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15 April 2016

Financing Renewables: Expanding the Bankable Opportunities

Free Event • Registration Required

Join the Warwick Finance and Global Energy Professional Networks at our joint event on Friday 15th April 2016 at the Shard, London.

Decisions about capital investment need to consider what may happen over decades in the future and can include high levels of uncertainty. How are renewable projects able to attract capital investment?

Join fellow professionals and hear the views of investment and energy advisory experts on:

  • How renewable energy projects are evaluated  and compete with traditional power generation; and
  • Whether policy interventions introduce the right ambition and longevity for competitive risk adjusted returns.

Schedule:

17:00 - Doors open and welcome drinks
18:00 – Presentations
19:15 - Networking
20:30 – Close

 

Dan Darley, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Chase

Dan Darley is based in London where he heads Infrastructure Finance in EMEA. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan he worked at the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation, working on both infrastructure and private equity buy-side transactions, and before that at Dresdner Kleinwort for 10 years, working in Infrastructure Finance. Dan holds a B.A from Trinity College, Cambridge University, and a post graduate Diploma in Computer Science, he is also a CFA charterholder.

 

James Higgins, Partner at Ecuity Consulting LLP

As Co-Founder and Partner at Ecuity, James leads on Ecuity’s Insight and Strategy service which helps the organisations he works with manage risk and opportunity within the energy policy environment. James encourages business leaders to consider political issues from a commercial angle, assists in the determination of objectives and delivery of cut-through communications. An experienced campaigner James also works hands-on with clients and the Ecuity consulting team to develop persuasive narratives supported by technical and economic analysis. James’s clients include market leaders across the renewable, heating and energy efficiency sectors. James has previously worked as a Parliamentary specialist for the UK’s water industry regulator Ofwat. He holds a First Class Honours in Politics from Liverpool University and in 2012 graduated from the Global Energy MBA programme at Warwick Business School, the world’s first energy industry focused MBA

// With

Dan Darley, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Chase

James Higgins, Partner at Ecuity Consulting LLP

// Where

Level 17, The Shard, 32 London Bridge St,
London
SE1 9SG
England Get directions »

// When

Friday 15 April 2016, 17:00 - 20:30

// Contact

kate.freind@wbs.ac.uk
024 765 75549

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