Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Corso Como, WTC
When:March 08, 2017Add to calendar 2017/03/08 08:00 2017/03/08 10:15 Valuation of Energy Assets Breakfast session
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VALUATION OF ENERGY ASSETS
Rapid developments in the energy sector, such as dropping prices for offshore wind tenders, nuclear ausstieg, new technologies like storage, increase of renewable energy sources, and renewables becoming more mature, impact valuation of your energy assets. Knowing how to deal with these developments and uncertainties is an important aspect when making investment decisions (investing, divesting, life-time extension, revitalization, amortization). Energy asset valuation requires in-depth understanding of energy markets, legal aspects and asset operations, but also of financial modelling of the risks.
Following previously organized energy breakfast events, in this session DNV GL, with contributions from Simmons & Simmons and Vattenfall, will guide you through the most important aspects of valuation of energy assets. Get insight in specifics of energy asset valuation. Of course there is plenty of room for questions and interaction with experts.
- Managing risks of extending operational life of your wind turbine. What is the technical lifetime of the wind turbine? How to deal with O&M after the warranty period (will O&M costs increase/decrease, will availability change)? And how to value these risks in the financial model? Gerben Epema from Vattenfall will provide insights in these topics.
- Andrea Chao and Marieke Driessen from Simmons&Simmons will elaborate on the legal risks when extending lifetime of energy assets: what if certificates are not valid anymore after projected lifetime? Is it possible to extend lifetime? Are land leases and/or permits still valid? And how to value these risks in the financial model?
- Carmen Wouters from DNV GL will present about power price curve forecasting. Which curves to be used in the financial model? How to capture market developments in power price curves? Which sensitivities can be distinguished? What is the impact of scenarios on the future yield?
We offer you this platform where various stakeholders with interests in the energy industry will meet and share insights and best practices. We have invited a small and select group of people - for optimal interaction - coming from the finance industry, from utilities and of course project developers. There will be plenty of room for discussion and networking over coffee in a relaxed setting.
Don't hesitate and register for our exclusive breakfast event today! Please register at your earliest convenience, as space is limited. This event is free of charge (we appreciate a notification if you are not able to join after signing in).
Wednesday, March 8 2017, 08:00 - 10:15.
Corso Como (WTC Amsterdam)
1077 XW Amsterdam
We look forward to meeting you.