Power Projects in the Middle East & North Africa -Training Course

Venue: The Gulf Hotel

Location: Manama, Bahrain

Event Date/Time: May 18, 2009 End Date/Time: May 22, 2009
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Demand for power in the Middle East & North Africa is expected to skyrocket over the next ten years. Countries in the region are facing their biggest power challenge yet due to massive growth and the need for desalinated water. The power industry is key to ensuring the continued economic prosperity of countries across the region. In the current economic climate, it is more important than ever to ensure that successful

power projects move forward in the Middle East & North Africa.

Power Projects in the Middle East & North Africa is the only course of its kind to focus solely on the power sector in the region. Experts from the international and local power industry will equip you with essential skills and tools for working in the power sector in the Middle East & North Africa. Key features of the programme include:

* Balancing supply and demand
* Regulation and reform
* Electricity trading
* Performance improvement
* Power master planning
* Financing and investment for power projects
* Practical exercise on developing and negotiating IPPs

By attending this course you will:

* Compare the best renewable and non-renewable energy options for your country
* Evaluate power sector regulation and reform
* Pinpoint best practices for improving business performance
* Practice the negotiating skills to develop an IPP
* Identify win-win scenarios for all parties involved in power projects


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