Power Purchase Agreement Bankability

A practical guide to bankable PPAs for energy projects, blending legal, financial and technical perspectives

Power Purchase Agreement Bankability

25 - 27 August 2020, Singapore

Book by 22 May and save up to $500


According to the IEA, "More than 70% of the $2 trillion required each year in energy supply investment either comes from state-directed entities or receives a full or partial revenue guarantee." This revenue guarantee is typically offered as a Power Purchase Agreement in the electricity sector and therefore a crucial element in a project finance environment for IPPs. Bankability of PPAs is especially challenging as most electricity demand growth takes place in emerging countries with offtaker's creditworthiness at least questionable. Therefore the bankability of PPAs is not only driven by complex contractual clauses within the commercial agreement but by the power sector and country context embedding the foreign invested IPP. More often than not, the project set up requires additional credit enhancements instruments backing the PPA to reach financial close.

This PPA workshop will draw on a database of some 100 PPAs from across the world and all types of power generation technologies. We will further discuss a wide range of country and project case studies from emerging markets and compare them with international experience in the power sector. The seminar experience will require interactive involvement of the delegates to discuss cases, conduct exercises and thorough reading of legal documents.

Course Highlights

- Real world PPAs to be used during the course
- Blending legal, financial and technical elements in straightforward way
- Hands-on exercises and group work
- Zooming in and out from PPA clauses to project and country context
- Discussion of many case studies to apply learning topics
- Global expert trainer in the field of PPA and project finance

Benefits of Attending

- Understand the link and importance of the PPA within the project set-up
- Learn how to analyse a PPA hands-on
- Understand the key provisions of a PPA and its impact on project financing
- Anticipate and mitigate risks through the PPA process
- Learn how to identify red flags within the PPA, both from seller and buyer's side
- Apply your learnings from day one at work

Who Should Attend

- Officials of governments and regulatory bodies
- National utilities and grid operators
- Development finance institutions and commercial banks
- Lawyers, contract managers, developers and equity investors
- IPPs, oil and gas companies
- EPC contractors and O&M service providers

Course Certificate

Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion bearing the signatures from both the Course Director and the Course Organiser. This Certificate will testify your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.

To register/enquire on this course, please contact:

James Soo
Infocus International Group
Tel: +65 6325 0352 | Email: james[at]infocusinternational.com
Website: https://www.infocusinternational.com/bankableppa

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