Our Clean Energy Finance Europe 2017 conference
will bring together the leading executives and experts from across the financing infrastructure sector to address the latest developments in both traditional and alternative energy.
Following the success of the event last year, this year the conference determines the extent of new energy realities, exploring capacity in developing countries, bridging the gap on bankable SME projects, demand, and policy technology undercurrents reshaping European energy markets.
The early stage investor network for clean energy is growing, while it currently covers the full spectrum of risk tolerance, it is still modest and this event supports the incentive to innovate finance strategies for grid-scale clean tech development.
To secure the essential energy needed for our future, a ''Systems Approach'' is imperative. We need to effectively influence and integrate advanced technologies into our infrastructure, alongside addressing challenges and vulnerabilities in cyber-security, physical attacks, solar weather and more. Solutions to these huge challenges combine efficient financing, sophisticated computing tools and rigorous methods to managing system risk and life-cycle decision support. Clean Energy Finance 2017 shall bring together some of the best minds in policy, Finance, systems engineering and applied technology to address some of the critical issues of our time.
We home in on Smart grid innovation focusing on the internet-of-things (IoT), most prominently to better integrate (or accommodate) renewables, Smart cities, electric vehicles, storage, microgrids. This is where the conference will consist of a series of informative presentations comparing both traditional renewables and alternative, followed by practical problem solving, and cthose connected in this pursuit.
- Energy Generation: Trends & Forecasts for Next Decade investment
- Renewable Energy Capacity Markets: Developing Vs Developed
- Comparing Both Traditional Renewables and Alternative
- Innovative Finance for Grid Scale Clean Tech Development
- Bringing Clean Power to Developing Countries
- The Rise & Types of Distributed Energy Resources (DER)
- Next Generation Investment Innovations
- Integrating Smart Cities & Electric Vehicles into the Grid
- SME/Investor Speed Networking
- Battery storage financing
- The Investor Confidence Project Europe - Investor Ready Energy Efficiency (IREE)
- Biotech Energy Opportunities & Portfolio Diversification
- Martin Berg, Investment officer, European Investment Bank,
- Aleksandra Rybczynska, Associate Advanced Transport, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
- Abid Kazim, UK managing Director, Next Energy Capital
- Dr. Frédéric Brodach, Founder & Managing Partner, Serimus S.A.
- Dan Taylor, Managing Director, Camborne Energy Storage Ltd
- Kim Sungwoo, Regional Head of Climate Change & Sustainability, KPMG Asia Pacific
- Azad Camyab, Member of the Executive Advisory Board, Renewable Energy World Europe (Power-Gen Europe)
- David Healey, Industry Expert Advisor, United Nations Economic Commission For Europe
- Amir SharifI, Director Infrastructure, Ardian
- Dipak Haria , Director, BlackRock Real Assets | Infrastructure
- Miguel Morales Lobo, Global Project & Acquisition Finance
- Energy – VP, Santander
- David Casale, Director, Turquoise International Limited
- Michael Schrempp, Head of Green Solutions, Munich RE
- Roar Grønhaug, Senior Adviser, Enova SF
- Mortimer Menzel, Partner, Augusta & Co Limited
- Thomas Maidonis, Project Manager, WIP Renewable Energies
- Sebastian Carneiro, Director, SUSI PARTNERS AG
- Guy Doyle, Chief Economist, Energy & Carbon, Mott MacDonald
- André Rauwerda, Principal Consultant, DNV GL – Energy
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Who Will Attend?
This senior executive inner circle event will unite leading decision makers in the energy community including the following:
- Entrepreneurs: The startups and innovators on the front lines of sustainable innovation.
- Corporates: Representatives from today’s leading corporate open innovation and venturing programs – those funding, incubating and partnering with innovation for strategic as well as financial return.
- Financial Investors: Representatives from leading financial firms – venture and growth capital firms, along with smaller companies looking to make a sustainable impact and financial return.
- Innovation Leaders: The ecosystem is completed with the presence of public sector officials and programs specialized in helping cleantech and resource innovation, and by lawyers and bankers, thinkers and innovation visionaries.
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