Event Start:
27/11/18 15:30
Event End:
27/11/18 18:30
De Rode Olifant, Zuid Hollandlaan 7, 2596 AL The Hague, The Netherlands
Event Summary:

IPFA Europe: The Hague: Solar - The Future is Shining

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The Netherlands is one of the most interesting renewable energy markets in Europe at the moment, amongst other things, due to an attractive subsidy incentive scheme. Solar energy is an abundant and renewable energy source.  There is a lot of appetite from developers, investors and financiers to get involved in renewable energy projects and in particular solar is on the rise. By participating at this interesting event you will learn about the bright outlook for solar growth and the role of solar in the future energy mix.  Key players from across all facets of solar industry will share insights and discuss threads and opportunities and key trends impacting the sector.


15.30 Registration


16.00 Welcome & Introduction

Pauline van Abswoude, Senior Manager Public Finance, BNG Bank


16.10 Energy Transition and The Role of Solar Energy

Theo Bosma, Program Director Power and Renewables, DNV GL Group


16.30 Solar as a Service

Leendert Florusse, CEO, Rooftop Energy


16.50 Renewable Energy Projects on State Property

Petra Meijboom, Programme Manager, Rijksvastgoedbedrijf


17.10 Legal Issues and Bankability

Wouter Hertzberger, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP


17.30 Panel Discussion & Q&A

Moderated by: Arent van Wassenaer, Owner, The Faithful Goose


Theo Bosma, DNV GL Group

Leendert Florusse, Rooftop Energy

Wouter Hertzberger, Norton Rose Fulbright

Petra Meijboom, Rijksvastgoedbedrijf


18.15 Closing Remarks

Arent van Wassenaer, Owner, The Faithful Goose


18.20 IPFA Update

Pauline van Abswoude, Council Member, IPFA Netherlands


18.25 Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by BNG and The Faithful Goose


This event will be held in English.



BNG Bank

The Faithful Goose B.V.


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