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Renewable Energy: Where is the Money?

by Energy & Commodities Club

Panel Discussion

Thu, 17 May 2018

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

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Cass Business School, Aldersgate site
N216a/b

200 Aldersgate Street, Second floor, London EC1A 4HD, Great Britain (UK)

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Description

This event will have four panellists including a keynote speaker and discussions will revolve around the recent rise of renewables as an energy source and an industry outlook of this trend, particularly in terms of future investments and all the challenges and risks associated. Discussions will revolve around: Corporate power purchase agreements, renewable energy country attractiveness, responsible investment through green bonds, role of insurance and risk management when securing finance for renewable energy projects, and new venture creation around the digitalization of energy systems
 

Session format:

18:00 – 18:30: Welcome & registration

18:30 – 20:00: "Renewable Energy: Where is the Money” Panel Discussion with Q&A

20:00 – 21:00: Networking & Drinks

 

Topics

-Corporate power purchase agreements

-Renewable energy country attractiveness

-Responsible investment through green bonds

-Role of insurance and risk management when securing finance for renewable energy projects

-New venture creation around the digitalization of energy systems



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Where

Cass Business School, Aldersgate site
N216a/b

200 Aldersgate Street, Second floor, London EC1A 4HD, Great Britain (UK)

Speakers

Alex Barbosa

Business developer, Giftrete (ESG and sustainability technology)

Tom Clifton

Head of Power and Renewable Energy, Liberty Specialty Markets

Phil Dominy

Assistant Director - Corporate Finance: Energy & Infrastructure, EY

Eric Lounsbury

Director – Ventures, The Carbon Trust

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Energy & Commodities Club

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