Power Sector Reform - The Role of Solar PV

Free Webinar

Solar PV has reached almost 2% of participation in the Brazilian electricity mix in terms of installed capacity.

What are the main lessons learned, opportunities and challenges lying ahead? How can we be more prepared to changes in business models, regulation and system operation in order to better integrate solar PV?

In this webinar, we will talk about the main attributes and contributions of solar PV to the electricity market. 

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Date Thursday, March 26, 2020
Time 19:00 Central European Time (CET)
15:00 Brasilia Standard Time (BRT)
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Duration ca. 60 minutes
Fee Free of charge - limited participation

Emanuel Simon, Director Gas, Power, and Energy Futures, IHS Markit

Moderator Marcio Trannin, Vice-President of the Board of Administrators, ABSOLAR



Emanuel Simon, Diector Gas, Power, and Energy Futures, IHS Markit

Mr. Simon is director with the Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team at IHS Markit. He focuses on cost, technology, and power policies for Latin America. 
Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Simon was with Siemens (Chemtech), where he was involved in conceptual and detailed engineering design for projects in the oil and gas industry, energy efficiency, electrical power quality for industrial facilities, and risk analysis for the downstream sector. He also held a post as business developer engineer responsible for business strategies in the downstream and power sector. 

Marcio Trannin, Vice-President of the Board of Administrators, ABSOLAR

Vice-President of the Board of Administrators of ABSOLAR (Brazilian Photovoltaic Solar Energy Association) with 7+ years experience in Business Development and M&A in Renewables in Brazil and Uruguay, working for Enel Green Power. 13+ years experience in Regulatory Affairs and Energy Trading of several technologies (renewables, gas, large hidro plants) in Brazil, working for Enel. Institutional experience in Brazilian Electric Sector after more than 20 years working in the sector.