Infocast's Advanced Renewable Energy Project Finance & Analysis Seminar Returns to San Francisco this April

Premier event for project finance professionals to acquire the techniques to structure & analyze renewable energy projects to optimize financing.

Woodland Hills, CA January 28, 2014

Infocast brings its highly successful and informative bi-annual Advanced Renewable Energy Project Finance & Analysis Seminar to the Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel, April 2-3, 2014 in San Francisco, CA. Active project finance players with decades of experience structuring and securing financing for renewable energy projects headline the comprehensive 2-day interactive hands-on course.

The difference between profitability and failure of a renewable energy project is ultimately tied to being able to accurately assess project risks, analyze impacts of project structures on financeability and pursuing the right equity and debt financing strategies. For renewable energy projects, tax incentives and public policy uncertainties continue to complicate project financing. Only projects that are optimally structured to mitigate risk and take advantage of unique renewable energy incentives will secure financing.

New for 2014, the Advanced Renewable Energy Project Finance & Analysis seminar has added interactive project financial modeling and analysis to its extensive outline of sessions. This April edition will provide participants the knowledge to assess and mitigate risk in renewable energy projects; structure contracts, documentation and risk sharing arrangements to mitigate commodity risk, Force Majeure, change of law and other hard-to-quantify risk; deal with capital providers' risk appetite and its impact on project finance structures; manage changes to tax incentives and its influence on renewable financing; and build and use project finance models for cash flow and sensitivity analysis, sale-leaseback transaction, partnership flip and pass-through lease transaction.

With an expanded focus on solar project finance and project structuring in the post-tax grant environment. The course is led by project finance experts from leading financial, legal and project development companies such as Alyra Renewable Energy Finance LLC, Deloitte Tax LLLP, Goldwind USA, and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. These distinguished project finance professionals will provide seminar attendees with project finance models, sample terms sheets, analytical tools, and spreadsheets from actual projects to help them successfully secure project financing.

The meeting will offer an exceptional opportunity to learn how to successfully finance your renewable project. It will focus on critical topics including risk evaluation and sharing, contract structuring and documentation, project financial modeling and analysis, risk analysis by lenders and equity investors, partnership flip and lease structures, and much more.

For more information, to register for the seminar or to join as a Sponsor, visit the event website at or contact Infocast events at 818-888-4444.

About Infocast
For over 25 years, Infocast has taught individuals from large and small organizations to effectively structure transactions, enabling these organizations to raise billions of dollars in capital. Infocast's successful events include a highly successful series of Finance and Investment Summits where industry players gather to share their perspectives on the finance and investment market, to establish relationships, network and conduct business.

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