Advanced Renewable Energy Project Finance and Analysis will take place on April 13 and 14, 2015, at the Marines Memorial Club and Hotel in San Francisco California.
This course enables participants to learn techniques to structure and analyze renewable energy projects to optimize financing.
What you can learn
Risks assessment, mitigation and allocation unique to renewable energy projects
Contract structuring, documentation and risk sharing to mitigate commodity risk, Force Majeure, change of law and other hard-to-quantify risks
Risk appetite and role of capital providers on project finance structures
Latest on tax incentives and public policies for renewable projects financing
Learn to build and use project finance model for cash flow and sensitivity analysis, sale/leaseback transaction, partnership flip structure and lease pass-through transaction
Faculty of our Comprehensive 2-Day Course:
Mohammed Alam, President, ALYRA RENEWABLE ENERGY FINANCE
Bill Fisher, Senior Manager, Deloitte TAX LLP
David Halligan, Chief Executive Officer, GOLDWIND USA, INC.
Frank Shaw, Counsel, Energy and Infrastructure Projects, SKADDEN, ARPS, SLATE, MEAGHER & FLOM LLP
Sean Shimamoto, Partner, Tax, SKADDEN, ARPS, SLATE, MEAGHER & FLOM LLP
Tax incentive and public policy changes are complicating renewable energy project finance. Now, more than ever, the profitability of a renewable energy project is ultimately tied to being able to accurately assess the risks associated with the project, analyze the impacts of project structures on obtaining financing, and model the trade-offs of pursing various equity and debt financing strategies. New structures are needed and due diligence is becoming stricter.
Only the best informed and structured projects will be realized. Join other participants in this interactive course and take away sample term sheets, analysis tools, and most importantly, the knowledge to use them effectively!
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