Sunday, March 16, 2014

Event - Wind Energy Summit South Africa

Wind Energy Summit South Africa will take place on April 9-10, 2014, in Cape Town, South Africa. Find out how to unlock your business potential as well as meet with the leading companies in country. Wind Energy Update is the reference point for over 35,000 senior executives working in wind power generation. Our impartial perspective allows us to comment freely and express views on what’s happening and why. Our international events explore industry opportunities, challenges and emerging best practices tailored for executives working in wind energy. All of the high power members of the South African wind industry are confirmed to attend.

Some of those that will be attending
  • The Department of Energy
  • The National Treasury NERSA 
  • Eskom Rand Merchant Bank
  • Nedbank Capital 
  • Enel Green Power 
  • Mainstream Renewable Power ARUP 
  • ESBi Siemens 
  • Suzlon
Just a few of the key players that will be speaking:

Key government bodies, the DoE, the National Treasury, Department of Environmental Affairs and the DEDEAT all set to speak so you understand their future commitment to wind and gain insight into the legislations that you need to meet

Meet Directors from leading developers, Mainstream, Enel Green Power, E.ON, Red Cap, Gestamp Wind, and Acciona attending so you can learn their key challenges and where the business opportunities are Lead decision makers from NERSA and Eskom speaking on risk absorbance and grid integration giving you key insight into your project timelines Financiers including, Rand Merchant Bank, Nedbank Capital and Standard Bank sharing insight on financier’s appetite and lending abilities so you can structure your projects accordingly.

Key drivers behind the success of this summit:

CEO and C-Level panel discussion on maintaining a competitive edge: Debate with an international and local panel including Enel Green Power, Red Cap and two of the leading South African banks on the changing landscape of South African wind and how to match the competition

The 'Big Four' SA banks to participate: Already Nedbank Capital, Standard Bank and Rand Merchant Bank are set to share their views of onshore wind in South Africa, with the other big two interested in participating

The Head of the Grid Access Unit: Take part in a debate on grid connectivity and risk absorbance hosted by the Head of the Grid Access Unit, Eskom

Fully exploring Social Economic Empowerment (SEE): Address the core SEE issues head on with our senior level panel involving the DoE, DEDEAT, UNEP, REEEP, One World, and the WWF to ensure you are not left behind as this market rapidly evolves

Click here to download the brochure and the full program including the delegate list containing information on who is already confirmed to attend.

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