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  1. 1. www.greenpowerconferences.com +44 (0)20 7099 0600 20th event in the global solar series Hear from developers who have over 700 MW installed PV and over 400 MW in the pipeline 28-31 March 2011, Milan, Italy Developing Commercially Successful Large Scale PV Projects Supporting sponsor: In just 4 days, attendees will: • Meet directors from 17 project developers Hear from a first class line up of PV who have rolled out over 700 MW PV developers and investors, including: • Hear best practice case studies on building profitable ground mounted and rooftop Andrea Fontana Gribodo, Country Manager, projects across Europe Fotowatio Renewable Ventures Thierry Lepercq, President, • Receive advice from investment banks and SolaireDirect private equity players on how to raise project finance Marco Northland, Chief Executive Officer, Etrion • Examine the latest technology options for Eugenio de Blasio, Chief Executive Officer, increasing plant efficiency and yield GWM Renewable Energy • Understand the regulatory environment and Michele Appendino, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, market opportunities Solar Ventures • Network with 200 developers, utilities, Aldo Beolchini, Chief Financial Officer, investors, regulators and suppliers NextEnergy Capital Stefano Cassella, Managing Director, Italy, West LB Constantin Schwaab, Managing Partner, Plain Energy Event overview: Francesco Zorgno, General Manager, PV Project Finance, 28 March 2011 Enfinity PV Technology Briefing, 28 March 2011 Miguel Arrarás, Director, Photovoltaic Business Development, Acciona Energy Utility Scale PV, 29-30 March 2011 Tom Murley, Head of Renewable Energy, Optimising Plant Performance, 31 March 2011 HgCapital PV Business Planning, 31 March 2011 Matteo Tarchi, Senior Business Developer, GDF Suez Turn page to see full agenda >>> Book Now – Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/utilityscalepvPart Of: Official Offset Partner: Organised By:
  2. 2. “Very interesting with high quality speakers and networking opportunities” Martifer EVENT AT A GLANCE 28 March 2011 29 March 2011 30 March 2011 31 March 2011 10 Key reasons to attend PV Project Finance During this pre-conference Optimising Plant Performance 1 The greatest project developer company attendance and focus to date day, Banks and investors A practical workshop for share strategies for technical management Meet with leading project developers directly Utility Scale PV will provide an opportunity to meet successfully raising and engineers to examine responsible for large scale PV projects across face-to-face with major utilities, project developers finance for large scale PV how to increase plant Europe. Between them our speakers have and investors who are involved in developing large projects efficiency and solar yield over 700MW installed PV and over 400MW in scale PV projects across Europe. the pipeline. OR C-Level speakers will discuss the challenges OR Green Power Academy they face and share their experiences in deploying projects: Green Power Academy 2 Over 70% of attendees at the 2010 congress rated their experience excellent • Utility business models for solar Training Course: Training Course: ... and 2011 is set to be even better! We’ve • Policy development and feed-in tariffs An Introduction to PV PV Technology • Strategies for securing financing taken your suggestions and implemented Business Planning them: more developers, more finance, more Briefing • Developing rooftop and ground mounted utility scale solar projects A 1-day discussion of the panels, the list goes on! A 1-day technology and 3 • Connecting to the grid factors determining PV’s market update for non- • Technology developments in thin film, CPV and competitiveness on a Meet financiers who are engineers investing in large scale PV crystalline silicon utility scale projects Question investment banks and private equity players on how to raise finance for your large MEET LARGE SCALE PV DEVELOPERS scale PV project during our focused PV project finance seminar.Organising, travelling to and attending meetings can take months, so why not letGreen Power Conferences do the hard work for you?Our 2011 agenda includes more speakers from developers than ever before. Join us in Milan and meet directors 4 More project developer case studies from across Europe Meet project developers from Italy, Germany,from 20+ large scale PV developers and investors in just four days, and find out their future plans for Spain, France, Belgium, Switzerland and moredeveloping ground mounted and rooftop projects. and find out how they developed commerciallyEnfinity Fotowatio successful ground mounted and rooftopEnfinity is a fast-growing and ambitious company with Fotowatio is one of the largest solar energy companies projects. 5international activities in renewable energy, and have in the world, has more than 200 megawatts in Understand the latest policy199.4 MW installed PV. operation and under construction and more than 1,500 MW under development in Europe and the USA. developmentsGDF Suez Hear from policy makers on future plans forCurrently the total installed PV capacity of GDF Suez Acciona Energy feed-in tariffs and incentives, with updates onstands at 200 MW. Acciona focuses on building utility-scale renewable the Conto Energia 3 from the Italian Ministry energy solutions, and has over 115 MW PV installed. of Economic Development.SolaireDirectSolaireDirect is Frances second largest solar powerproducer with 60 MW installed. Etrion Etrion owns 40 MW of operational, ground-based solar PV power plants, and has more than 200 MW in the pipeline. 6 Get updated on the latest technology advances Hear technology updates for crystallineHgCapital silicon, thin film and CPV. GWM Renewable Energy 7HgCapital is a leading investor in the European private Find out how you canequity market, with controlling interest in over 42 MW PV. Financial group GWM Renewable Energy, in partnership with Pirelli Ambiente, controls 11 MW production increase plant efficiency andSolar Ventures capacity and is looking to acquire 100 MW. solar yieldSolar Ventures have a total installed capacity of 20 MW. Question leading technology providers on their TerniEnergiNextPower Development latest solutions for optimising plant TerniEnergi began construction of 32 MW PV plants in performance during our focused technicalNextPower Development have 8 MW installed PV and the fourth quarter of 2010. workshop.10MW in the pipeline. Plain EnergyRavano Green PowerRavano Green Power have 5 MW installed, with afurther 20 MW in the pipeline. Plain Energy have 10 MW under management in the Czech Republic, Italy and Germany, with 25 MW in the pipeline in Italy for 2011. 8 Network with senior decision makers Over 300 executives have attended over the past 2 years, with 59% of 2010 attendees Director level or higher. Access key decision-makers 9 Academy training courses for those new to the business 59% director level or higher in 2010 As 100s of new green jobs are created by the solar boom, junior colleagues & those new to C Level the sector will benefit from 2 interactive introductory level Green Power Academy solar Vice President / Director / General Manager training courses. Project Management Technical Management Business Development Legal / Policy Development 10 Visit the latest suppliers & service providers at the exhibition Analyst / Consultant Plus showcase your skills to company Marketing / Sales Management representatives with genuine buying power. Industry Press Book Now – Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600
  3. 3. “Good topics, many relevant companies present” iSuppliDay One – 29 March 2011 15.30 Networking refreshment break08.30 Welcome coffee & registration 16.00 Decentralised Solar and Rooftops09.00 Chairs opening remarks • What are the key challenges for developing utility scale rooftop projects? • How can costs be lowered to reduce the levelised cost of energy? • How can system efficiencies be improved?09.10 Keynote Session: Successful Solar Utility • What are the latest developments in thin film for rooftop projects? Strategies & Business Models • How do the efficiencies and costs of thin film and crystalline silicon • What business models are suitable for utilities - the Solar Power compare? Services Agreement model (SPSA)? Francesco Zorgno, General Manager, Enfinity • How can utilities turn the ‘threat’ of customer-sited solar generation Roberto Martini, General Manager, Ravano Green Power into an opportunity? Alexander Beerts, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Blue Planet Solar • How does solar fit into a utility’s portfolio and how does solar compare to wind and other renewables as a commercially viable energy source? 17.20 Chairs closing remarks • What are the main challenges for utilities in solar deployment? 17.30 Networking drinks party • What are the key success factors for solar utility business models? • How can utilities capture value in the solar marketplace and sustain their solar businesses over time? Day Two – 30 March 2011 • Which technology options are most attractive to the utilities? PV, thin- film, BIPV, CPV? 08.30 Welcome coffee Matteo Tarchi, Senior Business Developer, GDF Suez 09.00 Chairs opening remarks Fabrizio Bizzarri, Head of New Technologies, Renewable Energies Division, 09.10 Large Scale PV Project Development Enel Green Power • What are the main challenges in planning and developing large scale PV plants?10.30 Networking refreshment break • Will there be a future market as solar continues to move towards decentralised rooftop systems?11.00 Effective Policy for Utility Scale Solar • How does thin film compare for large scale ground mounted projects? • How have changing policies and the lowering of feed in tariffs affected • What are the key challenges for siting, permitting and environmental the economics of large scale utility solar? issues? • How can policies be tied to the costs, LCOE and economics of solar? • With talk of greenfield projects starting to be ruled out, what other • How can policies be made predictable to avoid uncertainty in lengthy space is available? large scale project development cycles? • What can be learnt from early mover experiences in project development? • What is the risk of Spanish style cuts and freezes in the Czech Republic • What are the latest trends in plant design? occurring in other European markets? • What steps can developers take to reduce operational costs? • Which policies have been the most successful in driving large scale Andrea Fontana, Country Manager, Fotowatio Renewble Ventures developments? Marco Northland, Chief Executive Officer, Etrion • What can be learnt from European Provisional Action Plans? Miguel Arrarás, Director, Photovoltaic Business Development, • Has the Conto Energia III impacted the Italian market? Acciona Energy • How are roof top applications being supported by government Andreas Schneider, Director, Relatio incentives across Europe? Constantin Schwaab, Managing Partner, Plain Energy • How can the authorisation and permitting processes be streamlined in Italy and other nations? 10.30 Networking refreshment break Pietro Menna, Directorate General for Energy, European Commission 11.00 CPV Projects Luciano Barra, Head of Technical Secretariat, Department of Energy, • What is the latest market status of CPV? Ministry of Economic Development • What efficiencies can CPV afford? Stefano Sommadossi, Chairman, NextPower Development • What are the current costs? Anna Moreno, Head of Information & Training Service, • What are the logistical issues? Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable • Will CPV become a commercial reality in the next 5 years? Economic Development Petro Banda, Director General, ISFOC12.15 Networking lunch break 12.30 Networking lunch break13.30 Solar Project Finance & Securing Expansion 14.00 Balance of Plant, Operations & Maintenance • How can plants be designed to optimise performance? Capital • How can system performance be measured and assessed? • How do investors evaluate solar projects? • How can balance of system efficiencies be improved? • What sources of finance are available? • What are the key operation and maintenance costs and how can they • What are the key characteristics of a bankable project? be reduced? - Advanced stage license application • What solutions are available to ensure minimum downtime? - Proven technology • What technical advances are occurring to increase inverter performance? - Creditworthiness of all parties • How do tracking systems impact performance and how can accuracy be - Bankable EPC wrap, technology warrantees, performance bonds improved? • What are the projected costs of debt finance? Riccardo Sorichetti, Country Manager Italy, Langley Rinnovabili • How can developers mitigate risks associated with their projects? David Armanini, Managing Director, Prothea Aldo Beolchini, Chief Financial Officer, NextEnergy Capital 15.30 Networking refreshment break Stefano Cassella, Managing Director, West LB 16.00 Grid Connection Eugenio de Blasio, Chief Executive Officer, • What are the impacts of high PV penetration on the distribution grid? GWM Renewable Energy • What grid upgrades are necessary to enable large scale PV and distributed generation systems?14.30 Connecting Europe and North Africa • What are the challenges associated with storage and network stability? • Is it commercially feasible to import North African solar energy to Europe? • How can the grid cope with power surges and drop offs? • What are the latest developments in the DESERTEC industrial initiative? • What are the requirements and costs for transmission line upgrading? • What are the regulatory and political challenges for large scale solar • What are the latest developments in smart grid technologies? production in North African markets? • What storage options are available? Can grid reliability be maintained Kevin Sara, Founder & Managing Director, through electric vehicle batteries? Nur Energie Speakers to be announced Rainer Aringhoff, Chief Operating Officer, DESERTEC Industrial Initiative 17.15 Chairs closing remarks Book Now – Visit www.greenpowerconferences.com/utilityscalepv
  4. 4. “Good networking. Lots of very good information and insights” Applied MaterialsPre-conference Finance Forum, 28th March 2011 Post Conference Technical Seminar: 31st March 2011 PV Project Finance Optimising Plant Performance What steps can utility scale PV developers take when looking for financing What steps can utility scale PV developers take when looking for financing for their projects? This focused one day financial briefing will provide an for their projects? Optimising plant performance is critical if large scale opportunity for developers to meet with investment banks and private PV plant operators are to be cost competitive and reduce the levelised equity investors and find out what criteria they use when making their cost of energy. investment decisions. This one day technical seminar will bring together engineering and technical experts to examine current challenges and potential solutions Chairs Opening Remarks for a variety of technical demands needed to optimise plant performance • Trends in project finance for PV projects across Europe and enhance profitability. Moderator: Jenny Chase, Lead Analyst, Solar, • How can system design improve plant efficiency and reduce LCOE? Bloomberg New Energy Finance • What solutions are available to monitor performance and calculate efficiency?09.00 Developer Roundtable • Which components have the greatest impact on performance efficiency In this session, PV project developers across Europe will share their – inverters, tracking systems, cabling? experiences in securing finance for project development. • How can causes of yield shortfalls be identified? • What are the key obstacles to obtaining finance specific to your country? • What should you be asking of your suppliers – reliability, warrantees, • How can developers structure projects to meet investor return and risk O&M support? criteria? • How can downtime be minimised? • What lessons can be learned from practical experiences in raising debt and equity finance? Paolo Ricci, Executive Director, Business Development, 09.00 Feasibility Planning & Plant Design TerniEnergi • How is the feasibility of a large scale PV plant determined? Thierry Lepercq, President, • What are the true life cycle costs of a plant? SolaireDirect • What performance guarantees can you expect from your suppliers? Andrea Spreafico, Head of M&A and Project Finance Department, • What are the key design aspects that can affect plant yield? Veronagest • What module density results in the greatest yield? • What lessons can be learnt from existing installations?10.30 Networking refreshment break11.00 Debt Finance – Gearing Solar Expansion 10.30 Networking refreshment break This session will assemble key players in debt finance to address the availability of debt finance for large scale PV projects and assess how lenders are responding to changing market dynamics. 11.00 Performance Monitoring & Maintenance • How can system performance be accurately monitored and assessed? • What are the key trends in debt financing for PV projects in 2011? • What are the most likely and costly causes of yield shortfall? • What are the key characteristics of a bankable project: • What O&M strategy is best suited for your project? - Advanced stage license/permitting application - Proven technology – no technology risk - Creditworthiness of all counterparts and simple project structure 12.30 Networking lunch break - Bankable EPC wrap, technology warrantees, performance bonds, role of insurance • What new sources of debt are available? Can insurance companies and 13.30 Inverters • Which inverter design offers the best performance ratio? pension funds be looked to for support? • How can peak inverter efficiency be increased? • How have the new terms and structures changed? Debt to equity ratios, • What are the key challenges for grid connection? upfront equity, what are the trends in loan terms: pricing, leverage, • What solutions are available for intelligent interaction with the grid? lock up, default and covenants? • How will risk considerations drive lending decisions in the upcoming year: regulatory/technology completion/construction risks? 14.30 Networking refreshment break Stefano Cassella, Managing Director, West LB 15.30 Tracking Systems Michele Appendino, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, • What extra site preparations do tracking systems require? Solar Ventures • How do different tracking systems impact performance? Marco Martorana, Energy Specialist, • What are the cost implications? Unicredit Leasing • How can tracking accuracy be improved?12.30 Networking lunch break14.00 Equity Finance 16.15 Cabling A panel of players that are active in the solar market will discuss their plans • How does plant layout impact energy loss through copper cabling? for 2011, at what stage they commit to investing in companies, which • What design is optimal to reduce losses? investment criteria they use and how they plan to deploy financial resources in order to take advantage of the opportunities in today’s market. 17.00 End of seminar • What is the status of the buy out industry and solar investments? • How do PEs evaluate potential investments in large scale PV projects? • What steps can developers take to become more attractive to PEs? • How will risk considerations drive lending decisions in the upcoming year: regulatory/technology completion/construction risks? Tom Murley, Head of Renewable Energy, HgCapital Senior Representative, Platina Partners Daniel Von Preyss, Managing Director, Private Equity Infrastructure, Impax Asset Management Federico Giannandrea, Investment Director, Foresight15.30 Discussion session16.00 End of seminar Book Now – Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600
  5. 5. Training CoursesA 1-Day technology and market update for non-engineers A 1-day discussion of the factors determining PV’s competitiveness on a utility scale PV Technology Briefing An Introduction to PV Business Planning28 March 2011Course objectives 31 March 2011Suitable both for those new to the industry and those who simply want to refresh Course objectivestheir knowledge, this regularly-updated, informative and interactive day keeps you This one-day course describes and encourages attendees to discuss the key factorsup-to-speed with the key technology developments in the fast-moving PV industry. which determine the competitiveness of large-scale PV power generation in currentCovering both flat-plate and concentrated photovoltaic (PV & CPV), you will learn and future electricity markets. It quantifies the geographic variations in solarthe basics of how current and emerging silicon, thin-film, concentrating and resource, describes the influences on PV system costs and the regulatoryemerging PV cells work, along with associated balance-of-system technologies frameworks currently supporting solar, explains the challenges (and solutions) inincluding inverters, trackers and storage. The various technologies and their supply integrating solar into the grid, and highlights the pros and cons of competingchains are placed within relevant competitive contexts. options (both renewable and fossil).Level & Style Level & StyleAll Green Power Academy courses run in an informal and extremely interactive The course is run in an informal and highly interactive manner and is designed formanner, encouraging discussion and questions, to ensure that participants get the those starting out in the solar business, policymakers needing to analyse solar PVmost value from the day. relative to other options, or investors seeking more knowledge with which toThis course is designed to be of particular value to newcomers or non-technical appraise future proposals.functions within the solar industry, including: investment and finance, regulation No background financial or technical knowledge is assumed and all concepts areand planning, business development and strategy, marketing and sales, legal and clearly explained, making the course suitable for a wide variety of attendees fromcommercial. As such, no prior technical knowledge is required with all concepts both within and beyond the solar industry.explained in clear language. Approximate TimingsApproximate Timings Course begins: 09:00 - Course ends: 16:30Course begins: 09:00 - Course ends: 17:00 Agenda DetailsAgenda Details Solar PV Markets & Competitors PV Markets and Applications • The current state of the large-scale PV market: a review of market data and• Navigating the solar power market: trends. ◦ Which solutions for which applications? • The different competitive contexts of the different markets and applications ◦ Is each technology competing with the others? • An introduction to electrical power markets: demand, supply and price.• PV technologies and their market share. • Different types of power plant: how and why does solar compete?• Utility-scale PV and its competition; both solar thermal, other renewable and • What do utilities and transmission operators look for in a power source? fossil. PV Materials and Cells Levelised Electricity Cost and “Grid Parity”• Jargon-buster: introducing some key scientific principles, terminologies and • Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE): concepts. ◦ How is it calculated?• Power vs. Energy, energy conversion efficiency, electricity and heat. ◦ Which variables have the biggest effect?• Fundamentals of Solar Radiation, including energy available and the solar ◦ How do regulatory incentives (e.g. ITC) affect it? spectrum ◦ How much impact do financing variables have?• How PV materials convert light to energy, and how this limits efficiency and ◦ How useful are studies of LCOE and what do they show? drives design improvements. • Grid Parity: what does it mean and is it a useful measure?• The current state-of-play: • The cost of solar: ◦ Silicon (mono- and polycrystalline, plus hybrid cells) ◦ Capital and Operational cost factors and examples (and why numbers vary so ◦ Thin-film (CdTe, CIGS, a-SI) much). ◦ Multijunction and concentrator cells (e.g. III-V) ◦ Influences such as: market demand, raw materials supply, manufacturing ◦ Emerging technologies: their key features and state of development capacity, cost/learning curves and other factors. (Organics, Dyes, future thin-film etc.) ◦ Technology choice and costs such as balance-of-system and land-use.• PV manufacturing: ◦ An overview of current solar cell and module manufacturing approaches. Other Key Factors in the PV Business Case ◦ Approaches to furthering cost-reduction and efficiency. • Quantifying solar resources: PV Systems and Arrays ◦ Why location matters so much.• Arrays and inverters, including performance and efficiency factors ◦ Optimising installation and determining the value (or otherwise) of tracking• Tracking systems, including installation and operational issues solutions.• CPV development: ◦ Simple, free tools to estimate energy potential in different regions. ◦ The performance advantages and cost challenges of CPV. • Solar variability – how much of a problem? ◦ CPV evolution and mass production / cost reduction challenges. • The value (and costs) of storage.• Electrical storage: • Regulatory supports such as Feed-in-Tariffs (FITs). ◦ A review of different electrical storage solutions, including pros and cons of Developing a revenue and cash-flow model different capacities, storage times and costs. • Simple and comprehensive tools for modelling the finances of solar projects.About your trainerDr John Massey is Green Power Academys founder, Training Director, in-house renewables expert and lead trainer.Combining a strong academic science background with over fifteen years commercial experience ofindustry research, analysis and training across a variety of “new technology “ industries(including conventional and renewable energy, telecoms and IT), Dr Massey is expert indemystifying the terminology and workings of new technologies, and presenting their Book online,commercial and business context.He delivers training globally, to senior executives from a range of organisations from or call Jody Reynard onproject development to finance and has also developed educational material for both liveand distance learning courses. Tel: +44 (0)20 7099 0600He holds a 1st Class Honours degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Email: jody.reynard@greenpowerconferences.comCambridge, a PhD in Earth Sciences and a Diploma in Economics, Innovation andSustainability. Web: www.greenpoweracademy.com Book Now – Visit www.greenpowerconferences.com/utilityscalepv
  6. 6. “Good coverage of topics and good mix of consultants, developers, and technology providers” GoogleBuild relationships The combination of a high level congress and exhibition creates an ideal platform for you to meet buyers from key developers face-to- face in a professional business environment.and drive sales at • Make the right connections: With a track record of attracting major utilities, developers and investors, Green Power events provide you with an excellent opportunity to meet new business contacts and grow your business.Utility Scale PV • Maximise your time: Organising, travelling to and attending meetings can take months. Green Power does the hard work for you, enabling you to meet the people you need to in just two days. • Raise your companys profile: Branding at a Green Power event is soAre you looking to meet CEOs and much more than on-the-day. As a sponsor, your logo will feature on the event website, brochures and marketing materials seen byVPs from large scale PV developers? thousands of industry professionals throughout the year.Invest just 2 days in sponsoring Utility Scale PV and get face-to-face Our sponsorship and exhibition packages are designed to help you meettime with solar directors from leading European utilities and solar your business objectives. If you are looking to win prospective clients,project developers. Past attendees include representatives from Enel strengthen existing relationships or enhance your company profile, weGreen Power, Endesa, EDP Renewables, Edison, Eni, E.On, Acciona, will help you do so in a cost effective manner.Epuron, Iberdrola Renewables, Nur Energy, RES Solar, Statoil, Please contact James Brady for further details:TerniEnergia and many more. Over 200 leading industry players are set Email: james.brady@greenpowerconferences.comto attend in 2011. Tel: +44 (0)20 3355 4205 6 7 8 9 10 11 5 12 4 13 3 2 1 15 14 To conference NETWORK WITH STRATEGIC DECISION MAKERS UPCOMING EVENTSPast attendees include: Acciona Solar • AEEG • AES Solar • Banco Santander • BP Alternative Join key industry players at the followingEnergy • Climate Change Capital • Concentrix • Credit Suisse • Deutsche Structured Finance • international solar events:Edison • Endesa • EDP Renovaveis • Enfinity • ENI • Enel Green Power • EON • Epuron • Ernst & Solar Power Generation USAYoung • European Commission • Foresight Group • GE Energy • GSR Ventures • Hyperion Renewables January 2011, Las Vegas, USA• Ibersolar Energia • Iberdrola Renewables • Infrastrutture • International Energy Agency • KfWBankengruppe • Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield and Byers • Macqurie Capital • McKinsey • Menova Solar MaghrebEnergy • NREL • Nur Energy • NV Energy • Pacific Gas & Electric • Petrol DD • Premier Power • May 2011, Casablanca, MoroccoRabobank • RES Solar • Schott Solar • Sempra Generation • Siemens • SolFocus • Southern PV Developer ForumCalifornia Edison • Statoil • SunPower Corp • Suntech • TerniEnergia • Vattenfall • West LB • Zelig June 2011, London, UKInvestments • Zouk Ventures Solar Investment Forum June 2011, Munich, Germany MEDIA PARTNERS Solar South AfricaGreen Power Conferences works in strategic partnerships with industry leading June 2011, Johannesburg, South Africaorganisations and trade publications. Our international and targeted marketing Solar Turkeycampaigns ensure excellent marketing exposure for our partners. If you would like to September 2011, Istanbul, Turkeypartner with us, please contact Caroline Bissell: Solar Finance & Economics Forum September 2011, Washington D.C., USA Solar India September 2011, New Delhi, India Gulf SolarTel: +44 (0)20 7099 0600 | Fax: +44 (0)20 7900 1853 November 2011, Abu Dhabi, UAEEmail: caroline.bissell@greenpowerconferences.com If you are interested in taking part in the above events, contact Laura Dinnewell laura.dinnewell@greenpowerconferences.com Book Now – Visit www.greenpowerconferences.com/utilityscalepv
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Ea kin ff ry 2 be Bo 0% bru fo rly g Tel: o o a re +44 (0)20 7099 0600 1 Fe 15 Fax: +44 (0)20 7900 1853 E-mail: graham.swanson@greenpowerconferences.com 28-31 March 2011, Milan, Italy Online: www.greenpowerconferences.com 01 1 Please Register Me For Standard Rates □ Full 4 day package: Conference plus pre & post seminar €2899 + IVA @ 20% □ 3 day package: Conference plus 1 seminar Please indicate choice of seminar □ PV Project Finance €2299+ IVA @ 20% □ Optimising Plant Performance □ 2 day conference only €1599 + IVA @ 20% □ 1 seminar only: Please indicate choice of seminar: □ PV Project Finance €799 + IVA @ 20% □ Optimising Plant Performance Training Courses: €899 + IVA @ 20% □ PV Technology Briefing □ PV Business Planning □ Special Group Offer: Register 3 delegates, only pay for 2 Early Booking Rates: Book before 15 February 2011 to receive a 10% discount on all standard pricing Delegate DetailsDelegate 1: Name: .................................................................................... 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