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Three Day Power Project Evaluation, Economics and Development Course (Singapore, Singapore - September 13-14-15, 2017) - Research and Markets

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Power
Project Evaluation, Economics and Development"
conference to
their offering.

The markets for power projects are changing. Evaluating project
opportunities requires in-depth understanding of these changes, which
can involve a variety of fundamental market and policy risks, and other
factors.

In this specially designed up-to-date course, we would cover valuation
issues underpinning a variety of common project types, including
traditional coal projects, gas-to-power projects (small scale and larger
scale), and renewable energy projects. The course would focus on
projects with some degree of merchant exposure or where underlying
fundamentals are important to the investment decision.

Examples include buying assets with nearly expired PPAs but options to
negotiate extension; exposure to merchant market risk (wholesale spot
market and retail contracting), and risks associated with investments in
renewable energy that may not be covered by a FiT regime.

We would have particular regard to the most dynamic and active markets
in Asia.

Course Format

The course will be held in a highly interactive workshop format with
presentations, case studies, examples, exercises and group discussion
sessions.

Pre-Course Questionnaire

Pre-Course Questionnaire will be sent to you prior to the workshop to
complete. Professor Richard will analyze in advance and address the
issues during the course.

Certificate of Attendance

Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a
Certificate of Attendance bearing the signatures from both the Expert
Trainer and the Course Organizer. This Certificate will testify your
endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.

For more information about this conference visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xbvdvj/power_project

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