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Helping you make sense of the energy and water sectors

Training

Project Finance (Dublin)

The Irish energy market is undergoing profound change with the roll-out of I-SEM and the drive towards greater renewables integration. As more assets look to commercialise, understanding how finance interplays with the new market framework is critical to the success of any project.

This course will help you understand how equity investors and debt providers assess, quantify and translate risks and opportunities into financing structures for energy projects in relation to I-SEM and the Irish energy market.

Who’s it for?

  • Those looking to increase their knowledge of Irish energy investment trends and practice
  • Those requiring a more in-depth knowledge of how investors in energy projects evaluate, account for and manage risks
  • Practitioners engaged directly or indirectly in financial modelling energy investment
  • Those looking to understand how I-SEM may change investment and financing of energy assets

What does it cover?

  • Types of finance, funding and contract structures
  • Irish energy investment landscape
  • Risk categorisation and valuation under I-SEM – wholesale markets, balancing and DS3
  • Due diligence on investment
  • Financial structuring and cover ratios
  • Contractual structuring and the role of PPAs in financing
     

Booking Information

Location:

Radisson Blu

Golden Lane

Dublin 8

 

Price:

€695

Discounts are available for multiple bookings, please contact Vanessa at training@cornwall-insight.com to book this course or for more information.

Sorry there are currently no upcoming dates, please contact us on 01603 602115 or via email

Plan your training pathway

All Cornwall Insight courses are arranged within training pathways, easily allowing you to select which level you required. Simply choose from teh drop down below to view our development pathway.

1
Foundation
Course
Introducing the GB Energy Market
2
Intermediate
Course
Competitive Consumer Energy Markets
3
Advanced
Course
Electricity Settlements: From the Meter to the Bank