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Advanced Workshop on Renewable Energy Investment Analysis using RETScreen


06-07 April 2010


Hilton Hotel,

Clarke Energy Training presents an Advanced Workshop on Renewable Energy Investment Analysis using RETScreen in Barbados on 6-7 April 2010. This event is sponsored by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), a Federal Agency of the Government of Canada.

Participants will learn about the analytical methods employed by the recent RETScreen Version 4, together with its databases concerning renewable energy resources (NASA, hydro), products and suppliers, and UNFCCC carbon baselines. Analysis methods include energy systems, financial (NPV, ROR, IRR, DSCR, Year-to-positive, etc), economic, risk and sensitivity, greenhouse gas (GHG) analysis.

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to build investment quality decision making models for photovoltaics, wind, biogas, hydro, and combined heat and power (CHP/Cogen) projects.

This training course is also available in-house at the offices of interested parties.

Contact Dr. Roland R Clarke if you are interested at: clarkeenergy@…


Dr. Roland R. Clarke CEO, Clarke Energy Associates Dr. Clarke is a seasoned energy analyst with over 27 years of experience in renewable energy, energy efficiency, demand side management, electric utility planning and energy policy. He holds a Ph.D. in Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania (USA) and an M.Sc. in Alternative Energy from the University of Reading (UK). He is a a Member of the RETScreen Network of Experts, Senior Member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a Member of the IEEE, and a Member of the International Association of Energy Economics, IAEE. He has trained staff at the World Bank and the United Nations on RETScreen.

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Roland Clarke PhD (UPenn 1995)
Clarke Energy Training

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