Victor Signes

Job Title
Renewable Energy Analyst
Rystad Energy

Victor Signes is an Analyst in Rystad Energy's Renewable Energy Research team. He focuses on the solar PV, wind, storage and green hydrogen markets in the EMEA region. His role is to cover market developments and analyze the future evolution of renewable energy. He covers project development in EMEA, policies, supply chain and economics. He has extensive experience in analyzing the impacts of policies on the market, economic modeling of renewable energy projects, and long-term scenario analysis. He has worked closely with clients spanning the entire renewable energy sector, from developers and service companies to government organizations and investors. Prior to joining Rystad Energy, Victor was an economics research analyst at EDF, focusing on the renewable energy and nuclear markets. He holds a Master's degree in Engineering from IMT Atlantique (France) as well as a Master's degree in Energy economics from the French Institute of Petroleum.

March 08, 2023Navigating the Growth Potential of Middle Eastern Utility-Scale Solar PV Market: Risks and Op


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April 7, 2022

Innovative technological developments, high efficiency levels and sustainable solutions are the name of the game in the solar industry in 2022 – whether it’s module technology, inverters or balance of system. PV modules with high-efficiency cells, reduced shading losses, lead-free modules and reusable transport units are but some of the innovations that have made it into the final round of the Intersolar AWARD. Inverter manufacturers are also responding and adapting their products to high-output cell technology, transforming their inverters into ever-smarter all-rounders.

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Renewable Energy Market Middle East: Status, Trends & Recommendations

February 7, 2022

Expert Inteview with Ben Attia, Senior Research Analyst, Energy Transition Practice, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables

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