The European Power Generation Strategy Summit
Start Date:28 Nov 11 End Date:30 Nov 11
As Europe's most exclusive strategic forum for the power utilities industry, the EPG summit annually focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing power portfolio management. Examining the inter-play between the technological, regulatory and economic trends affecting the development of conventional and renewable power, delegates will gain valuable intelligence on how to proceed with the development of their own assets.
Whether you are the CEO or board member from a leading European incumbent, or the chief analyst from an IPP, at EPG you will have the opportunity to hear from the most qualified experts bringing the issues to life using the most recent, high profile and relevant case studies. Ultimately the 2011 EPG Summit strives to address the critical issues affecting the development of your organisation's power assets and enable you to implement an action plan towards effective forward planning for their portfolio despite the volatile economic climate.
Featuring critical insights and detailed case studies the conference programme will provide complete strategic insights for:
Developing renewable energy sources
• Feasibility and management of renewable energy projects and investments during the current economic environment
• How to incorporate increasing levels of RES into the European energy market
• Entering RES emerging markets in South-Eastern Europe
New technologies (pre-conference focus day Monday 28th November)
• Consequences and opportunities for power generators given the proliferation of smart grids
• Progress on major European CCS pilot projects
• Case studies from prototype hydrogen economies
• New technology show cases from leading developers
Power project financing, mergers and acquisitions given prevailing economic conditions (pre-conference focus day Monday 28th November)
• The impact of the financial downturn on the lending landscape for power project financing
• The agenda of the next generation of energy infrastructure and equity investors in today's financial climate
• Overcoming the challenge of stalled power projects given the prevailing economic climate
• Financing renewable energy in a post-credit crunch environment
• Accounting for the human factor in M&A success
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