basis for evaluation of activities in the Italian power market, especially for merchant renewables and green PPAs. The study covers a long-term view up to the year 2050. It contains comprehensive information on the current legal and regulatory framework of the Italian power market, merely focusing on renewable PPAs.
In addition, the study provides a long-term scenario forecast of future power prices and capture prices for PV and wind in Italy up to the year 2050. The study combines the expert knowledge of Bird&Bird lawyers from Milan and Rome regarding the current Italian regulatory framework and its abundant PPA market experience with the long-established power market modelling expertise of enervis.