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IJ Offshore Wind Forum
04 October 2012
Thursday 4 October 2012
14:00-18:00 BST, London
"Equity not Project Finance is the only way forward..."
Infrastructure Journal, in partnership with Willis, are pleased to announce the agenda and date for the inaugural half day seminar on the future funding of offshore wind.
Taking place in London on the 4th October, the half day meeting will discuss and debate how offshore wind will be financed and delivered in an environment of market fragility and uncertainty that is impacting all parts of the supply chain.
At its heart it will assess just how much of a continued role project finance can play in the wake of the credit crisis and changing regulatory environment. It will assess amongst other things, current funding models vs. equity alternatives.
Discussion point will include:
- Investment required vs available capital – what is the gap and how can it be filled?
- Project finance what role can it play?
- Equity investors and their appetite and capacity to deliver projects?
- Institutional investors, their role and what they need in order for this to be realised?
- Supply chain and its role in de-risking project delivery and driving down costs – what is being done?
Please note that places are limited to 50 attendees as the Forum is designed as a ‘Conversation with the industry’ as opposed to at it, this will also be reflected in the rooms set up, limited power point presentations and the proceedings will be transcribed and available as a take away for all attendees.
At the conclusion of the Forum there will be a drinks reception taking place on the 23rd Floor of the Willis building.
We do hope you can join us and look forward to meeting you in London.
For full programme & registration, please contact forums@4C.ijonline.com or call 0845 056 8069 (UK callers) or +44 (0) 207 554 5816 (outside UK) and quote “Q203-IPFA” for an exclusive 15% discount.
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