Sunday, February 7, 2016

Event - Clean Energy Finance Europe Conference

This event will take place on February 24th and 25th 2016 in London, United Kingdom. ACI’s Clean Energy Finance Europe conference will bring together the leading executives and experts from across the entire value chain (Investors, CEO’s, Finance Directors, and Technology Experts,) for two days of informative presentations, interactive discussion & excellent networking opportunities.

Key Topics:

Economic outlook on the key issues facing the markets and approaches taken for the future
Exploring investable technologies from leading markets in renewable fields
Uncovering the latest technical advancements and commercial investment opportunities in tidal energy
In depth market analysis of energy storage and the integrated grid including batteries, and hydrogen technology
Latest European policy updates impacting investment decisions
Developments and prospective on the re-regulated future
Find out what the CFD auction design and applications scheme means for investors and future contracting
Assessing innovative financing options for renewables in Europe
Addressing responses to the dynamic market, and implications for investors, policy makers, and businesses

Click here for the latest agenda.

For more information and to register contact Rohan Baryah – Marketing/Sales + 48 (0)61 646 7022 rbaryah@acieu.net

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