Marília Rabassa

Job Title
CELA - Clean Energy Latin America

Financial Strategy Director of CELA, specialist in project finance, investment analysis, M&A and business development in the renewable energy sector. She has 12 years of professional experience, having participated in several M&A processes and auctions of renewable energy assets in Brazil and Latin America, in addition to the development, evaluation and financing of several Greenfield & Brownfield projects, mainly in the bioenergy and photovoltaic solar energy sectors. She worked for 2 years at SunEdison S.A. responsible for the activities of M&A, Project Finance, Economic Feasibility of solar and wind projects for Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador and Dominican Republic and for 4 years at ERB - Energias Renováveis do Brasil, as an analyst in the area of Project Finance and Business Development. She was coordinator of the ABSOLAR Financing Working Group and is the current vice coordinator of the ABSOLAR Green Hydrogen Task Force. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from FGV-EAESP and an MBA in Business in the Electricity Sector from FGV.

August 30, 2023Overview of Competitive Market PPAs: Perspectives and Business Models

August 30, 2023Regulatory Roadmap for Utility-Scale Storage in Brazil

August 31, 2023Opportunities and Challenges for the Development of Local Industry in the Areas of Energy Storage and Green Hydrogen

Industrialization vs. Global Interdependence - The Role of Domestic Industry for Green Hydrogen and Energy Storage

Thursday, August 31, 2023, 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Expo Center Norte Cantareira 2 (2nd floor)

Both for solar and energy storage China has become an industrial powerhouse and a dominant player in global supply chains. However, in light of recent geopolitical developments, both the US and Europe have been making significant efforts to 'onshore' production of critical components, such as battery cells and PV panels.This session will examine Brazilian industry policies and local production initiatives in the context of these global developments and explore how these activities could contribute to a competitive local supply of solar PV and energy storage components and systems.

Solar PV in the Free Energy Market

Wednesday, August 30, 2023, 09:00 am - 10:30 am

Expo Center Norte Cantareira 5 (2nd floor)

With the schedule set for the opening of the free market, attention turns to the opportunities in this segment. Discover in this panel what these opportunities are.

The Importance of Large-Scale Energy Storage for Energy Transition and Grid Stability

Wednesday, August 30, 2023, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Expo Center Norte Cantareira 2 (2nd floor)

With the growth of distributed generation and of variable sources, such as solar and wind, energy storage becomes increasingly important to provide grid stability and the flexibility needed for a low-carbon energy transition. This session will explore the importance of large-scale energy storage applications, such as reserve capacity and provisioning of ancillary services in international markets, as well as in Brazil.

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