Josefin Berg

S&P Global

Research & Analysis Manager

Josefin Berg is a Research and Analysis Manager, Clean Energy Technology, for S&P Global. She has followed the fast-moving market for solar power for more than a decade. Her focus areas include investor, developer and EPC strategies, the demand for solar PV across the world, and the role of PV in the power generation mix. Together with her team, Ms. Berg provides intelligence to developers, power producers, investors and equipment manufacturers. She authors reports on PV markets and trends, including the competitive landscape for PV, and she regularly speaks at industry events. Ms. Berg holds a Master of Science in environmental engineering from Uppsala University, Sweden, and lives in Barcelona, Spain. 

Sessions With Josefin Berg

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 04:30pm - 05:15pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 10:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 11:15 pm

    10 Cleantech Trends in 2022

    Workshop Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power

    Our Clean Energy Technology team of experts will present the top 10 cleantech trends expected this year in technologies that reduce carbon emissions and confront climate change.

    Trends covered in this session will include:

    - Supply chain challenges, trade barriers, and geopolitics drive new solar PV manufacturing capacity closer to the end markets

    - Wind technology innovation focuses on larger turbine outputs and new recyclable materials

    - 2022 becomes a tipping point for Green Hydrogen, triggered by upcoming policy quotas

    - CCUS gains traction as a decarbonization solution for a wider group of regions and industries

    - Corporates accelerate their investments in renewable assets

Thursday, 10 March

  • 11:20am - 12:10pm (CST) / 10/mar/2022 05:20 pm - 10/mar/2022 06:10 pm

    Solar Power: Maintaining the growth curve?

    Panel Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power

    For more than a decade, solar power additions have followed a trajectory of double-digit year-on-year growth, with no signs of levelling off. From having been purely subsidy driven, current drivers combine climate policy, corporate targets to de-risk, green portfolios, and pure economics, as solar has become one of the cheapest sources of electricity in many locations. The scalability of solar also contributes to its success, as distributed generation shifts how power is produced and consumed. What are the fundamentals that are required for solar power to maintain its growth trajectory? Will the current largest markets continue to lead the way? What types of investors will drive future solar power deployment? How will investors adapt to new opportunities and risks?