LAUNCH Investor Forum
Thinking BIG: Securitizing Sustainable Energy Assets in Europe
27th Nov 2019 Rue de la Chancellerie 2, 1000 Bruxelles
The aim of the LAUNCH Investor Forum is to think BIG – key market players will discuss why EPC has not yet been securitized and what is needed to achieve securitization of Sustainable Energy Assets under EPC contracts.
The November 27 event will take place at the headquarters of BNP Paris Fortis in Brussels and will feature:
NETWORKING CONFERENCE | 13:00 – 19:00 CET
Presentation of the LAUNCH H2020 project which aims to securitize Sustainable Energy Assets
Plenary session including representatives from DG Energy, EASME (European Commission), AFME Association for Financial Markets in Europe, and leading experts from the energy and finance markets.
“Lightning raise” session – project developers, project financiers and equity capital providers will have the opportunity to pitch to each other and provide feedback in front of a live audience.
The agenda will allow ample opportunity for interactive exchange between project developers, project financiers and providers of growth capital, with a focus on discussion and problem solving. The day will end with a networking drink for participants.
The event will also feature:
CONTRACTOR WORKSHOP | 8:30 – 13:00 CET
Morning session only dedicated to project developers selling, designing, and implementing EPC projects. The aim of the half day workshop is to share knowledge and provide feedback based on the LAUNCH template Energy Performance Contract, and challenges and best practices for streamlining sales processes. The workshop will provide exposure to the latest research and tools designed to enable project developers to achieve scale through shortening the sales cycle to end-clients and investors.
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