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More Solar Capacity to be Seen in Latin America

27 October, 2022 09:00 AM Brazil Time / 19:00 PM CST

Overview

Date: 27th October, 2022

Time: 09:00 AM Brazil Time / 19:00 PM CST

Length: 1 hour

Key takeaways

  • Opportunities in Latin America’s solar market
  • Key challenges to speed up solar deployment in Latin America’s solar market

Background

The prospects for solar photovoltaic (PV) generation capacity additions in Latin America are set to improve in 2022, but that doesn’t mean to say there aren’t hurdles in the way.

IHS Markit now expects 16.5 GW of PV capacity additions across Latin America in 2022, compared with 15.9 GW in a forecast three months earlier. Some 9.7 GW of that will come online in Brazil, the regional front-runner in solar, said IHS Markit Research Analyst Angel Antonio Cancino, where a boom in distributed PV installations played a large role in boosting the forecast for the continent as a whole.

On October 27th, we will bring together business leaders and experts in the region to discuss the opportunities and challenges for solar PV deployment.

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