EMPOWERING THE TECHNOLOGIES KEY TO LATIN AMERICA'S RENEWABLE TRANSITION


23-24 June 2020 | Bogotá , Colombia

UPDATE ON Energy Storage Latin America Summit (COVID-19)

Due to the escalating COVID-19 situation, we have decided to postpone Energy Storage Latam until 23rd – 24th  June 2020.

All registrations, guest invitations and sponsorship contracts will be honoured for the event in June and the venue will remain the same. We are working with speakers to reconfirm their participation and will update the agenda accordingly within the next week.

We apologise for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you in June.

If you have any questions, please contact energystorage@solarmedia.co.uk

 

In partnership with:

HIGHLIGHTED SPEAKERS

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Julian Zuluaga

Jefe de la Oficina de Asuntos Regulatorios

Ministerio de Minas y Energía

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Martin Mandarano

CEO

YPF LUZ

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Pedro Bejarano Silva

Director General

IPSE

Juan Manuel Alzate

Director de Innovación

CELSIA

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Ramon Leon Candela

Program Manager, Intelligent Energy and New Energy Businesses

ISA S.A.

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Daniel Garrido

Head of Business Development - Chile

SONNEDIX

200+ Delegates

50+ Speakers

6+ of Scheduled Networking

16+ Hours of Industry Discussion

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.

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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

  • UTILITIES
  • GRID OPERATORS
  • TRANSMISSION OPERATORS
  • ENERGY PROVIDERS
  • DEVELOPERS
  • LOCAL AUTHORITIES
  • LARGE ENERGY BUYERS
  • INVERSIONISTAS/FINANCIEROS/
    BANCOS
  • WHOLESALE TRADERS
  • ASSET OWNERS
  • LANDOWNERS

SELLSIDE

  • EPCs
  • SYSTEM INTEGRATORS
  • AGGREGATORS
  • STATIONARY & MOBILE STORAGE
  • SOFTWARE & DATA ANALYTICS
  • ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • DISTRIBUTORS
  • TECHNICAL ADVISORS
  • INSURANCE
  • LAW FIRMS

POLICY MAKERS

Government, Regulators and Associations

2020 Sponsors

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsors

Supported by

Exhibitor

Event Partners

News & Blogs

Neoen slashes 2021 targets due to COVID-19 after buoyant solar year

Neoen slashes 2021 targets due to COVID-19 after buoyant solar year

Firm believes long-term renewable growth is assured but trims €400m EBITDA guidance for next year, amid talk of pandemic disrupting construction timetables.
Anglo American inks US$190m deal with Atlas for Brazilian PV

Anglo American inks US$190m deal with Atlas for Brazilian PV

Deal touted as “largest solar contract” ever signed in Brazil will support development of 330MW PV plant in southeast of country, set to power miner’s nickel and iron operations.
LatAm round-up: AES’ 1.6GW push, Biggest PV bond, Voltalia in Brazil

LatAm round-up: AES’ 1.6GW push, Biggest PV bond, Voltalia in Brazil

Chile and Colombia targeted for major buildout of PV and wind, Atlas issues US$253m green bond for Chilean projects, Voltalia’s largest PV project to supply resin group.
Mexican president stands by clampdown against renewable ‘privileges’

Mexican president stands by clampdown against renewable ‘privileges’

López Obrador says ‘people were cheated’ as he publicly endorses plans to reopen green energy auction contracts, signed as part of his predecessor’s ‘failed’ energy reform.
Powertis cements Brazil position with 765MW PV portfolio

Powertis cements Brazil position with 765MW PV portfolio

Utility-scale PV developer Powertis has put its name to a 765MW portfolio of solar projects in Brazil.

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