This webinar is on September 8, 2016. If you will not be able to attend, but interested in the presentations or webinar records, feel free to register anyway and send us a quick note.
|Date||Thursday, September 8, 2016|
|Time||9:00am Central European Summer time (CEST)|
11:30am Iran Daylight Time (IRDT)
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|Duration||ca. 45 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
Andrew Renton, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP
|Moderator||David Bregazzi, Solar Promotion|
The new initiative for development of renewables in Iran is focussed around the SUNA proposal for power purchase based on a schedule of pre-set tariffs and a draft generic PPA to be used in all renewable energy power purchase agreements.
At the Intersolar Summit Iran on November 15, 2016 we will look at the tariff structure and the PPA terms and conditions. For this webinar we will look at a slightly wider focus on the risk factors and assessment of how to proceed.
Key issues to be considered:
Andrew Renton is a leading partner in the International Energy and Utilities Sector group of Bird & Bird LLP based in the London office but covering the Middle East with colleagues from across the firm. He is an experienced negotiator on energy and infrastructure projects covering specific areas of expertise focussed around the commercial structure of projects, the delivery of all project documentation to bankable standards and country risk evaluation based on legislative capacity and capability within any relevant jurisdiction. Andrews training as a project manager during his career as a civil engineer remains a strong part of his practice offering and he his track record of delivering major projects with significant challenges continues to develop with his current workload. His role in the renewable energy, storage and low carbon sector has been a particular focus of Andrews practice in the recent past and his work has covered projects from the Americas to Malaysia. Andrew is known for his role in emerging market developments and risk analysis in new jurisdictions.