Natural Power to sponsor Infocast Wind Power Finance and Investment Summit

Natural Power will be sponsoring the forthcoming Infocast Wind Power Finance and Investment Summit scheduled to take place from 9th - 11th February at the Rancho Bernardo Inn, San Diego, California.

The summit, which is billed as the wind industry's best networking and deal-making event of the year, brings together representatives from across the sector to gather in San Diego to network and exchange valuable insights on financing and business opportunities. The event will be providing insight on IRS guidance on PTC qualification, the PTC extension and the next wave of demand for wind power, yieldcos and alternative sources of financing, M&A opportunities and outlook and synthetic PPAs and merchant hedging trends.


Holly Hughes, Natural Power's Senior Vice President in North America, said: "With our continued growth in support of the US renewable sector, this event marks the start of a big year for us. Not only can we breathe new and fresh operations-based expertise into the market through our work for clients, but we also offer a real, top tier, one-stop-shop when it comes to renewable energy consultancy with energy yield, due diligence and operational support services accepted by the major banks and sponsors alike."

Natural Power will be taking an integral role within the Summit program, including Holly Hughes' main agenda presentation on ‘Wind Asset Management and Operations', which explores the perspectives of various project owners, their priorities, and how they view plant operations based upon many competing variables (Wednesday February 10 4:15 PM); along with a session on differing needs for due diligence on operational assets based on investor/owner type.

The full agenda can be found here: http://www.infocastinc.com/events/wind-finance-investment/agenda

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