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Solar Finance and Asset Management 2015

03 June - London UK

12 Speakers - Over 50 companies represented

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Topics include:

Neil Budd, Solicitor and Director of Renewable Energy, SGH Martineau LLP

Acquiring solar projects and operational assets: what do funders look for?

Peter Rusch, Managing Director, Solar Buyer

Mitigating PV module risk in power plant investments

Declan O’Halloran, Managing Director, Quintas Energy

Asset management of ground-mounted solar projects in an era of declining revenues.
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Topics include:

Edmee Kelsey,
CEO 3MEGAWATT,
SGH Martineau LLP

The changing solar asset management landscape

Jörg Althaus, Director of Global Competence Centre PV Modules,
TÜV Rheinland

PV Quality and minimisation of risks for PV plant operation

Louise Shaw, Assistant Directory Lead Advisory - Environmental Finance,
EY

What next for solar PV financing?
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Topics include:

Julia Groves, CEO,
Trillion

Why the crowd is essential to a secure energy future?

Nick Williams, Originator,
Centrica Energy

Alternative finance strategies post auction
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Speakers:

Julia Groves

Neil Budd

Nick Williams

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Speakers:

Louise Shaw

Toddington Harper

Archie Fraser

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Speakers:

Edmee Kelsey

Stephen Hill

Peter Rusch

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Speakers:

Declan O’Halloran

Jörg Althaus

Solar finance, investment and asset management opportunities in the UK

From the publishers of Solar UK and the Solar UK LINKEDIN group, a master class in understanding the returns on offer and the finance vehicles being applied to stimulate demand in the solar UK industry.

With the closure of ROCs to large-scale plants, hyper-degression of feed-in tariffs for ground-mounted projects, uncertainties over the proposals for the next CfD auction and, last but not least, a new government in place, to say it is an uncertain time for the solar industry would be an understatement. The conference will give delegates an opportunity to listen to experts in the sector and network with other professionals to find out what’s going on and what is likely to happen in the coming months. Will ROCs continue next year? What is the future for feed-in tariffs? What are the prospects for solar in the CfD auction? Hopefully these and other questions will be answered at the conference.

The event will be held on June 3rd, at the Kensington Close Hotel, London. We have built a program to include industry leaders who will detail the financial and business steps that must be taken to achieve success in the UK, also discussing the operation & maintenance of current PV power plants installed in UK and how to achieve maximum return.

From government, financial bodies, legal representatives and large EPCs who are currently active; this event will substantially improve your knowledge and will put you in front of the experts who can help your business. This is a conference of substance with 1st class networking opportunities.

Is there hope for solar funding beyond CfD?


Topics include:

The changing solar asset management landscape
Mitigating PV module risk in power plant investments
Asset management of ground-mounted solar projects in an era of declining revenues

Acquiring solar projects and operational assets: what do funders look for?
How to evaluate and mitigate the investment risk of commercial rooftop PV projects
What to do with GWs of ground-mount PV in the UK

Commercial rooftop planning and deployment
Residential rooftops as a long-term asset class
Commercial opportunities for investing in solar assets under the CfDs regime

What can developers, financiers and investors do to bring down the cost of capital?
How can you get the best price for operating assets through an effective O&M strategy?
PV Quality and minimisation of risks for PV plant operation

 

This is a conference of substance created by the organisers of Solar UK who connect solar developers, financiers, investors, lawyers, funders and industry.

Connecting, informing and inspiring the solar UK industry


Speaking Companies:


Speakers and Sponsors include

Conergy
MegaWatt
Belectric
Eversheds
EY
Quintas
SGH Martineau
Solar Buyer
Solar Century
TUV Rheinland
Trillion

Media Partners

British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA)
The Sustainable Engineer

Supported by

Solar UK
Solar International Magazine
Solar International Magazine
Solar International Magazine

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