3rd Annual Renewable Energy Finance & Infrastructure Summit

by Peter Kay on February 5, 2012

The 3rd Annual Renewable Energy Finance & Infrastructure Summit (REFIS) will be organized by Flemming Europe in Vienna Austria from the 22nd until the 23th of February 2012. The summit is aimed towards Senior Representatives from EU, Government & Regulatory Bodies, EPC Contractors, Institutional Investors and Financial Institutions, Power Producers, RE Companies, TSOs, Project Developers, Consultancies and Law Firms. There will be 29 speakers, 2  Ministerial/Regulatory Panel Discussions and focused Financing Sessions (Debt, Equity, PPP, M&A, Development Banks) and 4 case studies (Hydro, Solar, Geothermal, Wind). Hot topics to be covered are:

-Role of renewables in European energy market
-Progressing towards 2020 target
-Situation in the mature markets
-Discovering potential in the developing markets
-Implementation of Renewable Energy Directive
-Status of feed in tariffs in Europe
-Debt financing
-Equity financing
-Renewable energy financing from development banks
-Public private partnership for renewable energy projects
-Renewable energy merger & acquisition
-Connecting renewable energy to the grid
-Project development issues
-Interesting case studies – from idea to realization

Last year’s meeting distribution of attendants was very diverse belonging in the sections below:

11% Public Sector

16% Consultants and Law Firms

30% Finance

35% Construction and Development

8% Other

And coming from Western Europe and Other (45%), SEE (31%) and CEE (24%)

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Peter Kay

Peter is a data analyst with over a decade of experience in environmental data analysis. He is a renewable energy sources supporter with his main areas of interest being biomass and energy recovery methods such as waste to energy. Peter is an editor in www.renewablegreenenergypower.com and most of his article can be found under the biomass/biofuels category. He is also a contributing editor in www.greenenergysavingtips.com where you can find useful information and tips on how you can help the environment and save money at the same time. You can connect with Peter @ Google+

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