The course is designed to provide clear, independent and business-focused guidance on market opportunity and risk to those deploying investing in or regulating renewable power projects.
It is presented in language suited to non-engineering commercial executives and investors, so no prior knowledge is assumed or required. Presented throughout in an interactive and market-focused way, the course connects the multiple market environment factors that need to align in order that renewable power can scale up and integrate from the business, system and policy environment to the project development processes, finances, risks and returns.
Over 4 days, attendees will be led from the global picture and trends through to the variables impacting the success (or failure) of individual projects and the integration of large amounts of renewable energy into individual power markets. This market analysis approach recognises that the sustainable growth of any renewable power business requires the balancing of interconnected and potentially conflicting requirements, including reliable service, investor returns and public/political acceptance.
Day 1: The Market Enviornment for Renewable Power
Module 1: The Growth and Status of Renewable Power
Module 2: The Role of Renewables in the Power Generation Mix
Module 3: The Impact of Renewables on Electricity Costs and Prices
Module 4: Introducing Key Energy Mix & Market Analysis Factors
Day 2: Understanding Investment Returns & Risks in Renewable Power Projects
Module 5: Renewable Power Business Case Variables
Module 6: Attracting Investment, and the Costs of Finance
Module 7: Regulatory Impacts & Policy Risks
Module 8: Illustrating the Key Variables in Competitive Bidding
Day 3: Deploying Renewable Power Projects:
Module 9: Project Phases & Key Contracts
Module 10: resource Risks in Renewable Energy
Module 11: Reviewing other Project Development & Risk Specifics: (i) Solar & Wind
Module 12: Reviewing other Project Development & Risk Specifics: (ii) Geothermal & Biopower
Day 4: Integrating Renewable Power at Large Scales
Module 13: Impacts of Renewable Power within Grid Systems
Examples & Discussion: Published scenarios for 100% renewables: what are the assumptions and how realistic are they?
Module 14: Electricity Storage and the Alternatives
Module 15: Socioeconomic Considerations in Renewable Power Growth
Discussion: The policymaker's dilemma and the challenges of balancing different aspects of the market enviornment
Closing Interactive Session:
Module 16: Transitioning to 100% Renewable Power
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gkq97h/4_day_course?w=4