Future Energy and Finance 2017
There is an indisputable transition and focus to new forms of cleaner and climate-friendly energies to power the future, Future Energy and Finance 2017 will gather investors, energy companies and solution providers from the renewable energies, nuclear, fossil fuels and mining sectors; all with a focus on discussing the mix of the cleaner and greener future energy space and how best to overcome existing issues related to financing, technology gaps, regulation and integration. Future Energy and Finance 2017 will gather investors, energy companies and solution providers from the renewable energies, nuclear, fossil fuels and mining sectors; all with a focus on discussing the mix of the cleaner and greener future energy space.
- Event Type:
- Nov. 28-30, 2017
- Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St
- London , UK
Key topics to be discussed
Future Energy and Finance 2017 will address a number of critical topics concerning project finance and raising capital for energy projects, including, but not limited to, how regulatory updates will impact financing initiative, the emergence of renewable PPAs and how this makes financing renewables more attractive for investors as well as panel discussions on the value and associated risks of energy efficiency, wind, solar, energy from waste and uranium investments.
Meet the Investors
Future Energy and Finance 2017 will not only focus on discussion, with over 70 investors in the room there will be fantastic opportunities to network with fund managers, portfolio managers and partners from investment capital companies who have a specific focus on expanding their current portfolio of future-focused energy investments.
Meet the Energy Providers
Over the course of the three days there will be the opportunity to hear case studies and understand the key challenges from a wide range of energy providers in Europe. With over 70 representatives from energy companies, this will be fantastic exposure for technology providers offering their more cost-effective and operationally efficient solutions to those in the renewable energy and nuclear industries.