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Solar Focus | Speed up Solar Installations in Latin America

10 AM Mexico / 01 PM Brazil/ 06 PM CEST, June 29, 2023


According to data from Global Energy Monitor (GEM), Latin America and the Caribbean have the largest solar power development pipeline outside Eastern Asia and North America. The region is constructing over four times the amount of solar capacity being built across Europe, and nearly seven times more than in India, the world’s third-largest solar producer. This makes the bloc a key renewable hot spot to track over the coming decade.

Join us as we explore the current status of the solar market in Latin America, including the major players and trends shaping the industry. We will discuss the future outlook, such as the installed capacity of solar energy, and the potential for investment in the region. Our expert speakers will share their insights on the opportunities and challenges facing the Latin American solar market.

Join us to gain valuable insights into the future of renewable energy in Latin America. Whether you are a developer, investor, or simply interested in the future of renewable energy, this webinar is for you. Join us and learn how you can be a part of this exciting and rapidly growing industry.

Key Takeaways

  • Latin America solar market overview and key drivers in the region;
  • The role of policy in supporting solar installation growth in Latin America;
  • Leveraging technology to streamline solar installation processes in Latin America;
  • Lessons learned from successful solar installations in Latin America.

Confirmed Speakers


Gabriel Magdalon

LATAM Utility Sales Director
JA Solar

Gabriel has experience in energy resource assessment and solar photovoltaic project analysis. His current research focuses on the solar photovoltaic market in Latin America including DG and Utility project.


Ángel Cancino

Research Analyst
S&P Global Commodity Insights

Ángel is a Research Analyst at S&P Global, part of the Clean Energy Technology team. He has experience in energy resource assessment and solar photovoltaic project analysis. His current research focuses on the solar photovoltaic market in Latin America including the identification of projects, regulatory framework, and drivers of renewable growth in the region. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Renewable Energy Engineering from the University of Science and Arts of Chiapas and a Master’s degree in Sustainable Energy Systems, from the University of Edinburgh, in the United Kingdom.


Humberto Bustamante

Group Technical Manager, Revolve Renewable Power

Humberto has been involved with renewable energies since 2003 in research projects. Within his professional experience he has been in Garrad Hassan (now DNV) as Wind Energy Engineer for three years, and two years as a Team Leader in project development coordinating Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean area. Subsequently, he joined the Barlovento Group as Wind Resource & Measurements Director.
In 2017, he joined Vector Renewables as Regional Technical Manager, leading the Technical Advisory team specialized in the development of wind and solar energy projects, as well as the management and monitoring of the construction of the plants for Mexico and Latin America. And in January 2021 he assumed the role of Country Manager for the Mexican office with supervision of the company activities in Latin America.


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