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Renewable Energy Project Finance Training Course

A practical guide to the wide array of different renewable technologies and their impact on project finance structures

17 - 19 November 2020

London, UK, Venue TBC

This brand new agenda will enable you to:

  • Understand the outlook of lenders in project finance and the risk vs. reward position of debt financiers
  • Understand risk identification, risk allocation and risk mitigation techniques that are incorporated in renewable energy project finance
  • Use a power project financing “toolkit” incorporating
    • project risk appraisal and mitigation
    • project quantitative analysis and debt sizing structuring
    • project finance loan documentation
  • Understand key technical aspects of the renewal power sector and the changing structure of the industry
  • Have access to a highly experienced project finance professional, who has a strong reputation as a trainer, with a willingness to answer your project finance questions

Download the Renewable Energy Project Finance course brochure

Dates: 25-27 March 2020 & 17-19 November 2020
Venue: Central London
Course Leader: Neil Edmonds, International Project Finance Practitioner & Expert
Course fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20% = £3598.80 

View the Renewable Energy Project Finance course agenda

Interactive work/group discussions  and exercises, will reinforce theory and knowledge acquired

Case studies and exercises include: Renewable energy auction; Key risk elements in the transaction; Three offshore wind farms; African hydro plant; European solar P.V.; Kramer wind farm

Neil Edmonds

Neil Edmonds has worked in the banking industry for over 35 years. Over the last few years, Neil has worked in the Loan Syndications team at Standard Chartered Bank focusing on Structured Finance transactions.

Neil’s involvement in the Power and Utility sectors dates back to the privatisation of the UK utility companies from 1989 onwards. Neil has been heavily involved in:

  • The financing and subsequent, re-structuring of power generation assets in the UK
  • The financing of power and water desalination plants throughout the Middle East
  • The financing of power plants in Europe and Asia
  • The financing of onshore and offshore wind plants in UK and western Europe

Level of the course was excellent. Neil has lived PF: he has raised my level of strategic view

Really good, Neil’s experience is real added value!


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