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Wednesday, 28 September 2016
11:30 - 13:00 Offshore wind power: a mature asset class

Room: Hall D

Offshore wind has successfully overcome many technical and cost challenges in recent years and grown at an impressive rate. However, investor appetite for this asset class remains mixed; many investors see considerable opportunities and lower risks, but others still shy away from the sector. This session will discuss what is positively and negatively affecting confidence levels, whether the risks are real or perceptual, and what can be done by the sector to further improve confidence. Overall, we will seek to answer the question - is offshore wind power now a mature asset class?

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Learning objectives

  • Understand what factors influence the risk balance of offshore wind power projects;
  • Assess financing and investor requirements for offshore wind power;
  • Gain an understanding of current industry size and future potential;
  • Explore how offshore wind power can be considered a mature asset class.
Simon Luby, Global Head of Due Diligence, K2 Management, United Kingdom

Paul Bradley
Chief Financial Officer, Northland Power Inc., Canada
Offshore Wind Development from an IPP Equity Perspective  

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Nick Gardiner
Head of Offshore Wind, Green Investment Bank, United Kingdom

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Ranjan Moulik
Global Head of Power, Natixis, France

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Achim Berge Olsen
Managing Director, wpd offshore GmbH, Germany

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Michael van der Heijden
Managing Director, Amsterdam Capital Partners, The Netherlands

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