Stefanie Alexander heads RWE's Regulatory Affairs Renewables department for Europe and APAC and is responsible for regulation in RWE's solar and wind energy business in more than 20 markets in Europe and Asia Pacific. As fully qualified German lawyer, she has been working in the energy industry for around 15 years. Before joining RWE in 2022, Stefanie Alexander held a senior position in the legal department at Uniper, where she was responsible for licensing, energy and antitrust law as well as regulation. Prior to that, she worked as an antitrust expert at a major international law firm in Cologne.
12:30 pm - 01:00 pm
With solar power having added more capacity than all other power generation technologies combined in recent years, governments around the world have been increasingly putting solar at the heart of their decarbonization strategies. Next to China, the European Union probably has the most ambitious PV targets. Through its first Solar Strategy, the European Commission has defined targets for solar capacity growth of around 50 percent to 400 GWac (500 GWdc) until 2025, and another 50 percent by 2030.
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