Stockholm Wind Seminar: Wind Power Investments – What does the Future Hold?

My colleagues from the Bird & Bird Stockholm office are organising a seminar on “Wind Power Investments – What does the Future Hold?” on 27 November. I will have the pleasure to speak about “Energiewende 3.0 – Changing German Feed-in Tariffs to Competitive Bidding by 2017?”

Here’s the schedule of the seminar

8.30 – 8.35

Welcome

Christian Luthman, Partner and Kristina Forsbacka, Senior European Counsel, Bird & Bird Sverige

8.35 – 9.15

Swedish and international investors’ view on Swedish wind power (Thomas Jörgensen, Head of Corporate Finance Advisory, Deloitte)

HgCapital’s view on Swedish wind power (Luigi Pettinicchio, Director – Renewable Power, HgCapital)

9.15 – 9.45

What is the expected production cost and what do we think about the revenue– will the projects be profitable? (Frank Krönert, Senior Consultant, Sweco)

What impact does the technological development have on the profitability of the wind power projects? (Mattias Eriksson, Consultant Renewable Energy, Sweco)

9.45 – 10.05

Financing of wind power in the Nordic countries and Germany (Carin Frost, Senior Transaction Manager, SEB)

10.20 – 10.40

What does the EU Court’s ruling in the Ålands Vindkraft case mean for support to renewable energy in Europe? (Kristina Forsbacka, Senior European Counsel, Bird & Bird Sverige)

10.40 – 11.00

What will happen at “Kontrollstation 2015” and how will the support to renewable energy be regulated after 2020? (Gustav Ebenå, Energimyndigheten)

11.00 – 11.20

Energiewende 3.0 – Changing German Feed-in Tariffs to Competitive Bidding by 2017? (Matthias Lang, Partner, Bird & Bird)

11.20 – 11.30 A comment from Svensk Vindenergi (Tomas Hallberg, project manager)

11.30 – 11.55

Panel discussion

The seminar will be partly in Swedish, partly in English.

Please let me know if you would like to attend.

Source: Bird & Bird Stockholm

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