How will COVID-19 impact the renewable energy industry?

What you can expect

The renewable energy industry has and will continue to change in response to COVID-19.

Our online presentation looks at the effects of coronavirus on the renewable energy sector. Watch our expert speakers discuss the impact COVID-19 is having on different aspects of the industry, including power prices and the origination of new opportunities.

Speakers from the Octopus Renewables team will discuss the effect the coronavrius crisis is having on various aspects of the industry, covering:

  • Power prices and revenue generation (Drew Barrett)
  • The operation of existing wind and solar farms (Thomas Rosser)
  • The construction of new farms (David Hastings)
  • The origination of new opportunities in the sector (Sam Goss)

Watch now to find out how the situation could impact investments in the renewable energy sector.

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Speakers

Team members from across Octopus Renewables will break the topic down, looking at the impact on:

Jason Bermont-Penn

Jason Bermont-Penn

Institutional Funds Distribution Associate
Penny Chedzey

Penny Chedzey

Institutional Funds Analyst
 Chris Hulatt

Chris Hulatt

Founder Octopus Group

Who we are

Octopus is one of the UK’s largest investors and managers of clean energy assets, with a mission to accelerate the transition to a future powered by renewable energy. We’re committed to making an impact with our investments, so we can leave the world better than we found it. We are also home to Europe’s largest small companies investment team and are a leading investor in healthcare infrastructure. We currently manage £9.1bn on behalf of our investors, £2.4bn of which is institutional funds.

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