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Solar Power Asia

19-22 March 2018, Singapore

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overview

Asia’s ONLY Solar Power event with a focus on regional markets comes to Singapore for the first time in 2018. Part of the Renewable Energy Week, the conference is part of a series of events designed to bring together Government, Project owners and developers, investors, technology and service providers from across the globe.

Conference Highlights

  • Case studies by project owners and developers
  • Government perspectives on upcoming regulation and implementation
  • Solar Project updates and partnership / new investment opportunities
  • ASEAN, North Asia, India, Australia and China in focus
  • Online Networking Tool, Access the participant list in advance!
  • Pick and choose your sessions, Network across all events

Part of

Renewable Energy Week >>

Co-Located Events

Solar Power Asia >>
Wind Power Asia >>

agenda

9:00 am

The key component of any power project is the successful negotiation of the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). Through this important document, terms for potential stakeholders (off-takers, owners and financiers) are negotiated and agreed upon, risks are allocated, and legal, commercial and technical provisions are set out for parties involved.

 

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • The Workshop shall equip participants with an in-depth understanding of key PPA clauses, concepts, laws and regulations
  • It aims to guide potential stakeholders on how to structure power tariffs, mitigate the risks involved, and weigh the options for effective dispute resolution
  • At the end of the workshop, participants will possess the basic tools and know-how to draft contract terms, provisions and negotiate PPAs successfully

 

Workshop Leader:

Justin Tan, Partner
Clyde & Co

Justin is a partner based in the firm’s Singapore office. Having lived and worked in key Asia Pacific business and financial centres Singapore, Tokyo and Shanghai, Justin’s practice focuses on projects and corporate/commercial work across Asia Pacific and South Asian jurisdictions.

His projects practice covers projects primarily in the energy, infrastructure and commodities sectors, with also projects relating to the construction of manufacturing and R&D facilities for all sector players. His corporate practice covers cross border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity, multijurisdictional corporate restructuring exercises and general corporate and commercial work. He also advises clients on international trade and commodities transactions and regulations around the Southeast Asia region.

Justin has advised on major energy (including renewables), infrastructure and chemicals projects in Southeast Asia, China, the UAE, and Brazil, acting for both project sponsors and lenders. He advises on all aspects of projects including project financing and bankability, tender processes and obtaining of government licences and permits, technology licensing and transfer, EPC and project management, land-related issues as well as supply, off-take and tolling arrangements.

Justin is qualified as an advocate and solicitor of the Singapore Bar, as well as a solicitor of England & Wales. He speaks fluent English, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese.

 

 

8:00 am

Day 1 Main Conference Registration and Morning Coffee

10:30 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

11:00 am

 

  • ASEAN’s target of securing 23% of its primary energy from renewable sources by 2025
  • Significant acceleration of Renewable Energy deployment required over the coming decade
  • How ASEAN member states may benefit from these global trends

 

11:30 am

  • Typical and innovative financing structures for RE projects
  • What financiers look for
  • Successful financing case studies in Asia for Wind & Solar power sectors

12:00 pm

  • Government initiatives on renewable energy market
  • New projects and investment planned
  • Incentives and support for market entrants

12:30 pm

Networking Lunch. End of Plenary Sessions

SOLAR POWER ASIA CONTINUES

1:30 pm

  • Solar PV vs Fossils: global snapshot
  • South East Asia: Potential vs Reality
  • Opportunities for SEA

2:00 pm

  • Background and salient provisions of the Renewable Energy Act of 2008
  • Available fiscal and non-fiscal incentives under the RE Act, for both on-grid and off-grid, which include the following, among others:
    • Feed-in-Tariff System
    • Net-metering program
    • Renewable Portfolio Standards
    • Green Energy Option
    • Renewable Energy Market
  • Where is the Philippines now with regards to the implementation of the RE Act 2008?
  • Level of investments in Renewable Energy in the Philippines

2:30 pm

  • Powering Philippines through solar projects – opportunity and challenges
  • Commercial and technology investment
  • Energy retail market in Philippines
  • Project announcement for 2018
  • Comparing and contrasting intricacies in PPPs vs Private Partnerships
  • Project feasibility and assessment

3:00 pm

  • TNB plans for supporting Government targets of 500 megawatts (MW) of capacity of NEM beginning 2016 until 2020
  • The Solar Energy Purchase/Leasing product workings and implications
  • Opportunities for investors

3:30 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

4:00 pm

  • Sustainable innovation and solutions for adopting solar
  • Technological, Finance and regulation requirements
  • Challenges in entering Singapore’s solar industry
  • Cost, quality, turnkey technical requirement and project management

4:30 pm

  • Major projects highlight in India
  • Update on different phases and batches of ‘Build-Own-Operate’ solar pipelines
  • Government initiatives on achieving 20,000 MW of grid connected solar power by 2022, where are we at?
  • Rebates on buying and installation cost of solar panels
  • Updates on the National Solar Mission
  • Opportunities for investors

5:00 pm

  • Regional snapshot of solar projects in the region and globally in short/long term
  • Mergers and acquisitions in the case of Thailand
  • Commercialising of solar projects and what are opportunities and challenges
  • Identifying high quality assets and local partnerships

5:30 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Main Conference Day One

8:55 am

Day 2 Main Conference

9:00 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

MARKET MODELS AND TECHNOLOGIES

9:10 am

  • Where do we see the prospects in the region?
  • Current decentralised solar systems, power demand – supply outlook
  • Incorporating technology for operational and cost efficiency
  • Challenges in decentralizing energy systems – working with local regulations
  • Increasing renewable energy uptake in ASEAN
  • Sindicatum projects highlights

9:40 am

  • Identifying opportunities in the Asian Energy Market
  • Challenges in Cross boarder sales of electricity
  • Intricacies in supplying solar power through subsea High Voltage Direct Current Interconnector

10:10 am

  • Project feasibility assessment
  • Technological aspects of floating structures and PV modules
  • Environmental considerations
  • Development phases and timelines to consider
  • Market and investment outlook for floating solar

10:40 am

 

  • Implementation of net metering in rooftop solar, the advantages and challenges.
  • Negotiation and attainment of corporate Power Purchase Agreements
  • Battery storage in the future of solar power

 

11:00 am

Morning tea

11:30 am

  • How to lower LCOE of Solar Energy
  • Challenges of deploying solar comparing to conventional sources
  • The potential of Floating PV and its advantages

STORAGE AND GRID INTEGRATION

12:00 pm

  • Identifying opportunities for vertical expansion in the ASEAN Solar Industry
  • Journey to supplying your own solar developments
  • Battery storage for a 24/7 Solar future
  • Where are the investments?

12:30 pm

  • Intricacies in the development of hybrid projects
  • Assessing the success of your project: What to look for on techno-economic assessment?
  • International expansion in the solar industry

1:00 pm

Networking Lunch

2:00 pm

  • A Distribution Utility Perspective of Integrating end-use installations through the Net-Metering (Net-Billing scheme for installations <100 kW) and through Self-consumption
  • System Readiness (Upgrade of Interconnection Standards to synchronize grid-tied RE systems, Update of Customer Processes, UpSkilling of Personnel
  • System Impact analysis (Forecasting Adoption, Tariff review)
  • DU Transformation

BIDDING, FINANCING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT

2:30 pm

  • Taking the leap from traditional forms of energy to solar power
  • Highlights and updates on Sembcorp’s Projects

3:00 pm

  • Capacity and investment requirement
  • Small and medium scale operation models
  • Storage capacity requirement to meet targeted PPA Price

3:30 pm

  • Project costs estimation, technical operation and maintenance
  • Installation and operation
  • Land acquisition
  • Working with Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC)

Senior Representative, Equis Energy (confirmed)

4:00 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

CLOSING PLENARY FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY WEEK

4:30 pm

  • Comparing and contrasting regulatory incentives across Asia
  • What is determining investment ROI, and how to manage it better
  • Specific strategies for Wind vs Solar Power
  • Project evaluation and comparison for investment decisions
  • Compliance challenges and work arounds
  • Investment Trends in Renewable Energy
  • Risk management for RE projects

For Moderator/Panelist opportunities, please contact: Siang-Yee Tel: +65 65082446 | Email: siangyee.yeo@ibcasia.com.sg or Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: Natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

5:00 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Conference Day Two

9:00 am

Renewable energy projects are by no means a small investment. Usually requiring large amounts of financing, implementing viable utility scale projects requires project developers to draft robust plans that attract investors, and this can be a hurdle for some. As a result, many renewable energy projects stall during the development phase. Learn how to create successful project proposals with IRENA’s project navigator.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the most critical factors in developing bankable renewable energy projects
  • Aims to present multiple possible solutions to improving financing conditions for renewable energy projects
  • At the end of the workshop, participants will have a better understanding of how to develop, finance and invest in a RE project and will know how to access tools and financing options to develop those projects.

Workshop Leader:

Roland Roesch
Senior Programme Officer, RE Markets and Technology Dialogue
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Germany

 

 

pricing

Packages Price
2 Day Conference$2795Early Bird
Extras Price
Pre Conference Workshop $500
Post Conference Workshop $500

Register 2 Delegates & get 1 FREE PASS
Enter Promo code: “GROUP3-RW” for Group Savings
Group rate is based on normal rate of 2-day main conference package only.

For Group Registrations of more than 3 team members: email info@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2477

  • Multiple Bookings Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 2 or more delegates from the same organisation registering for the same event, at the same time.
  • Fee stated is the discounted price PER DELEGATE. Only one discount applies; either the early bird rate OR group rate.
  • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel.
  • All delegates from Singapore-based companies are required to pay an additional 7% GST (SINGAPORE EVENTS ONLY)

Sponsorship

Partnership and Profile Building Opportunities are Now Available!
Contact us today to find out how you can position your company as a market leader at this event, and to explore the range of branding and marketing opportunities available.

 

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speakers

Justin Tan

Partner Clyde & Co

Y.B.K Reddy

Deputy General Manager (PV), Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited, India

Dr. Ir. Tumiran

Board Member, National Energy Council, Dewan Energi Nasional (DEN), Indonesia

Søren Mensal Kristensen

Energy Counsellor - G2G, Head of Energy Cooperation, Embassy of Denmark to Indonesia, Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea & ASEAN

Jose P. Leviste Jr

Member of the Advisory Council, Sindicatum Renewable Energy, Philippines

Naresh Kumar Govindan

Director & Head – Business Development, juwi Renewable Energies Ltd, Singapore

Chollawit Winitchai

Head of International Investment Division, Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc. (RATCH), Thailand

Pham Quoc Anh

Vice Chairman and Deputy General Manager (Energy & Investment), Phu Cuong Group Corporation, Vietnam

Jay Mariyappan

Managing Director, Sindicatum Sustainable Resources, Singapore

Anna Maria A. Reodica

Renewables Program Manager and Specialist, Manila Electric Company (MERALCO), Philippines

Roland Roesch

Senior Programme Officer, RE Markets and Technology Dialogue, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Germany

Duarte da Silva

Managing Director, Asia Climate Partners, Hong Kong

Gian Yi-Hsen

Executive Director CleanTech, Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), Singapore

Alexander Lenz

Chief Executive Officer, Conergy, Singapore

John Eric T. Francia

President and CEO, AC Energy Holdings, Inc., Philippines

Ir. Nirinder Singh Johl

Head of New Products, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Malaysia

Lionel Steinitz

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, LYS Energy Group, Singapore

Franck Constant

Founder and CEO, Constant Energy, Thailand

Geoffrey James

Director of Technology, Pilbara Solar Pty Ltd, Australia

Dr. Thomas Reindl

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) - National University of Singapore

Manu Karan

Vice President – Business Development and New Initiatives, CleanMax Solar, India

Milan Koev

Head of Asia Pacific, REC Solar, Singapore

Leandro Leviste

President and Chief Executive Officer, Solar Philippines, Philippines

Sunil Gupta

Head – Group Renewables, Sembcorp Industries, Singapore

Christophe Moyon

Chief Executive Officer – Indonesia, Akuo Energy, Indonesia

Liming Qiao

China Director, Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), China

Olivier Duguet

Chief Executive Officer, The Blue Circle, Singapore

Adrian Wong

Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang (Singapore) LLP, Singapore

Brandon Courban

Executive Director, Olympus Capital (Asia Environmental Partners), Singapore

Sheharyar Chughtai

Vice President, Asia Pacific Project Finance, Korea Development Bank, Singapore

when & where

19 - 22 Mar 2018

Amara Singapore
165 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088539
Tel: +65 6879 2555
Fax: +65 224 3910

Contact Person:
Ira Ng, Sales Manager
Email: ira.ng@amarahotels.com
Tel: +65 6879 2678
M: +65 9383 2971

contact

Still have a question?

Speaking Opportunities
Natalie Wee
+65-6508 2876
 natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

Sponsorship Opportunities
Miki Kong
+65 6508 2477
 miki.kong@ibcasia.com.sg

Media & Association Partnership Opportunities
Tham Ruohyi
+65 6508 2463
ruohyi.tham@ibcasia.com.sg

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