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Renewables and Low-carbon Power Markets

The low-carbon generation landscape in GB continues to change, with shifting support regimes and a move towards subsidy free arrangements. Progress towards targets continues, but support for new technologies remains uncertain. 

Our relaunched Renewables and Low-carbon Power Markets course provides an in-depth insight into this market, covering the key support mechanisms in place, the values available for generators from subsidy and embedded benefits and obligations placed on suppliers to recoup programme costs from customers. Our long established course continues to evolve with the changing market and our updated materials now cover the future outlook for subsidy free arrangements, the role of battery storage and future network charging implications.  

Our market experts will explain the workings of the RO, small scale FITs and CfD schemes, provide insights into the additional revenues gained from embedded benefits, and explain the role of PPAs and other routes to market. 

 

Who’s it for?

  • project developers and investors
  • renewable generation companies
  • energy suppliers
  • professional service companies
  • regulatory bodies
  • NGOs

What does it cover?

  • principles that underpin incentive schemes
  • the policy agenda
  • calculating scheme costs
  • drivers of value and routes to market
  • the future of low carbon investment

 

Further Information

This course is held at the Amba Hotel, Charing Cross London WC2N 5HX.

The course if £595 plus VAT per delegate with discounts available for multiple bookings.

The website ONLY takes card payment, please contact Richard at r.wetherall@cornwall-insight.com if you wish to be invoiced or if you have any queries.

 

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6th March 2018

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“Interesting and informative. Content was excellent and I learned a lot. Very detailed and the speakers are very well informed.”

Michael O, Utility Partnership

20 February 2014