Energy Storage Latin America Goes Virtual


EMPOWERING THE TECHNOLOGIES KEY TO LATIN AMERICA'S RENEWABLE TRANSITION


23-25 June 2020

Introducing our latest speaker...

Vice Minister

Diego Mesa Puyo

Deputy Minister of Energy for the Republic of Colombia

What can you expect from Energy Storage Latin America Virtual?

200+ Delegates

40+ Speakers

10+ of Scheduled Networking

12+ Hours of Industry Discussion

In partnership with:

Hector Olea

Presidente & CEO

GAUSS ENERGIA

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Doris Capurro

CEO and Founder

LUFT ENERGÍA

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Juan Manuel Alzate

Lider Innovación

CELSIA

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Elena Bugallal

Managing Director - Colombia

COLOMBUS INFRA

Latin America is a vast region full of diverse cultures, economies and people. Despite these differences, the entire continent is on a shared journey towards a new energy world.

With some of the highest rates of urbanization in the world, ageing infrastructure and a growing demand for electricity, the market is ripe for significant investment across the entire energy value chain.

The focus for governments across the region is to accelerate a decentralized, decarbonized and intelligent energy industry. In order to do this, the region must invest in more energy from non-hydro renewables and battery storage than ever before.

We are already seeing a shift in engagement and awareness in the sector, with more renewable projects planning for implementation of storage than ever before, and the buzz in the industry is palpable.

With the promise from 9 countries across the region to increase their combined renewable energy capacity to 312GW by 2030, the decrease in battery costs and an appetite for change, energy storage will play a fundamental role throughout the entire value chain.

LATIN AMERICA’S MOMENT IN THE SUN

Myths, risks and opportunities in Latin America’s top two solar markets

 

What Will Be Discussed?

The Energy Storage Latin America agenda provides the industry with an unrivaled opportunity to discuss how the region is set to unlock the full potential of energy storage, accelerate deployment and address the main regulatory and financing challenges.

  • The changing market
  • Regulatory environment
  • Best practice for attracting investment
  • Active and pending projects
  • Power resilience & grid stability
  • New storage technologies

Who Will You Meet?

BUYSIDE

  • Asset Owners
  • Debt & Equity Providers
  • Developers
  • ESCOs
  • Government Officials
  • Housing Associations
  • Large Energy Buyers
  • Local Authorities
  • Transmission and Distribution, Regulators
  • Utilities

SELLSIDE

  • Accountants
  • Aggregators
  • Distributors
  • EPCs
  • Energy Traders
  • Law Firms
  • Manufacturers
  • Software Providers
  • Systems Integrators
  • Technical Advisors

POLICY MAKERS

Government, Regulators and Associations

2020 Sponsors

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsors

Event Partners

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FAQs

Get Involved How do I register for Energy Storage Latin America Virtual You can register by visiting our ticket page this also provides all relevant information and pricing. How much is it to attend Energy Storage Latin America Virtual? Please visit our ticket page for all relevant information and pricing.…
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