Sustaining the Continued Growth of the Hungarian Solar PV Market
Returning Solarplaza Summit to take stock of the key opportunities and challenges,
The Hungarian solar PV market is ready to grow and is flush with investment opportunity, but also faces grid capacity challenges and uncertainty related to balancing costs. The third edition of the Solarplaza Summit Hungary will once again provide the crucial platform for gaining key market insights and business connections to cement your position in the Hungarian solar PV market.
Adding more than 500 MW of PV capacity in 2021, Hungary has crossed the threshold of 2.5 GW of cumulative capacity and has set its sights on reaching 6.5 GW by 2030. The Hungarian PV market has proven to be an attractive hotspot for international developers and investors, especially under the tender scheme which has evolved into the latest METAR tender rounds. According to Mordor Intelligence, the country’s RE market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 4% during the period 2022-2025. However, the additional PV capacity planned for the coming years is being challenged by severe grid issues which limit the expansion of new large-scale power plants alongside uncertainties related to balancing costs.
Knowledge and expertise on these matters are essential if you want to enter and continually succeed in the market. The Solarplaza Summit Hungary, a highly-focused 1-day conference, will provide an in-depth market perspective - from and for large-scale developers, asset managers, and investors - on operational strategies and visions for the Hungarian solar industry.
Leverage your position in one of Europe’s most dynamic solar energy markets by attending this event and enjoy networking opportunities with leading international and local experts. Get on top of your Hungarian solar efforts; and accelerate them through your participation in the Solarplaza Summit Hungary.
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