Solar PV capacity in Europe is expected to double by 2030 and more than quadruple by 2050, driven by ambitious decarbonisation targets and effective national support schemes. These capacity additions represent a significant investment opportunity of at least 340 billion € to 2050, making Europe one of the leading regions for solar PV investments globally.
To help you capitalise on this growing market, we have published the first edition of the European Solar Markets Attractiveness Report. Investors, developers, fund managers, and others looking to move into new markets in Europe require comprehensive market scanning information. This timely report provides a comprehensive overview of 24 European markets and their key underlying value drivers for solar PV deployment, helping you conduct initial market scanning to identify the most attractive markets for investment into utility-scale solar PV.
The European Solar Markets Attractiveness Report benefits from our on-the-ground expertise and relationships, with 100+ analysts in 6 European locations providing insights into country-specific policies and regulation and identifying emerging opportunities and challenges for each market. The market projections contained in the report are based on our fundamental market modelling, which provides a robust basis for market players to assess market sizing, value drivers and capture price dynamics within and between markets.
The report is divided into 5 sections and includes 54 slides of data, charts, and analysis, and is supplemented by an Excel Databook. The report’s comprehensive ranking system which uses 9 metrics, covering market size, policy environment, and project economics, produces compound scores to indicate the attractiveness of each market for solar investments. All of the underlying data used to produce the scoring is contained in the Databook, enabling you to review Aurora’s assumptions in a transparent manner and develop your own scenarios for further analysis.
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