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  • 1. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:40 Page 1 www.greenpowerconferences.com +1 971 238 0700 al 30 nde fir ple li at y c for a re page Se te on sam 0+ es me st! ad 6 e d 4-5 September 2012, The Intercontinental Hotel, Santiago, Chile 3 events in one: Solar Power Chile Wind Power Chile GeoPower Chile Meet over 300 key developers, financiers, government & renewables experts Hear from 70+ speakers with wind, geothermal and solar projects: Gold Sponsors Carlos Barría, Head of the Renewable Paolo Pietrogrande, Chairman, Energy Division, Ministry of Energy Element Power Solar María Paz de la Cruz, Executive Director, Álvaro Lorente, Chief Executive Officer, Centro de Energías Renovables Torresol Energy Eric Ahumada, Vice President, Business Marcelo Banto C., General Manager South Development, Transelec America, SeaWIND Sudamérica Juan Carlos Olmedo, Board Member, Santiago Rodríguez Agúndez, Managing CDEC-SIC Partner, Ingenostrum Carlos Lagos, General Manager, Fernando Ferreyra, Development Director, Consorcio Eolico Pattern Energy Juan Walker, President, Lennart Fagerberg, Managing Director Brazil This event will be simultaneously Atacama Solar & Chile, E.ON translated into Spanish & English Gustavo Boetsch, General Manager, Kaltemp Cristián Sjögren, Chief Executive Officer, La Conferencia será traducida Solar Chile simultáneamente en español e Inglés Dr. Gerardo Hiriart, General Director, ENAL Cristian Herrera, Country Manager, Enel Green Power Peter Barnett, Managing Director, Chile, Silver Sponsors Hot Rock Limited Manuel Sanchez, Country Manager, Chile EDC (Energy Development Richard Romero, Vice President, Finance, Corporation) AEI See in side for ful The global meeting place for the Chilean renewable industry speake l r list Global attendee list with more than 300 attendees confirmed. Companies from across the globe already confirmed from Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, The Philippines, Spain, United Kingdom, USA 3 conferences in one! Build your own agenda from: 3 September Pre-Conference Workshop - Developing and Financing a Project in Chile CIREC Expo 4 September 5 September Wind Power Chile Solar Power Chile GeoPower Chile E: samantha.coleman@greenpowerconferences.com Online: www.greenpowerconferences.com/cirec Endorsed by: Official offset partner: Organized by:
  • 2. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:40 Page 2 "Green Power Conferences showed, once again, to be able to bring the stakeholders of the renewable energy market together with a great conference program providing the latest key information about the market to both investors and developers. It was our pleasure to be part of that and to co-operate with you." Bastiaan Projects Management SRL. (attendee at Wind Power Romania 2012) Dear Delegates, International Government, Grid, Developer, OEM and Financier Speaker Panel: Welcome to CIREC, where 300+ attendees will meet to find out more about the Chilean renewables market. Alexandre Maçãs, Commercial & Javier Marrero, Vice President - Asset Development Manager, CJR Wind Management, AEI Services LLC Recently voted into the top 5 of Bloombergs Latin America Arman V. Lapus, Project Director, Latin John Selters, Country Manager, Chile, and Caribbean clean energy opportunities, Chile has vast America, EDC (Energy Development Alterra Power Corp and untapped renewable resources and is a fantastic place Corporation) Jon Andoni Boneta, Renewable Energy to do business. Boris Westphal, Managing Director, Team Leader, Jema Solar Suntrace As Europe faces a prolonged downturn and the USA awaits the Juan Carlos Olmedo, Board Member, results of Novembers election, the international renewables Carlos Barría, Head of the Renewable CDEC-SIC Energy Division, Ministry of Energy community has turned to Latin America, Chile in particular Juan Payeras, Principal Investment Carlos Berner, General Manager, Officer, IFC for growth. With the worlds sunniest desert, fantastic wind Santiago Climate Exchange resources and its seat on the famous ring of fire, Chile will Juan Walker, President, Atacama Solar Carlos Faúndez, Executive Director, not disappoint. The ideal place to assess growth Ecoingenieros Karina Zárate, Executive Director, opportunities is at CIREC where more than 300 of the most SoWiTec Energías Renovables Carlos Lagos, General Manager, senior experts in wind power, solar power, geothermal power Consorcio Eolico Lennart Fagerberg, Managing Director Brazil & Chile, E.ON and renewable energy finance will gather. Cristian Herrera, Country Manager, Enel Linhui Sui, Vice President, Chief Strategy I look forward to welcoming you to Santiago in September! Green Power Officer, Chief Scientist, ET Solar Cristián Sjögren, Chief Executive Officer, Kind regards, Solar Chile Luis Meersohn, Country Manager, SOLAIREDIRECT Daniel Mallo, Managing Director, Project Lynn Tabernacki, Managing Director; and Structured Finance - Energy, Société Renewable Energy and Sustainable Générale Development, Overseas Private David Perez, CW & Infrastructure, Investment Corporation Product Manager, Leadcom Lilian Núñez, Commercial Manager, Jo-Anne Duff, Diego Morata, President, Andean SeaWIND CIREC Event Director Geothermal Centre of Excellence Marco A. Northland, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Etrion P.S. This event will sell out so book today to avoid disappointment Douglass Sims, Project Finance Specialist, Natural Resources Defense Council Marco Lofat, Regional Sales Manager, Dr. Gerardo Hiriart, General Director, ReneSola ENAL María Carvajal, Partner, Carey y Cía. Elizabeth Robberechts, Investment María Paz de la Cruz, Executive Director, 300+ Attendees will meet at CIREC: Officer, Inter-American Development Bank Centro de Energías Renovables Mario Larenas Gonzales, Lawyer,  The only event to focus exclusively on the Chilean Eric Ahumada, Vice President, Business Antofagasta Minerals renewables market Development, Transelec Nicolas Caussade Coudeu, Procurement Felipe Moro, Partner of Project Finance and Contracts Manager, Antofagasta  Network with a senior audience filled with decision and Banking, Carey y Cía. Minerals makers and budget holders Eusebio Güell, Founder and Managing Nicolas Reyre, PEC - Solar systems & Partner, SI Capital  More than 300 attendees across 3 conference programs, Renewable - Business Manager, giving you unprecedented access to buyers and suppliers Fernando Allendes, President, ACHEGEO Schneider Electric Fernando De Samaniego Steta, Business Pablo Pastene, Director of Solar Energy  Build your own agenda from the break out streams, attend Development Manager, Latin America, and Climate Change, Fundación Chile only the sessions which matter to you and don’t waste Suntech Paolo Pietrogrande, Chairman, Element time on others Fernando Ferreyra, Development Power Solar Director, Pattern Energy  Meet people you need to in order to get your project off Paul Schiodtz, General Manager, Chile, Fernando Hentzschel, CER Analyst, Methanex the ground Centro de Energías Renovables Pedro Borja, Director, Enerstar George Humphrey, Partner, Andrews Peter Barnett, Managing Director, Chile, Kurth Hot Rock Limited Giora Salita, Executive Vice President of Robert Muhn, GM of Latin America, Trina Business Development and M&A, Etrion Plus, make sure you nominate the best projects for the Gonzalo Ruiz de Angulo Gómez, Director, Solar Project Finance LATAM, BBVA Roberto Marcos, Country Head, Chile, Abengoa Gregory Dunne, Chief Executive Officer, Less Carbon Santiago Arias, Director of Operations, Torresol Energy Gustavo Boetsch, General Manager, Kaltemp Santiago Rodríguez Agúndez, Manager Partner, Ingenostrum Idris Tayebi, Country Manager, Chile, DEUMAN Sebastián Leyton Pérez, Attorney, Best Renewable Energy Joint Venture Morales & Besa Best Pipeline of Projects Ivan Furones, Chief Development Officer, Element Power Solar Sergio Versalovic Quiroga, Analyst, Best Renewable Energy Project Centro de Energías Renovables Ivan Oliveros, Vice President, Latin (installation must have begun in 2012) Shinji Yamamoto, Chief Investment America Project Finance, Sumitomo Best Independent Power Producer Project Mitsui Banking Corporation Officer, IFC Contact: Jo-Anne Duff, CIREC Event Director for Jaime Milic, Founding Partner and Thomas Stetter, Director, Latin America, Managing Director, Bansud Capital First Climate nomination details: Tito Oliveira, Sales Manager, Vestas jo-anne.duff@greenpowerconferences.com Javier Arellano, Country Manager, Chile, Solarpack Book Now – Call +1 971 238 0700
  • 3. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:40 Page 3 “I very much enjoyed speaking at Geo Power Europe and found it to be a productive and insightful use of two days. The must-attend event in the geothermal industry” Ormat (attendee at GeoPower Europe, December 2011) Agenda at a Glance Day One: 4 September 2012 Bienvenida: Keynote Speakers Deploying renewable energy to ensure energy security and deliver growth Financing renewable energy Case Study: Developing and closing financing for Chiles largest wind farm Overview of risks and their impact on bankability Securing a power purchase agreement Keynote Session: Accessing the Chilean grid and transmission and distribution networks Day Two: 5 September 2012 Wind Power Chile Solar Power Chile GeoPower Chile Wind resource assessment and the economic Developer and utility insight into current Chiles national energy strategy and how it performance of a wind farm in Chile projects applies to geothermal projects How technology can and will impact wind farms Chiles national energy strategy and how it Securing geothermal finance Key developers address the challenges of applies to solar projects Hear from a selection of the foremost experts building a wind park in Chile PV versus CSP and CPV: whats right for Chilean planning operations in Chile today Grid access and connection projects? Lessons from 1000 MW of geothermal power plants in Mexico Maximizing turbine lifespan with effective O&M The DESERTEC concept Overcoming challenges of the Chilean Long term financing for renewable projects landscape Creating a Chilean geothermal industry CIREC is the event where you can build your own conference by moving between streams! one Pre-Conference Workshop: Book final e of th laces Developing and Financing a Project in Chile p few ay! tod This workshop sold out at Wind Power Mexico 2011 and 2012 so please book your place as early as possible 3 September 2012 Key topics for discussion Preliminary agenda: • Structure a project that financiers will back 1:30 Structuring a Financeable Energy • Overcome problems with project documentation Project • Source debt or equity capital 2:15 Issues in Renewable Project • Beat obstacles to obtaining financing Documentation • Understand and mitigate project risks 3:00 Helpful Hints in Getting Your Project • Structure various agreements (Power Purchase Agreements, Energy Sales Financed Agreements, Engineering, Procurement and Construction Agreements, Operations 3:45 Networking refreshment break and Maintenance Agreements and Turbine Supply Agreements) 4:15 Sourcing Equity Capital for Projects Extensive question and answer time will also give you the opportunity to bring your own challenges to the event and brainstorm with other attendees. 5:00 Sourcing Energy Debt Financing 5:45 Q&A and Group Discussion of Delegates’ Your workshop leader: Case Studies Dino E. Barajas, Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld Book Now – Visit www.greenpowerconferences.com/cirec
  • 4. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:40 Page 4 “The whos who in the wind energy market meets at this conference. Very helpful to develop and intensify the relevant business relations, and to keep updated on the market.” Erste Group Bank (attendee at Wind Power Romania 2012) Day One: 4 September 2012 08:30 Registration and coffee 1:00 Networking lunch break hosted by: 09:00 Chair’s opening remarks 2:00 Case Study: Developing and Closing Financing for Bienvenida: Keynote Speakers Chiles Largest Wind Farm • Hear from the business people and lawyers who successfully developed and closed 09:10 Deploying Renewable Energy to Ensure Energy financing this year for the 115 MW El Arrayan Project • Lessons learned Security and Deliver Growth • Keys to negotiating financeable project documents • Using renewables to address Chiles growing energy needs and encourage economic • Navigating the financing markets and structuring the deal growth • Cutting edge strategies to getting a renewable energy • Skills development and creating compelling job opportunities project completed in Chile • What support will government offer to industry to make this happen? George Humphrey, Partner, • Defining the end energy mix and optimal balance between NCREs Andrews Kurth • Energy efficiencys role in energy strategy Javier A. Marrero, Vice President - Asset Management, • Case studies from industry AEI Services LLC 09:10 Carlos Barría, Head of the Renewable Energy Division, Fernando Ferreyra, Development Director, Ministry of Energy Pattern Energy 09:20 Pablo Pastene, Director of Solar Energy and Climate Change, Nicolas Caussade Coudeu, Procurement and Contracts Manager, Fundación Chile Antofagasta Minerals 09:30 Paolo Pietrogrande, Chairman, Mario Larenas Gonzales, Lawyer, Element Power Solar Antofagasta Minerals 09:40 Lennart Fagerberg, Managing Director Brazil & Chile, María Carvajal, Partner, E.ON Carey y Cía. 09:50 Cristian Herrera, Country Manager, Felipe Moro, Partner of Project Finance and Banking, Enel Green Power Carey y Cía. 10:00 Interactive question and answer session 3:30 Networking refreshment break hosted by: 10:30 Supporting Chilean Renewables María Paz de la Cruz, Executive Director, 4:00 Overview of Risks and their Impact on Bankability • Which risks make the difference between a bankable and non-bankable project? Centro de Energías Renovables • How much control do you have over project risks? • Focus on government risk and longevity of government support of renewables • Lessons from Spain, France, the UK and the USA in the light of changing incentives 11:00 Networking refreshment break hosted by: Douglass Sims, Project Finance Specialist, Natural Resources Defense Council Finance & Risk 4:15 Interactive question and answer session 11:30 CDM as a Source of Finance • Post 2012: which uncertainties can be clarified? 4:25 Securing a Power Purchase Agreement • Voluntary markets as an alternative prospect • Who will purchase power? Examples from a variety of renewable energy projects • What part can Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) play in your project? • Negotiating for the highest price • Given the European Market, for CDM, how can Chilean Projects access Carbon • Securing a long-term agreement Finance? • What do parties look for from the project? • The voluntary markets versus the European markets Fernando Ferreyra, Development Director, • Local carbon markets Pattern Energy • International standards for certification 11:30 Thomas Stetter, Director, Latin America, First Climate Keynote Session: Transmission and Distribution 11:40 Carlos Berner, General Manager, Santiago Climate Exchange 4:50 Accessing the Chilean Grid and Transmission and 11:50 Gregory Dunne, Chief Executive Officer, Less Carbon Distribution Networks • The tendering process for long-term contracts with distribution companies • What risk-sharing instruments are available to lower the cost of transmission? 12:20 Financing Renewable Energy • Linking up distribution and extending the reach of the grid • Identifying and mitigating risk • How could the development of a “public power highway” help? • Steps required of government and developers to secure investor confidence • Streamlining major delays in permitting and access rights • Attaining bankability in the absence of incentives • Update from the grid • What difference does securing a power purchase agreement make? • Transition to a smarter grid • Do banks need PPAs or are they happy with spot market prices and what part will Eric Ahumada, Vice President, Business Development, Transelec PANEL DISCUSSION CDM play? Juan Carlos Olmedo, Board Member, CDEC-SIC • Credit worthiness of the off-taker • Renewables as a source of tax revenue for municipalities 6:00 Close of day one, networking drinks reception and Session Moderator: Carlos St. James, President, Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE) Panellists: Dont forget to nominate for the awards! Ivan Oliveros, Vice President, Latin America Project Finance, Contact jo-anne.duff@greenpowerconferences.com for details Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Gonzalo Ruiz de Angulo Gómez, Director, Project Finance LATAM, BBVA Lynn Tabernacki, Managing Director; Renewable Energy and Sustainable Special developer sessions and fantastic discussions! Development, Overseas Private Investment Corporation Daniel Mallo, Managing Director, Project and Structured Finance - Energy, Developer Speakers: These sessions are led by key project developers Société Générale and owners, featuring direct experience of working in Chile Jaime Milic, Founding Partner and Managing Director, Bansud Capital Networking Discussion Groups: Meet the industry in groups of 8-10 Juan Payeras, Principal Investment Officer, and bring your own challenges to the event for discussion IFC Book Now – Call +1 971 238 0700
  • 5. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:40 Page 5 “It was a pleasure meeting you at SPG. It was a well organized and well attended show. I made a large number of new contacts and over all it was a show I am glad I came to.” Trina Solar (attendee at Solar Power Generation USA 2011) Day Two: 5 September 2012 Wind Power Chile Solar Power Chile 08:30 Welcome coffee 08:30 Welcome coffee 09:00 Opening remarks from the chair 09:00 Opening remarks from the chair Marco Lofat, Regional Sales Manager, ReneSola Resource Assessment Developer Case Studies 09:10 Wind Resource Assessment and the Economic 09:10 Developer and Utility Insight into Current Projects Performance of a Wind Farm in Chile Case studies direct from the very people actively building solar capacity. • Technical principles and cost of a wind resource assessment in Chile 9:10 David Perez, CW & Infrastructure, Product Manager, Leadcom • Basic factors of wind farm site selection: annual average wind speed versus 9:25 Javier Arellano, Country Manager, Chile, Solarpack distance to the electrical grid 9:40 Gustavo Boetsch, General Manager, Kaltemp • Wind farm selection in Chile: where are the best sites? 9:55 Roberto Marcos, Country Head, Chile, Abengoa • Wind speed at the wind farm site and economic performance in the Chilean 10:05 Interactive question and answer session electrical system 10:30 Networking refreshment break hosted by: Carlos Faúndez, Executive Director, Ecoingenieros 09:30 Wind Power in Chile, Actual Status and Perspectives Developer Case Studies Continue Tito Oliveira, Sales Manager, Vestas Session moderator: 10:00 Interactive question and answer session Marco A. Northland, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Etrion 11:00 Santiago Arias, Director of Operations, Torresol Energy 10:30 Networking refreshment break hosted by: 11:15 Luis Meersohn, Country Manager, SOLAIREDIRECT 11:30 Cristián Sjögren, Chief Executive Officer, Solar Chile Gaining Project Approval 11:45 Interactive question and answer session 12:00 Networking lunch break hosted by: 11:00 What a Developer can do to Streamline the Project Approval Decision-Making Process Entering a New Market for Solar • Obtaining public land • A general look at the connection permit process 1:00 Strategies for Participating in New Markets • Mining regulations and how it affects land ownership Fernando De Samaniego Steta, Business Development Manager, Latin Sebastián Leyton Pérez, Attorney, Morales & Besa America, Suntech 1:15 Meeting the Growing and Changing Market Demand Overcoming EPC Challenges Linhui Sui, Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Scientist, ET Solar 1:05 Interactive question and answer session 11:20 Engineering, Procurement & Construction Alexandre Maçãs, Commercial & Development Manager, CJR Wind Developer Case Studies Continue 11:50 Interactive question and answer session Session moderator: 12:00 Networking lunch break hosted by: Giora Salita, Executive Vice President of Business Development and M&A, Etrion 1:40 Santiago Rodríguez Agúndez, Manager Partner, Ingenostrum Developer Case Studies 1:55 Juan Walker, President, Atacama Solar 2:10 Pedro Borja, Director, Enerstar 1:00 Key Developers Address the Challenges of 2:25 Interactive question and answer session Building a Wind Park in Chile This session will allow you to hear from the biggest current and upcoming projects in Government Support for Solar Chile. Find out how developers dealt with challenges and what they would do differently in the future. 2:40 Chiles National Energy Strategy and how it 1:00 Paul Schiodtz, General Manager, Chile, Methanex Applies to Solar Projects 1:15 Carlos Lagos, General Manager, Consorcio Eolico Fernando Hentzschel, CER Analyst, Centro de Energías Renovables 1:30 Lilian Núñez, Commercial Manager, SeaWIND Cristian Herrera, Country Manager, Enel Green Power 1:45 2:00 Karina Núñez, Executive Director, SoWiTec Energías Renovables R&D Update 2:15 Interactive question and answer session 2:55 Inverters in Extreme Conditions 2:50 Jon Andoni Boneta, Renewable Energy Team Leader, Jema Solar Networking Discussion Groups The Virtues of Mono/Poly Blended Products 2:30 Wind Power Round Table Discussion Groups 3:10 Marco Lofat, Regional Sales Manager, ReneSola 3:20 Round Table Feedback to the Audience 3:30 Networking refreshment break sponsored by 3:30 Networking refreshment break hosted by 4:00 CPV in the Atacama Desert Rodrigo Saez Rojas, Chief Executive Officer, Enorchile Developer Case Studies Part Two 4:00 Juan Walker, President, Wind Service 4:15 Large Power PV Plants Stakes in Chile 4:20 Marcelo Banto C., General Manager South America, SeaWIND Sudamérica Nicolas Reyre, Solar Systems & Renewable - Business Manager, Schneider Electric 4:40 Cristian Herrera, Country Manager, Enel Green Power 4:30 Interactive question and answer session Equity Finance Finance 5:10 Renewable Energy Equity Financing from 4:45 Early Stage Project Development Funding as a Development through to Operation Key Obstacle to Project Developers • Development process Boris Westphal, Managing Director, Suntrace • Milestone driven financing structures • Ensuring bankability from an early stage onwards • Regulatory challenges Export Potential • • Wind resource PPA vs. FIT 4:30 The DESERTEC Concept: How it Could Apply to • Project finance Chile and Surrounding Markets • Control and corporate governance issues Brian Schmidly, Network Coordinator, DESERTEC Eusebio Güell, Founder and Managing Partner, SI Capital 5:15 Interactive question and answer session 5:00 Closing remarks from the chair and close of stream 5:30 Closing remarks from the chair and close of stream Book Now – Email samantha.coleman@greenpowerconferences.com
  • 6. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:41 Page 6 "All of the major players of the geothermal industry were in attendance and that the calibre of speakers was very high” National Oilwell Varco (attendee at GeoPower Europe 2011) Day Two: 5 September 2012 300+ confirmed attendees, including teams from: GeoPower Chile Abantia Sun Energy SAU ABB. S.A Golder Associates Goldwind Abengoa Bioenergy GTN LA 08:30 Welcome coffee ABSG Consulting Inc. Agencia en Chile Hot Rock 09:00 Opening remarks from the chair AEG Power Solutions HydroChile Diego Morata, President, Andean Geothermal Centre of Excellence AEI IADB: Inter-American Development Bank Aenor Chile IFC: International Finance Corporation Support for Geothermal Energy Alterra Power Corp Infinia Corporation Andean Geothermal Association Ingenostrum Chile SpA 09:10 Chiles National Energy Strategy and how it Andrews Kurth JA Solar USA, Inc. Applies to Geothermal Projects Apex Wind Energy, Inc JaSolar Sergio Versalovic Quiroga, Analyst, Centro de Energías Renovables AREVA Solar Jema Solar ASB Ingenieria Kaltemp 09:40 Research and Development Overview of Astris Finance Leadcom Geothermal in Chile Atacama Solar Less Carbon Banco del Estado de Chile Magma Energy Chile Diego Morata, President, Andean Geothermal Centre of Excellence Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Methanex 10:10 Interactive question and answer session with previous two speakers Bansud Capital MI BBVA Mighty River Power 10:30 Networking refreshment break hosted by: Bechtel Chile Ltda Mitsubishi Argentina SACYR Calyxo Morales & Besa Financing Geothermal Projects CDEC-SIC MPX Chile Holding Limitada Centro De Energias Renovables de Chile Natural Power S.A 11:00 Securing Geothermal Finance Cielo Wind Power Natural Resources Defense Council • How are geothermal risks different from other renewable technologies? CJR Wind Nooter Eriksen Inc • What can be learnt from the traditional oil industry? Codelco Division Chuquicamata Nordex • Which oil or mining resources could be re-purposed for geothermal generation? Consorcio Eolico Northland Power Inc • Investor appetites for geothermal projects • An overview of different sources of finance that may be applicable Consulate of Chile OPIC: Overseas Private InvestmentCorporation • Grants for geothermal drilling CSUN Solar Origin Energy Chile Session Moderator: DESERTEC Ormat Andina Elizabeth Robberechts, Investment Officer, Inter-American DNB Bank Ormazabal International Business Development Bank Duke Energy International Pablo Correa Speakers: E.ON Climate & Renewables North America Pattern Shinji Yamamoto, Chief Investment Officer, IFC E-CL SA PD Cocesa Ecogestion Ltda Perihelion & Aphelion 11:30 GeoPower Round Table Discussion Groups Ecoingenieros POWER Engineers 11:50 Round Table Feedback to the Audience EDC Renova Energia SA EDF Energies Nouvelles ReneSola 12:00 Networking lunch break hosted by EDP Renewables North America Rio Grande ENAL Santander Investment Chile Limitada Developer Case Studies Endurance Wind Power Inc Santiago Climate Exchange Enel Green Power Saphire Sustainable Development 1:00 The foremost geothermal developers will showcase their work to date in Chile and Energia Andina SA Schneider Electric further afield. Presentations will be followed by interactive Q&A from the audience. Energia Valhalla SeaWIND Sudamérica 1:00 Peter Barnett, Managing Director, Chile, Hot Rock Limited Energy Cache Siliken 1:30 Manuel Sanchez, Country Manager, Chile EDC Energy Development Corporation SkyPower Global (Energy Development Corporation) Enerstar SA Societe Generale 2:00 Dr. Gerardo Hiriart, General Director, ENAL Enertis Chile SOLAIREDIRECT 2:30 John Selters, Country Manager, Chile, Alterra Power Corp Networking Enorchile Solar Chile Discussion Groups ET Solar Solarpack Etrion SA SolarReserve 3:00 Networking refreshment break hosted by Eurus Energy Holdings Sowitec Exploraberg SoWiTec Energías Renovables de Chile Ltda. Building Up a Local Industry First Climate Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation First Solar SunEdison 4:00 Creating a Chilean Geothermal Industry Fotowatio Renewable Venture Suntech America • Up-skilling the local workforce and steps taken so far by market participants Fundacion Chile Suntrace • Identifying required skills and ensuring that they are being sourced – where G2Spectra LLC Teranov possible – within Chile GasAtacama Chile SA Torresol Energy • Which existing Chilean industries offer transferable skills? GDC Toyota Tsusho Corporation Geoglobal Energy Chile Ltda Transelec • Local manufacturing and content Geotermia Andina Trina Solar Fernando Allendes, President, ACHEGEO Geothermal Resource Group TYPSA John Selters, Country Manager, Chile, Alterra Power Corp GeothermHydro Universidad Nacional de Cuyo GL Garrad Hassan Ibérica, SLU Vestas 5:00 Closing remarks from the chair and close of stream Global Energy Services Siemsa, SA WE Consulting Global Wind Power WesternGeco *Agenda correct at time of going to press Book Now – Call +1 971 238 0700
  • 7. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:41 Page 7 "The Wind Power Mexico conference is the place to be when it comes to networking with C-Level representatives" Schneider Electric (attendee at Wind Power Mexico 2011) Sponsor or Exhibit at CIREC LD os ion  Face-to-face: Emails are deleted without being SOLD SOLD read, phone calls can be blocked. The best way SO alm ibit to do business and meet new contacts is in OU t T SOLD SOLD person. CIREC will help you meet key budget- h Ex holders ready to do business.  Streamline your diary: Organizing, travelling to and attending meetings can take months. We do SOLD SOLD the hard work for you, bringing the industry together. Attending as a sponsor or exhibitor is a time-efficient way of generating new leads.  Raise your companys profile: Branding at a Conference SOLD Green Power event is so much more than on-the- rooms day. 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East, Latin America and Caribbean as well as approximately 70 per established subsidiaries and offices over 50 countries in the Less Carbon’s founding director and CEO is Greg Dunne who, cent of the African continent. world. Meanwhile, we established local warehouses in while previously based in London, was a leading figure in the Our expertise involves more than just delivering wind turbines. Europe, North America, and Australia. development of the international carbon markets. We cover the entire life cycle of a wind power plant, minimizing http://www.etsolar.com/ our customers’ risks and increasing their returns. www.vestas.com Book Now – Email samantha.coleman@greenpowerconferences.com
  • 8. 10906 CIREC Brochure Updates_8474 Wind Power Portugal Brochure 30/08/2012 09:41 Page 8 Meet over 300 high-level representatives from: 300+ ATTEN • Project Directors/Managers DE SEE LIS ES, Government • Latin America Business Development • Key Ministers and Policy-makers • National and Local Government Officials and Regulators • Transmission T ON • • Project Engineers Finance PAGE 6 Key utilities • Chief Executive Officers Global investors: public, commercial • Managing Directors Meet and institutional sources of finance compa mining • Project Engineers • Managing Directors nies indust , heavy • Chief Investment Officers Vice Presidents, Directors & Heads of: • Venture Capitalists • Distribution utilitie ry and • Investment Directors s in • Transmission in ren terested • Business Development ewabl Key international suppliers es • Strategy & Planning • Original Equipment Manufacturers • Renewables • EPC Contractors • Consultants Renewable project owners, developers and operators • Law Firms • Chief Executive Officers • Measuring and Assessment • Country Managers • Engineering Experts • Drilling • Directors/Managers of Planning • Operations and Maintenance • Managing Directors EXPECTED ATTENDEES BY JOB FUNCTION PREDICTED GLOBAL ATTENDANCE I CEO and Board Level I Analyst I Chile & LatAm 50% I Managing Director / I Vice President I USA 20% Country Manager I Manager I Europe 20% I Marketing, PR and Press I Head I Asia 10% I Director Join more than 300 people at CIREC  Meet 300+ international solar, wind and geothermal developers and mining companies active in, or considering renewable plants in Chile  Find out how Chilean renewables will be financed and meet commercial and public development banks, institutional and small investors looking at the Chilean market  Get an up-to-date overview of the latest technological developments and how they will reduce costs and promote efficiency  Use the event to reduce months of travelling to meetings and raise your profile in the Chilean market Register today at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/cirec Tel: +1 971 238 0700 E-mail: samantha.coleman@greenpowerconferences.com 4-5 September 2012 Online: www.greenpowerconferences.com/cirec The Intercontinental Hotel, Santiago de Chile Registration Options International Delegate Rates *Chilean Delegate Rates 3 Day Package (3-5 September) 2 Day Conference and Pre-Conference Workshop: US $2549 US $1299 Developing and Financing a Project in Chile 2 Day Conference Only (4-5 September) US $1999 US $999 Pre-Conference Workshop Only: Developing and Financing a Project in Chile (3 September) US $649 US $399 Chilean delegate rates are available only for delegate passes for companies and organizations headquartered in Chile. VIP rates are at the discretion of Green Power Conferences and proof of status may be requested Non-Profit Organization Rate (20% discount) These reduced rates are available for registered NGOs, government representatives and non-profit organizations only. Reduced rates are at the discretion of Green Power Conferences and proof of status may be requested. Special Group Offer: Register 3 delegates, only pay for 2 Venue: The Intercontinental Santiago, Avenida Vitacura 2885, Las Condes, Santiago, 7550024, Chile, T: +56-2-3942000, F: +56-2-3942077, www.ichotelsgroup.com/intercontinental/en/gb/locations/santiago Accommodation: Registered delegates will be sent hotel options and booking forms. DATA PROTECTION: Sometimes your details may be made available to partner companies for marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please inform us. Organized By: