Watch this free training clip about the best ways to Finance Renewable Energy Projects, as outlined by the EEC's Expert Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course Lecturer. ------------------------------------- Renewables are now the future of the Energy Industry, and for individuals working within the industry gaining and understanding of the best ways to manage and finance renewables projects is a fantastic way to progress their careers. This course is excellent for individuals looking to build a career as a Renewable Energy Consultant. ------------------------------------- This free training clip is taken from the full Renewable Energy Management and Finance online global distance learning course: https://theect.org/renewable-energy-management-finance-distance-learning/ For more information on the Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course distance learning course, you can email [email protected] .
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"Financing Renewable Energy Projects: An Introduction to Tax Equity Finance for Solar and Wind Projects" Presented by Micah Sussman, PhD Strategic Growth Consultant, Woodlawn Associates Energy Systems Engineering Alumni
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Webinar Agenda : What is Project Finance Key features of Project Finance Parties involved Contractual framework Security structure Know More : http://goo.gl/qQb68P
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World Future Energy Summit Conference 2017 - Day 2
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Welcome to the fourth lesson in the Solar Powering Your Community presentation series presented by the SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership. Lesson 1: Solar 101 for Local Governments Lesson 2: Local Solar Ordinances Lesson 3: Understanding the Solar Regulatory Landscape Lesson 4: Introduction to Solar Project Finance Lesson 5: Local Solar Policies and Programs Lesson 6: Installing Solar on Municipal Facilities To learn more about the SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership, please visit www.solaroutreach.org or contact [email protected]
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Financial Modeling for Solar Energy Projects - This is a Walkthrough of the Solar Energy Financial Model Template. The model is available for download here https://www.efinancialmodels.com/downloads/solar-energy-financial-model/
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The September 10, 2013 installment of our Energy Bootcamp Series discussed Financing Renewable Energy Projects. For more information, visit the event page http://www.foley.com/energy-bootcamp-series-session-4-financing-renewable-energy-projects/.
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Fiona Wilson, Senior Regional Manager at the Clinton Climate Foundation talks about developing renewable energy plans with countries most affected by climate change and working towards project bankability to attract developers.
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Learn more at: http://www.principalsolarinstitute.org/webinar/566 How do you pay for large-scale solar power plants when you need millions to start building, but receive payout over decades? Serious solar energy finance professionals will want to hear structured asset finance and valuation expert Ken Kramer present and answer questions about renewable energy project financing concepts applicable to utility scale solar projects, with a focus on US projects utilizing tax-oriented financing structures. Ken will describe the mechanics and market participants involved in non-recourse project financing. He will also review currently available US Federal tax benefits for renewable energy projects and tax-efficient transaction structures that have evolved to utilize those benefits. Valuation issues associated with these structures will also be covered. Students at Cornell and Columbia have recently had the opportunity to hear Ken lecture on this topic. This FREE webinar is your chance to do the same, plus attend the LIVE webinar to find out how to employ these concepts in your 2013 business strategy when Ken answers your questions during a LIVE Q & A segment following his presentation.
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Energy analyst Yulanda Chung discusses project finance for coal power transactions. Recorded March 01, 2017. Slides can be viewed at https://tinyurl.com/IEEFAwebinar1
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Learn more: http://link.gs.com/Sp0m As part of Goldman Sachs’ $40 billion commitment to finance and invest in companies that promote clean technology, the firm recently developed the Japan Renewable Project Bond Trust, which is designed to expand financing opportunities for solar and other renewable energy projects. Toru Inoue, a vice president in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs, explains how this innovative financing technique will help bring clean energy developers together with investors and support Japan’s transition to a low-carbon future.
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MBA Renewables Alumni Conference 2017 Financing Renewable Energy Projects: determinants in a post subsidy future Jean-Luc Jacob
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This video outlines a systematic project development process for renewable energy projects, highligting "soft" issues as well. It also includes a discussion on the Project Definition document, which is the first key document used to communicate to stakeholders on what the project is. This session is a part of the five-day workshop, or 20 session webinar series, entitled, "Developing and Structuring Bankable Renewable Energy Projects in Africa." For further information, visit http://www.afribiz.info. Workshop Details This workshop helps build a comprehensive and holistic knowledge set within the project developer community in Africa. It focuses on developing the business model from idea through feasibility. (The follow-up practicum covers from idea through funding.) The workshop pays special attention to the early stage project development process – from idea to feasibility – where a lot of time is wasted and gaps exists to assist project stakeholders to accelerate and be more efficient at managing projects. It also prepares project stakeholders for the remaining stages of the project development process. This five-day workshop is for individuals and organizations who are involved in the development, support, or execution of renewable energy projects in Africa with a focus on projects under 100MW. It is suitable for government, private sector, communities, developers, and technical support agencies. After this webinar, you will be able to: - Describe key components for bankable renewable energy projects in Africa. - Identify key factors for financing renewable energy projects in Africa. - Describe the dynamic contextual factors for renewable energy projects in Africa. - Describe project development process for renewable energy projects in Africa. - Describe how to develop and manage projects from idea through prefeasibility. - Describe how to develop and manage projects from prefeasibility through feasibility. - Describe how to develop and manage projects from feasibility to funding. - Identify key relationships, partnerships, and ecosystems to develop and leverage. - Address project context and content elements of Context, Competition, Customers & Markets, Channels & Chains, and Commitments. - Address project context and content elements of Compound, Capacity, Complex, Configuration, and Commission & Operation. = Address project context and content elements of Community & Stakeholders, Common Good, Credibility, Collaboration, and Circles of Influence & Champions. = Address project context and content elements of Company & Ownership Structure, Capital, Finance, & Economics, and Cash & Cost. = Address project context and content elements of Concerns, Conflicts & Challenges, Communication & Feedback, Consequences, Creation, and Comprehensive. = Develop concept document. - Develop preliminary project information memorandum. - Describe essential elements of project financial modeling. - Identify alternative means for funding early stage and middle stage projects, including feasibility. - Identify and track key indicators for project progress.
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Renewable Energy Project Finance Europe Conference in Amsterdam, 7-8th of February 2012. Visit our website at: www.umievents.com
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This is a recording of a webinar WISIONS hosted on 15th November 2018 http://wisions.net/pages/wisions-webinar-series Financing is always top of mind for energy practitioners working on small-scale renewable energy projects. Many organisations struggle by year on year with project funding, which limits the sustainability of many small-scale renewable energy efforts. Undeterred, however, non-profit organisations and social businesses are looking for novel solutions to the financing challenge, solutions that are essential for achieving the SDGs and climate goals. The speakers in this webinar have been at the forefront of finding creative, innovative ways to finance energy practitioners’ critical work. We learned about alternative financing from multiple perspectives: Nexus for Development will speak about their major finance mapping report (http://wisions.net/files/uploads/Financing_Renewable_Energy_in_South_East_Asia.pdf); bettervest talked about its work as a crowd investing platform for renewable energy projects; and Winrock International Nepal told us about its work as a project developer and long-standing cooperation partner of WISIONS. Speakers: Zita de Pooter, Grants and Membership Manager, Nexus for Development Rohit Sen, Strategic Cooperation and Business Development Manager, bettervest Badri Nath Baral, Director-REPSO Nepal, Winrock International Moderator Molly Hurley Depret Download the presentations here: http://wisions.net/files/uploads/WISIONS_Webinar_Alternative_Financing_Slides.pdf
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Stanford professor Tony Seba discusses the challenges emerging economies face and the difficult decisions they must make in choosing how to produce energy economically.
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The Indonesian government has laid out policies and frameworks such as feed-in tariff (FiT), subsidies, tax exemptions to attract renewable energy investors and project developers. However, it is aware that these tools cannot single-handedly bring about the desired momentum in terms of financing RE projects and that it is necessary to encourage banks to be more active on this market. On 19 September 2016, LCORE project and Green Banking implemented by RENAC would like to see an activity that would contribute to moving things forward on this front. The collaboration resulted in the provision of a seminar, workshop and panel discussion during the World Renewable Energy Congress 2016 in Jakarta. The event entitled “Financing Renewable Energy Projects: Know the Risks, Seize the Opportunities” was designed to catalyse a change of mindset among the Indonesian financial institutions that RE is an investment-worthy sector and to subsequently bridge the lack of technical expertise in banks by providing an introductory training on risk identification and mitigation of RE projects.
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A good Solar Financial Model should capture important points and highlight key assumptions, documented and supported by references to ensure robustness of the model. Solar System Specifications, Project costs & subsidies, Power Tariff, Inflation, Tax benefits, Financing options, Accelerated Depreciation Benefit, MAT & Tax Benefits, Scenario Analysis, etc. are some of the other critical parameters need to be considered. This webinar is principally focused for Project developers, System integrators, Financial Analysts, Researchers, and utilities and will bring speakers to share their thoughts on commissioned Solar Projects and Solar Financial Models.
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Renewable Energy Project Finance Conference Amsterdam 7-8 of February 2012, Movenpick Hotel - UMI Events - visit: www.umievents.com
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Moderator: Edward McCartin III, Managing Director, Asia Greentech, Hong Kong Panellists: Geoffrey Tan, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Thailand Yanis Boudjouher, Chief Executive Officer, ReEx Capital Asia, Singapore Alexis Issaharoff, Chief Executive Officer, Antah Renewables, Malaysia www.terrapinn.com/powerphilippines
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The Cost of Renewable Energy Spreadsheet Tool (CREST) is an economic cash flow model designed to allow policymakers, regulators, and the renewable energy community to assess project economics, design cost-based incentives (e.g., feed-in tariffs), and evaluate the impact of various state and federal support structures. CREST is a suite of four analytic tools, for solar (photovoltaic and solar thermal), wind, geothermal, and anaerobic digestion technologies. The model is a product of a 2009-2010 partnership between the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy Technologies Program (SETP), and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissions (NARUC). The model was developed by Sustainable Energy Advantage (SEA) under the direction of NREL. https://financere.nrel.gov/finance/content/crest-cost-energy-models Regards Saqer Khalil +966-540591074 Jeddah , Saudi Arabia [email protected]
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Standard Bank and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China have agreed to co-fund 20 billion rands worth of renewable energy projects in South Africa.
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"Financing Residential Renewable Energy Projects: Case Studies" (Sara Baldwin - Utah Clean Energy)
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http://MeridianBusiness.tv On this episode of Meridian Business Television, Randy Lennon interviews Keith Turner about the exciting field of alternative energy financing and green energy projects. Turner, who has experience in "waste to energy" project financing that dates back to the 1980's, talks about the current enthusiasm around green energy projects as being "a bit like the second wave of the Internet".
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In this step by step tutorial you’ll learn a great deal about: - how to run financial analysis for a solar energy project; - how to generate a solar proposal and detailed financial report for a solar energy project;
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Peter C. Fusaro is a best selling author, keynote speaker and thought leader on emerging energy and environmental financial markets. He is Chairman of Global Change Associates an energy and environmental consultancy in New York since 1991 and is the best selling author of What Went Wrong at Enron as well as 15 other books on energy and the environmental financial markets. Peter's latest book will be published in 2010 by Oxford University Press on Energy and Environmental Project Finance Law and Taxation: New Investment Techniques. Peter is has been on the forefront of energy and environmental change for over 36 years focusing emissions, energy efficiency, cleantech, carbon trading and renewable energy markets. Peter has worked over 20 years on climate change issues and is currently advising on carbon trading and finance as well as clean energy technology and renewable energy to companies worldwide. Peter was selected for Who's Who in America for 2007-2012 and Who's Who in the World for 2009-2012. He coined the term "Green Trading" and holds the annual Wall Street Green Summit XI each spring (www.wsgts.com). Peter is advisor to 8 cleantech software and hardware companies in the US and UK. In 2009, Peter launched the Global Change Foundation focused on environmental education and projects (www.global-changefoundation.com) and held its first Green Jobs Summit in March 2010. The foundation also runs the Green Salon where artists perform and environmental experts speak. Peter graduated with an MA in international relations from Tufts University and a BA from Carnegie-Mellon University. He is an adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs where he teaches renewable energy project finance. He is on the Advisory Board of the ERB Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan as well as on the Board of Trustees of the UN's Energy & Water Institute of New York. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Overview of partnership flip, lease, and single-owner "advanced" renewable energy financing structures, and description of main factors that drive project levelized cost of energy (LCOE).
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South Africa has launched an ambitious programme to promote renewable energy. The EIB is passing on experience from around the world, ensuring the most appropriate funding is available to make the project a success. Video originally published on 23 January 2012 on http://www.eib/org/videos French version: http://youtu.be/QSzZKUXvtI8
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Panel 2: Renewable Financing Financing of new asset classes in renewable energy Seb Henbest, Head of BNEF EMEA, Bloomberg New Energy Finance [Moderator] Eduard Ruijs, Director, London, First Reserve Ingmar Wilhelm, Managing Director, Terra Firma Malcolm Ball, Director, Energy Efficiency, Green Investment Bank Matthieu Hue, Director of Onshore and M&A, EDF Energy Renewables Ltd Paul Battelle, Director, Infrastructure and Energy Finance, Deutsche Bank Stephen Lilley, Partner, Greencoat Capital LLP
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At our 4th Annual REFIP (Renewable Energy Finance in Practice) Forum we intend to provide space for building mutually beneficial encounters for investors, representatives of renewable energy companies and energy cooperatives who are looking for funding opportunities, energy experts and the key decision-makers of the most important Regulatory Bodies. We also recommend the event for the representatives of local municipalities, regional and governmental decision-makers looking for alternative ways of financing renewable energy projects. We structure our events by investigating into market challenges and top issues that industries endure to render the most effective learning and networking platforms by creating impactful and pragmatic Business to Business Conferences, Congresses & Training. Being customer focused and having our client's priorities in mind are among our core values and essential to the way we operate our business. Therefore, We actively collaborate with thought leaders and accomplished practitioners in major sectors, to better understand their interests and business challenges in order to evolve valuable contents for event. We are specialized in major industries such as; Pharmaceutical, Finance, Energy, Oil & Gas and Human Resources. We are devoted to deliver distinctive and comprehensive events and striving to maintain the highest qualities and standards. We trust by attending GLC events your company shall benchmark advanced strategies, gain the latest knowledge and a competitive edge while enjoying a 5 star environment.
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Energy Partner Joe Karp addresses components of the firm’s energy and regulatory practice.
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The Women in African Power (WiAP) Increasing Connections webinar series aims to strengthen the role of women in Africa's energy sector by building the professional skills of women active in Africa’s energy sector. In WiAP's third webinar, "Understanding Power Project Finance", participants will be introduced to Power Africa’s Understanding Power Project Financing handbook. This handbook focuses on the financing structures and mechanisms that can be employed to finance power projects. The introduction to the Handbook will be accompanied by presentations from two WiAP members who will speak to their experience in energy finance. Power Africa is a U.S. Government-led partnership aimed at adding 30,000 megawatts of electricity generation capacity and 60 million new home and businesses connections across sub-Saharan Africa. View the video to learn more about Power Africa and Women in African Power in a webinar designed to introduce participants —particularly women working in the energy sector— to this handbook, as well provide a space to learn from other women's professional experiences and successes in the sector.
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On November 2, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Government of Mongolia signed loan and grant agreements totaling USD85.6 million for projects focused on developing the country’s first distributed renewable energy system and improving tax administration and public investment management using information and communications technology (ICT). The agreements were signed by Minister of Finance Mr. Khurelbaatar Chimed and ADB Country Director for Mongolia Ms. Yolanda Fernandez Lommen at a ceremony in Ulaanbaatar. Representatives from the Ministry of Energy and Mongolian Tax Authority witnessed the event. Ms. Fernandez Lommen ADB Country Director for Mongolia “These projects will support the government’s efforts to raise the share of renewable energy, decrease carbon dioxide emissions, and improve public financial resource mobilization and management,” “They are also closely aligned with ADB’s Country Partnership Strategy for Mongolia to foster inclusive growth, improve people’s access to services, and strengthen environmental sustainability.” The renewable energy loan will develop a 41megawatt distributed renewable energy system—a first-of-its-kind in Mongolia—using solar photovoltaic and wind powers with advanced battery storage technology and energy management systems. The project will result in the supply of clean and reliable electricity to about 260,000 people in remote and less-developed towns in western Mongolia, who currently rely on high-cost and high-polluting carbon-intensive electricity.
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