Energy & Utility Forum – Funding Renewables

 

Energy & Utility Forum – Funding Renewables

 

16 June 2011: Auditoriu

m, Allen & Overy 1 Bishop’s Square, E1 6AD*

 

MORNING

 

OPENING

BACKGROUND

Anne Baldock

Morning Chairman

Patrick Sheehan, Partner, Environmental Technologies FundHead of Projects, Allen & Overy

 

Welcome and Introduction to the New Market Environment

 

Jonathan Brearley, Director of Energy Strategy & Futures DECC (invited)

 

The Scope and Effect of Government Policy

 

Alex Desbarres – Senior Renewables Analyst, Energy & Utilities, Datamonitor

 

The Background to Funding & Executing Renewables Projects 2011-2015

 

RESPONDING TO THE CHALLENGE

Tom Murley – Director, Hg Capital

 

What Investment Requires

The Five Must-Haves: Regulation, Planning, Grid, Supply Chain – Funds

For Which Technologies Do We Have Them and is that Sufficient?

 

Andrew Buglass – Head of Structured Finance, RBS

 

The New Environment

Where Will the Funds be Deployed?

The Consequences for UK Renewables Projects

Will All Sectors Suffer Equally?

 

Alex Betts

Partner, Climate Change Capital PE Fund

 

Investment Needs

Funds and Uncertainty

The Outcome for Projects

 

Mortimer Menzel

Partner, Augusta & Co

 

The Effect of Recent Policy Changes

The Effect on Funds

Project Impacts

 

Paul Hennemeyer

Director, Earth Capital

 

What Cleantech Investors Seek

Will the Market Live up to Expectations?

Can Developers Overcome the Odds?

 

Tea/Coffee Break

Networking

 

OTHER FORMS OF FUNDING

 

Wolfgang Bischoff

MD, Siemens Project Ventures (invited)

 

Looking for Partners

What We look for

The Investment Environment

 

Catherine May, Group Director Corporate Affairs, Centrica

 

Adding Projects to the Portfolio

 

Discussion Chair:

Brian Count, Chair, Ceres; Progressive Energy, Hon VP Energy & Utility Forum

 

Energy & Utility Forum – Funding Renewables

 

16 June 2011: Auditoriu

m, Allen & Overy 1 Bishop’s Square, E1 6AD*

 

LUNCH & NETWORKING

 

AFTERNOON

 

Afternoon Chairman

David Sowden, Chair Micropower Council

 

THE PROJECTS’ PERSPECTIVE

 

Malcolm Brown, C-Founder BW-Energy

 

How Do Renewables Projects Attract Funding?

Market Structure Requirements

Renewables Projects Requirements

 

Juliet Davenport

CEO, Good Energy

 

Extending Consumption and Generation of Renewable Energy

What Do We Need

The Current Environment

 

Sean Ebnet, Director of New Business, Drax Power

 

The Challenges of Building a Biomass Business

The effects of the incentives

The impact on funding

 

Charles Conner, Founder Ventus cleantech Funds, Director Temporis Wind

 

The Long-Term Future for On-Shore Wind

What it is

What it could be

 

Tea/Coffee Break

Networking

 

THE PROJECTS’ PERSPECTIVE CONT’D

 

Jonathan Selwyn, MD, Lark Energy

 

Executing Large PV Projects in a Shifting Policy Environment

The business proposition

The response of funders

What we can deliver

 

David Fitzsimmons

Partner, The Carbon Catalysts Group

 

The Effect of the FIT Changes

The FIT experience

The long-term potential for solar

 

Jeremy Allen, Head of DECC Commercial Team (invited)

 

The Scope and Effect of Government Policy

 

Discussion Chair: Peter Jones, Director, Waste2Tricity; Advisor on Waste to Mayor of London

18.00

20.00 Drinks Reception

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