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Renewable Energy Risk Management UK 2012

Event : Renewable Energy Risk Management UK 2012

Tue, 26/06/2012  
Conducted by : Green Power Conferences
Contact : Samantha Coleman

 Why Renewable Energy Risk Management 2012 makes the most of your time out of the office:

Developers, Manufacturers and Owner Operators:
Developers and manufacturers will benefit from extensive discussion of tried and tested financial risk reduction strategy as well as debate on the cutting edge of insurance and hedging potential. Join your peers in a unique opportunity to focus specifically on this critical element of your financial strategy, avoid expensive and far reaching risk management mistakes. Click here to see the full list of benefits for Developers, Manufacturers and Owner Operators
Investors:
Investors will learn more about the risk reduction process from the developers and insurers perspective, leading to a  greater understanding of the limits of ‘de-risking’ and the differences between traditional and renewable energies in this critical area. Take part in lively debates regarding what is and what is not insurable, and what that means for your investments portfolio strategy. Click here to see the full list of benefits for Investors
 “This conference allowed people with in-depth knowledge of the renewables field to exchange ideas and debate where the green insurance sector needs to grow. In particular the mix of brokers, underwriters, policy advisors and insurance purchasers enabled a great level of knowledge sharing and cross-fertilisation of ideas”.
E. Cahalin, Chief Accounting Officer, Mainstream Renewable Power 
New for 2012
Risk management strategies employed by developers, utilities and their brokers are becoming more sophisticated. In response to demand from the industry, the event has been expanded to encompass a greater variety of insurance and hedging tools and now takes place over two days. This will enable greater focus on derivatives and other, increasingly popular hedging tools, as well as analysis of classic insurance offerings as they adapt to reflect the market. How for instance will the insurance industry respond to the growing demand for political risk insurance?
Learn from industry leading insurers and risk experts, including:
Jens Boening, Head of Weather Derivatives, EDF Trading
Stuart Brown, Head of Origination APEMEA, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Luis Adao da Fonseca, Chief Business Development Officer and Member, EDP Renováveis
Mark Henderson, Investment Director, Cleantech & Environmental Sector, LDC
Manuele Monti, Risk Management - Energy Derivatives, GDF Suez 
Ryan Law, Managing Director, Geothermal Engineering
Phillip Oldcorn, Director, First Title
Sascha Enderle, Director, Analysis & Evaluation Fuels & Carbon, EnBW
Barney Schauble, Managing Director, Nephila Capital
Bernd Patzwald, Risk Engineering, E.ON Risk
Eimear Cahalin, Chief Accounting Officer, Mainstream Renewable Power 
Neil Perry, Chief Financial Officer, SolarCentury
Chris Laughton, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Solar Design
Luis Adao da Fonesca, Chief Business Development Officer, EDPR
Sauro Mostarda, Head of Operations, Solar Ventures
John Carson, Chief Executive Officer, Alterra Power
Leopold Reymaier, Deputy Head of Origination, Energy HSH Nordbank
John McAdoo, Chief Financial Officer, Nanosolar
Martin Malinow, Co-Founder and CEO, Galileo Weather
 
 For more information and to register your place click here or  
Contact Samantha Coleman
Call: +44 (0)20 7099 0600
 
 
Renewable Energy Risk Management is co-located with the industry leading event Global Wind Power Finance and Investment. Your delegate pass gives you access to both conferences and all networking breaks will include both sets of attendees.
 
Join the wind industry’s leading project developers, lenders, investors and financial innovators as they discuss cutting edge developments in the wind power finance and investment markets, as well as the challenges and prospects for 2012 and beyond. For more information on Global Wind Power Finance & Investment click here
 


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