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Caribbean Energy Policy & Procurement Planning (CEPPP): Aligning Key Stakeholders for Regional Sustainability

Caribbean Energy Policy & Procurement Planning (CEPPP): Aligning Key Stakeholders for Regional Sustainability 
February 25-26, 2013 :: Bridgetown, Barbados

 

 

Join experienced energy policy planners, regional utility executives, development stakeholders, energy procurement program designers, project developers, institutional investors, and leading energy legal counsel as we review best practices for energy policy planning in the Caribbean and global island economies. Multiple sessions will review the following: policy design opportunities and risks, policy barriers and regulatory hurdles, current and proposed regional programs, generation and procurement outlook, viable technologies, finance opportunities and investor perspectives, global feed-in tariff programs, local content and economic development impacts, stakeholder opposition and best practices from around the world. Attend this conference to gain the necessary knowledge to understand the energy markets and investment opportunities currently available in the Caribbean region.

As an associate of the scientific Research Council and Caribbean Energy Information System, media sponsors of EUCI’s upcoming Caribbean Energy Policy & Procurement Planning (CEPPP)conference, you are eligible to register at a 10% off discounted rate* for this information-packed event.

Use Discount Code: MSCP02 (case sensitive)
When Registering

Attendees will:

  • Review global best practices with respect to energy and electricity program development
  • Outline policy related to evolving generation and distribution technologies
  • Identify feed-in tariff policies around the world and current best practices in procurement program design
  • Discuss prospective project developer and investor perspectives
  • Outline incumbent provider perspectives and risk assessments
  • Review of legal, tax, regulatory, and policy barriers to system redevelopment
  • Evaluate local content programs and economic impact models pertaining to short-term development benefits and long-term price stability and reduction variables
  • Apply country-risk assessment models
  • Identify economic development programs available to assist in project design and development

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Post-Conference Workshop

Create the Conditions – How to Design, Launch, and Manage an Effective Energy Project Procurement Program
Tuesday, February 26, 2013

This program offers an in-depth look at the development of energy solution procurement programs, examining:

  • The history, background, and context of programs in various jurisdictions
  • The logic and insight behind policy design and pricing decisions
  • FIT programs: how they work, when they work, and why they fail
  • Energy procurement lessons learned from around the world
  • PPA structuring to get projects built

and more…

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