Natural Power will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit which takes place at Rancho Bernardo Inn, San Diego, California from 7th to 9th February 2017. The event, organised by Infocast, is widely recognised as the leading gathering place for wind industry deal makers.
Each year, the industry's leading developers, investors, lenders, turbine suppliers, EPCs and other players gather to gain valuable insights into industry trends, hear the latest market update on the finance and investment landscape and efficiently network with key decision makers. The Summit expects to attract 500 visitors and, with the PTC continuing to fuel industry activity, the Summit will offer up the best available opportunity to stay ahead of the market, meet the industry's leading players and get deals done.
Exhibiting at booth #8, Natural Power's President of North American operations, Jim Adams will be attending along with Senior Vice President, Holly Hughes; Head of Operations and Asset Management in North America, Julius Carter; and Kerr Willis, Senior Construction Project Manager and Michael Capraro, Due Diligence Engineer.
Presentation topics are extensive and will include:
- Government energy policy outlook under the new administration and congress
- Utility resource planning and wind power
- The corporate market—structures, risk and financing
- Investor views on wind power
- How to structure the financing for your wind projects
To find out more, and to register to attend the Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit visit http://infocastinc.com/event/wind-power-finance-investment/
We look forward to seeing you there!
Natural Power in North America
Natural Power has continued to expand across the US with offices in New York and Seattle. Most recently the business expanded the Seattle office to accommodate its growing number of employees, and moved to a new, larger facility at 2701 1st Ave Suite 440, Seattle WA 98121. The business provides asset management services on over 5 GW of renewable energy projects, equivalent to the top three US wind owners by capacity (according to AWEA 2015 Market Report figures). Its approach to ‘total asset management' on operational projects includes a range of services for owners and financiers alike, including local site management and balance of plant services, advanced performance engineering analysis, remote monitoring services, and operational reporting and analysis.