It closes the first edition of the Global Solar Summit towards the second phase of growth of the photovoltaic, renewable and storage increasingly pervasive in the next decade

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The PV is going through a major transition, towards the consolidation and maturity that create the basis for a second phase of growth and development worldwide. It closes with this testimony of optimism the second and final day of the Global Solar Summit, the first edition of the international conference which was held at the Fiera Milano-Rho within Solarexpo-The Innovation Cloud. 

Many of the topics discussed during the two days, which were opened yesterday with a lot of debate about trade disputes and the possibility of duties to photovoltaics, coinciding with the release by the European Commission of the proposed duties on Chinese PV, on which the decision final is scheduled for June 5th.

The evolution of the tools from finance "green" has had an important place within the session "To support and fund growth" with the intervention of David Colt, Partner of Global Power Finance, which said: "The Italian financial market linked to the asset has great potential, albeit persist a number of conditions that are a barrier to the full development of the market. Of a total of 18 GW of installed power only a few hundred are traded on the secondary market. "

Francesco Starace, CEO of Enel Green Power, who spoke at the closing session on "Scenarios: the next solar cycle," said: "Europe, while continuing to represent 30-40% of the global PV market will cease to be the central market and the focus will shift in markets that are proving to be a huge potential for development as South Africa, Latin America, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. All regions of South-Mediterranean will have a key role, as well as India, China and the United States, which in the next two years will become the leading country in the world for solar. "

"The first Global Solar Summit has allowed the international community intervened to share contributions and points of view very different but equally relevant in the composition of an interesting scenario for the future of solar energy," says Guido Agostinelli, director of the Global Solar Summit. "For the next five years, the prospects for the development of PV in Italy and in Europe will be directed mainly to systems with a size of up to 1 MW of both a residential and commercial. Solar energy will become increasingly competitive in the energy mix and this opens interesting perspectives for all operators. "
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