Hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent each year on new projects for renewable energy production.
Trillions of dollars are forecast to be invested over the next 30 years.
These are very large, very expensive, risky long-term investments in critical infrastructure for the world’s energy future.
These highly distributed variable energy sources must be integrated into existing electrical infrastructure while maintaining reliable delivery of energy to commercial and private users
Who are the industry stakeholders and what are each of their risks?
How do stakeholders assure reliable projects?
How do project developers integrate reliable energy into the grid?
How do the governments and the investors that finance such large projects manage their financial risk ?
How do the insurance companies limit their risk in such projects?
This webinar will discuss these issues and promote a dialogue on this subject.