Program 2017

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The speakers will give an overview about the technology and related actual financing topics and introduce the challenges and solutions in this framework.

Opportunities in the Global Geothermal Sector

Alexander Richter
ThinkGeoEnergy - IGA President

Financing geothermal - a gap analysis

Amanda Lonsdale
East Africa Geothermal Facility, Adam Smith International

ROI in different stages of geothermal projects

Benjamin Richter
Rödl & Partner GbR

What is the value of your Geothermal Project Development? - Putting value on project risk in the geothermal sector.

Gunnar Tryggvason
KPMG

In the different countries various support schemes were developed by the state to stimulate the geothermal development. This also guarantees a continous project development. Very popular are feed-in tariffs and risk insurance schemes for initiating the geothermal development. One of the question arising is how long a public feed-in tariff should be prolonged and sould ther be a slight degression or a sudden end of the support? This will be presented and discussed with examples from different countries, lead by EGEC.

Countries in the focus are:

  • France
  • Germany
  • Turkey
  • Indonesia
  • France

Chairman

Philippe Dumas
EGEC

The energy-specific legislation in France, Germany, Turkey, Japan, USA to facilitate investment for geothermal development

Paolo Bertuzzi
Turboden S.p.A.

Accelerating Renewable Development in Germany

Cornelia Viertl
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

French tools for Deep Geothermal Energy development

Jean-Jacques Graff
AFPG

Untapping Turkey’s Geothermal Potential: EBRD’s PLUTO Programme

Deniz Yurtsever
EBRD

Indonesia’s Geothermal Update and Business Opportunity

Budi Herdiyanto
MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES

The country risks and especially the geological risk are the main challenges for developers and investors to face. In particular with respect to long development periods the question "How to handle risks?" arises - this will also be the focus in this session. Speakers from private companies, public bodies and donors give their views and introduce programms for de-risking geothermal.

Chairman

Dr. Jochen Schneider
Enerchange

Comparison of risk mitigation schemes in different countries

Maria Ueltzen
Rödl & Partner

Public Incentive and Risk Mitigation Schemes for Africa and Latin America

Jens Wirth
kfw

Restructuring of Geothermal Funds in Indonesia - Breakthroughs for Exploration Financing

Ilham Nugroho
Ministry of Finance, Indonesia

PT SMI's role in Geothermal Energy Development in Indonesia

Pradana Murti
PT SMI (PT Sarana Multi Infrastructure)

After developping a geothermal field, financing the first well is one of the biggest bottlenecks due to the high risk of success. Here also a smaller well size might be cost saving and reasonable for collecting experiences of the geothermal site. In this session financing models for the first stage of a geothermal project are introduced in a panel discussion with various early stage investors. But also for the exit and project finance will be considered with Due Dilligence and Best pracitce examples which are presented and discussed.

Adel Baba-Aissa
GeoTermico

Johan Larsson
Climeon

Tim Jackson
InfraCo Africa

Eirikur Bragason
KS Orka Renewables Pte Ltd.

Geothermal Power Plant Due Diligence - an Engineering Perspective

Dr. Hartwig Schröder
enpros consulting GmbH

Financing exploration and production drilling--crossing Death Valley

Hezy Ram
GreenMax Capital Advisors

Many countires have excellent geothermal conditions. However, electricity prices do not coincide with the development cost of geothermal energy. One possibility to solve such challenges might be a closer cooperation between public finance institutions and private equity. Here development banks, donors and investors are invited to discuss about cooperations.

Chairwoman

Amanda Lonsdale
East Africa Geothermal Facility, Adam Smith International

Tim Jackson
InfraCo Africa

Deniz Yurtsever
EBRD

Hezy Ram
GreenMax Capital Advisors

Blended Finance: Its not about the “What”, its about the “How”

Andrew Johnstone
Climate Investor 1