Making the Case for Renewable Power Projects

Mandarin Orchard Singapore, by Meritus, Singapore, Singapore
01 August - 03 August, 2018


A 3-day course for business-people and investors, providing a comprehensive introduction to the market positioning, economic planning and project deployment of the major renewable power technologies.

Learning Outcomes & Course Takeaways

  • An integrated, high-level understanding of how multiple factors impact renewable power project investment outcomes.
  • Checklists for analysing aspects including market positioning, project planning and risk mitigation.
  • A variety of simple, quantitative models (in Excel) to illustrate and examine key principles and variables, for example cash flow, investor returns and competitive bidding.
  • Specific project development and investment considerations of solar PV and wind power projects, plus comparative features of geothermal and hydro power.
  • Illustrative, up-to-date case studies of projects and market/investment approaches from around the world.
  • Focus on onshore and offshore project development with case studies

Who Should Attend

  • Renewable Energy Project Developers and Investors across Solar, Wind, Hydro and Geothermal
  • IPPs and EPCs
  • Government, Academia and Research
  • Banking and Finance
  • Electricity Distribution and Grid Management companies
  • Energy Storage Systems providers
  • Industrial Energy users
  • RE Project equipment, technology and systems providers

Course Director
Dr John Massey, Managing Director, Grey Cells Energy Ltd.
Dr Massey has over 25 years of commercial experience in industry research, analysis, business intelligence and training. Following ten-years as a Research Director at Informa – a $5bn FTSE-quoted business intelligence leader – he has since worked as an independent energy market analyst and trainer, most recently under his “Grey Cells Energy” brand for over 15 years. He has a 1st Class Master’s degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, followed by a PhD in Earth Sciences and a Diploma in Economics & Sustainability from the Open University, UK.