Renewable Energy Finance Week Hong Kong 2012 (Finance Week Hong Ko)

Venue: The Excelsior

Location: Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Event Date/Time: Jul 03, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 06, 2012
Registration Date: Jul 03, 2012
Early Registration Date: May 21, 2012
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Renewable Energy Finance Week Hong Kong 2012
3-6 July, 2012
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Examining renewable energy finance opportunities in Asia
Green Power Conferences is delighted to announce Renewable Energy Finance Week Hong Kong, the first and only series of sessions to focus on finance & investment strategies specifically for renewable energy in Asia.

Energy consumption in Asia is increasing rapidly. In fact, it's predicted that by 2030, a massive 38% of global energy demand will come from Asia. Renewable Energy Finance Week Hong Kong is designed to examine the trends that are driving this exciting market. And help you take advantage of key opportunities for investment in renewable energy projects and companies throughout Asia.

Why Attend?
• UNIQUE: The first and only event to focus on finance & investment strategies specifically for renewable energy in Asia
• COMPREHENSIVE: Meet the entire finance value chain from Institutional Investors, Fund Managers, Banks and Venture Capitalists to Project & Technology Developers, Risk Managers and Government representatives
• EXPERIENCED: 9 years experience working internationally on finance and investment; excellent track record for attracting senior decision makers; first class networking and business development opportunities
• FOCUSSED: The programme is broken down into specific forums to tackle key issues including Policy, Investment, Technology, Markets, Infrastructure and Risk
• PRACTICAL: Hear first-hand how investors and developers went about establishing themselves in different regional markets

Renewable Energy Finance Week Hong Kong had such a phenomenal response in the first weeks of its launch and we have already confirmed 30 top-level industry speakers from across the industry value chain including:
• William Byun, Managing Director, Asia Renewables
• Brad Sterley, Director, Standard Chartered
• Vivek Tandon, Co-Founder & General Partner, Aloe Private Equity
• Duarte Henriques da Silva, Investment Specialist, Capital Markets and Financial Sectors Division, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
• Brandon Courban, Investment Director, Low Carbon Investors
• Laurent Margoloff, Director, Project Finance Asia, BNP Paribas
• Simon Cheah, Director, Project and Structured Finance, Canadian Solar
• Niklas Ponnert, Chief Financial Officer, Origo Partners
• Alex Lui, Director of Environmental Investments, Olympus Capital
• Dr. Pallapa Ruangrong, Commissioner, Energy Regulatory Commission of Thailand

And here’s a glimpse of what will be covered in this year’s event:
Asia Renewable Energy Policy Summit
• Evaluating the impact of recent policies: Industrial, Energy, Development, and Finance Policy
• Determining a criteria creating investment grade regulation
• Exploring financing mechanisms: tax rebates and credits, carbon financing, science R&D grants

Asia Renewable Energy Finance Summit
• Assessing how energy markets are developing in the region
• Analysing different sources of finance: project finance, corporate finance, vendor finance, development banks, grants, cross border flows
• Tackling key investment challenges: projects equity, projects debt, corporate finance, IPOs and raising capital
• Overcoming technical obstacles for developers and vendors, including vendor financing and mergers & acquisitions
• Understanding opportunities for institutional investors and long term capital strategic investors
• Assessing market conditions and changes: developed markets, emerging markets, solar, bioenergy, biopower & biofuels, wind, energy from waste, offshore wind and transmission and geothermal Power

Asia Renewable Energy Risk Summit
• Analysing your risk exposure and implementing strategies to mitigate negative impacts
• Examining the most effective risk techniques for project & infrastructure management
• Implementing early licence acquisition as a risk management technique
• Evaluating late stage risks: the security of supply chain and getting-to-grid challenges

For the full agenda and speaker list and to register your place please visit
Contact Samantha Coleman on +44 (0)20 7099 0600 or via email at


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