PV Power Plants 2014  Türkiye Konferansı 9-10 Nisan İstanbul

PV Power Plants 2014 Türkiye Konferansı 9-10 Nisan İstanbul

PV Power Plants 2014  Türkiye Konferansı: Yeni Stratejiler ve Gelişmekte Olan Piyasalar, Avrupa’daki ve Ortadoğu-Kuzey Afrika bölgesindeki fotovoltaik piyasalarına mercek tutuyor.

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PV Power Plants konferansı, 9-10 Nisan 2014 tarihlerinde İstanbul DoubleTree by Hilton Avcılar Otel’de gerçekleştirilecek. Konferans, Avrupa’nın ve Ortadoğu-Kuzey Afrika bölgesinin gelecek vaat eden fotovoltaik (güneş enerjisi ile elektrik üretimi) piyasaları hakkında ayrıntılı bilgi sunmayı amaçlıyor. Ana odağı Türkiye’nin gelişmekte olan fotovoltaik piyasası olan konferans İngilizce yapılacak.

Türkiye, uluslararası fotovoltaik endüstrisi için geleceğin belli başlı pazarlarından birini oluşturuyor. Sektörün ve teknoloji alanının önde gelen uzmanlarını ulusal ve uluslararası yatırımcılarla bir araya getircek olan konferansta yeni trend ve gelişmeler ele alınacak.
Güneş enerjisi Türkiye’de giderek önem kazanıyor. 2013 yılında güneş enerjisine ayrılan fonlar iki katına çıkarıldı ve kapasitesi 1 megavata kadar olan fotovoltaik sistemler devlet tarafından destekleniyor.Öz tüketim projeleriyle ilgili sınırlamalar da kaldırıldı.

Proje finansmanı olanakları ele alınacak

Konferans, Türkiye’deki güneş enerjisi piyasasının hukuki, teknik ve ekonomik koşullarını ve proje finansmanı olanaklarını kapsamlı biçimde ele alacak. Katılımcılar ayrıca güneş enerjisi santrallerini ruhsatlandırma durumu, lokal enerji üretimi ve öz tüketim projeleri konularına ilişkin detaylı bilgiler alacak. Türk öz tüketim projelerinin yanında uluslararası projeler de sunulacak.
“Türkiye’deki PV Projelerinin Kalitesi” ve “Türkiye’de Şebeke Bağlantısı ve Enerji Depolama” konularında yapılacak iki atölye çalışması Türk yatırımcıların ve enerji tedarikçilerinin özel ilgisini hak ediyor. Atölye çalışmalarına konferanstan bağımsız olarak katılım olanağı da sunuluyor.
Avrupa’daki ve Ortadoğu – Kuzey Afrika bölgesindeki diğer piyasaların yanı sıra teknik yenilikler, geleceğin iş modellerine dönük stratejiler ve enerji depolama da etkinliğin başlıca konuları arasında yer alıyor.
Konferansa modül, hücre ve komponent üretimi alanlarından uluslararası temsilciler, yan sanayi temsilcileri, şebeke işletmecileri ve enerji tedarikçileri, proje geliştiricileri, planlamacılar, sigortacılar, yatırımcılar ve hukuk firması temsilcileri katılacak.
PV Power Plants 2014, yenilenebilir enerji konusunda profesyonel bilgi hizmetleri sunan Solarpraxis AG tarafından düzenleniyor.
Program ve kayıt konusunda daha ayrıntılı bilgi için: http://www.solarpraxis.de/en/conferences/pv-power-plants-turkey/general-information/
Solarpraxis AG hakkında

Conference Program 9 April 2014

09:30 Registration
10:20 Opening Words and Welcome by the conference organizer

  • Amelie Wachner, Solarpraxis AG
  • Valentin Ade, pv magazine
10:30 Keynote
Sebahattin Öz, Yenilenebilir Enerji Genel Müdürlüğü (General Directorate of Renewable Energy)
Opening Session: The Moment We Have been Waiting for? Status quo and Outlook for PV in Turkey
Our opening session shall get you up-to speed about the developments for the Turkish market. The market knows two segments, the license-free segment up to 1MW with a FiT of 13.3 US Cents/kWh and the large-scale segment that requires licensing. Self-Consumption installations are now free from size restrictions. What is the status quo of the licenses? Will there be new developments regarding the FiT and what is the outlook for Self-Consumption projects? Our speakers from government institutions as well as market experts will give up-to date information, and an ample Q&A session will give you the possibility to ask your specific questions.
Session Chair: Başak Avcı, Prime Ministry Investment Support and Promotion Agency (ISPAT)
11:00 Overview of the Turkish PV Market: Potential and Challanges
Professor Dr. Şener Oktik, GENSED
11:20 Licensing of PV Projects
Bilal Şimşek, TEDAŞ
11:40 The Future for Large Scale PV Projects in Turkey
Professor Dr. Mustafa Tırıs, T-Dinamik Energy Company
Presentation in Turkish, interpretation available
12:00 The Future of the License Free Market Segment in Turkey
Yalçın Kıroğlu, LI-DER (Unlicensed Electricity Generation Association)
Presentation in Turkish, interpretation available
12:20 Q&A
12:30 Lunch Break

 

Forum 1 Forum 2
Planning of PV Projects in Turkey
Hard Facts and guidelines for Project Development in Turkey. Our speakers give you vital information so that you can plan your strategy for your entry in the Turkish PV market
The Future of PV Power Plants I: New Developments in Energy Storage, Self-Consumption and Financing
The PV World is undergoing a transition – more and more markets are moving away from the FiT system and towards a tender system or the support of Self-Consumption (as is the case in Turkey). But what is technically possible and which role is Energy Storage going to play? And most importantly, under which mechanisms will PV Power Plants most likely be financed in the future?
Session Chair: Yalçın Altuntaş, Borusan EnBW Energy Session Chair: Götz Fischbeck, Smart Solar Consulting
14:00 Financing of PV Projects in Turkey
Özgür Özcan, İKAROS Solar Enerji
Finding the Right Business Model: Comparison of PV-Energy Self-Consumption between Turkey and Europe
Dr. Karl Zrost, Energynious
14:20 Legal and Tax Requirements for PV Project Development in Turkey
Handan Ilhan, Inopra
The Effect of Input Data Resolution on the Self-Consumption Analysis of Commercial Consumers 
Deniz Urla, Conergy
14:40 Benefits of Advanced, Local PV Manufacturing Facilities with Optimized Capacity and Leading Edge Technology
Dr. Klaus Eberhardt, M+W Group
Modeling and Simulation of a Megawatt-Scale Vanadium Redox-Flow Battery (VRFB) for Grid Integration
Dr. Stanislav Vasíc, Next Energy
15:00 Analysis and Comparison of Industrial Self-Consumption Projects Planning, Development and Operation Practices – International vs Turkish Markets 
Candan Ergeneman, DEEA Solutions GmbH
Discussion Panel: The Financing Opportunities for PV Power Plants: Where is the Market Heading?

  • Al Dahya, SunEdison
  • Deniz Selkan Polatkan, Motif Proje
  • Vahid Fotuhi, MESIA
  • Matthias Altieri, Minerva Capital Partners
15:20 Distributed Solar Power Generation in Turkey and its Impacts on Utilitites’ Business Models
Hannes Beushausen, Apricum
15:40 Q&A Q&A

 

16:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by

Forum 1 Forum 2
Lessons Learned: Experiences with PV in Turkey
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice – but reality may be a different matter altogether. Draw from the experiences that Turkish as well as international actors have had in this exciting market and adjust your strategy accordingly!
The Future of PV Power Plants II: Reducing Costs, increasing Yields
Not in all countries a political focus is laid on large scale pv plants. Where and why will large plants be built during the next years and which specific challenges and opportunities do they face?
Session Chair: Mürşat Özkaya, LI-DER (Unlicensed Electricity Generation Association) Session Chair: Levent Gun, Ampt
16.30 Project Acquisition in Turkey: Unlicensed Segment
Özer Kara, Seul-EltemTek Enerji Sistemleri
The Future of Utility-Scale PV Systems
Thomas Götz, SMA
16:50 Project Acquisition in Turkey: Large Scale
Matthew Vogel, Alternativ Investments
Improving Plant Performance and Reducing Costs through Distributed Power Conversion 
Stephen Shirey, LTiREEnergy
17:10 Experiences with Self-Consumption Projects 
Mustafa Herdem, ELSE Enerji
Short Debate: Discussion: Inverter Technology for PV Power Plants – Where is the Industry Headed?

  • Robert Lenke, Bonfiglioli
  • Thomas Götz, SMA
  • Stephen Shirey, LTiREEnergy
17:30 10 Minutes Break 10 Minutes Break
17:40 Product Certification of Solar Photovoltaic Modules for Domestic Production
Yusuf Bicer, UGETAM / Istanbul Technical University
Cost Reduction Potential for PV Modules
Kılıç Uğur, Yingli Solar
18:00 Experiences with Local Production in Turkey
Egemen Seymen, CSUN
Plant Optimization through Project Phases Integration
Francesco Belfiore, Golder Associates
18:20 Challenges for PV Project Planing and Installation in Turkey: A need for further Qualification
Murat Çataklı, Çataklı Enerji
The role of Quality Components in Cost Effectiveness
Piero Zanchetta, TÜV Intercert
18:40 Q&A Q&A
19:00 End of First Conference Day End of First Conference Day
19:30 Business Mixer with Drinks

 

19:30 – 21:30 Dinner sponsored by

Program 10 April

The Workshops are specifically designed for our Turkish delegates and can be booked separately. However, they are open to all conference delegates with a Full- or 2nd Day Conference Pass.
Forum 1 Forum 2
Workshop: Quality for PV Projects in Turkey
This Workshop is aimed at investors, EPCs and project developers in Turkey. Get a short update from the experiences in other markets and learn how to make your project successful from the start. We discuss potentials and challenges of PV for the case of Turkey.
PV Market Place: Europe, MENA and Central AsiaThe PV Power Plants conference does traditionally introduce the most promising PV Markets in Europe. This year, we widen the scope to include the markets of the MENA region and Central Asia. The PV Market Place will draw on our PV in …Investment Workshop Series and offer audience participation, take you up on your specific questions and let you vote for the most promising market for PV Power Plants in 2015!
Session Chair: Jan Willem Vos, Solar Insurance & Finance Session Chair: Christian Salzeder, Schletter
09:00 Impulse
Jan Willem Vos, Solar Insurance & Finance
09:00 MENA PV Outlook
Eren Engur, Canadian Solar Middle East
09:15 The Human Factor: Do’s and Don’ts for Turkish Investors
Hayri Bali, IBC Solar
09:20 PV Opportunities in the MENA Region
Christian Steinberg, Solarpraxis Mena
09:30 Materials Matter™ – The Critical Role of PV Material Durability to Ensure System Longevity
Stefan Padlewski, DuPont
09:45 Balance of System Analysis
Pietro Gintoli, Bonfiglioli
09:40 The PV Market in Kazakhstan
Dag Kralj, Bisol
10:00 Increasing Utility-Scale Solar Plant Efficiency and Output with Solar Trackers
Rodolphe de Teglassy, Exosun
10:00 New Opportunities for PV in the UK
Philip Rojan, Trina Solar
10:15 Ensuring the Long-term Stability of a PV-Plant’s Business Plan
Dr. Robin Hirschl, Encome
10:20 PV in the UK: Case Study
João Cunha, Martifer Solar
10:30 Q&A 10:40 Q&A

 

Close Teaser11:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by

Forum 1 Forum 2
Workshop: Grid Connection and Energy Storage in Turkey
Other markets have shown the challenges that Renewable Energy poses for grid integration and the business models of Utilities. This Workshop is directed at Turkish utilities as well as at grid operators. We discuss potentials and challenges of PV for the Turkish energy supply.
Energy Trading and Direct Marketing: Potential and Experiences
Direct marketing of part or all of the electricity produced by large-scale systems is becoming more interesting for project developers and owners. The sale of electricity to end customers could be the long-term prospect for the revenue side of the RE-plant operators. This very complex issue holds many opportunities for national and international markets. Knowledge on the mechanisms of power markets is essential as well as an idea about promising market models.
Session Chair: Alper Keskin, Freelance Consultant Session Chair: Mustafa Karahan, etd
11:30 Requirements for Grid Connection in Turkey
Bilal Şimşek, TEDAS
Overview of the European Energy Market
11:45 Practical Aspects of Grid Connection
Alessio Pinzone, D’Appolonia
  • Oliver Lorenzen, RWE Turkey Holding
  • Jérôme Le Page, European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)
12:00 Potential for Energy Storage in Turkey
Mehmet Kapusuz, ENERJİSA
Potential of the Integration of Renewables into the Power Market
12:15 Verified PV Power Plants as a Reliable Solution for Efficient System Integration
Thien-Duc Nguyen, FGH
  • Oliver Lorenzen, RWE Turkey Holding
  • Jérôme Le Page, European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)
12:30 Potential and Requirements for Smart Grids in Turkey
Ömer Kaya, Fronius
12:45 Q&A Q&A
13:00 End of Conference
13.30 Bus Shuttle to Solarex Istanbul

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