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Energy and infrastructure events

To register your interest in attending any future events please email energy@eversheds-sutherland.com

Upcoming events for the energy and infrastructure sector

Impact of COVID-19 on corporate PPA market

2 July 2020- Webinar

In this session we will discuss our shared experiences on some of the key impacts, negative and positive, that have arisen out of the COVID-19 pandemic on private PPAs. The presentation will cover a range of subjects including wider market impacts (such as the impact on the demand for PPAs and the liquidity of the private offtake market), pricing and offtake terms, regulatory impacts (such as new constraint management measures by system operators), and other contractual changes (such as force majeure and change in law).

We are delighted to have PPA experts from KPMG and Sustainable Development Capital LLP join us as part of the panel discussion.

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via this link in order to receive the joining details.

Update on the state of funding for energy transition assets in the UK

30 June 2020- Webinar

Eversheds Sutherland and Energy Transition Investment invite you to attend an update on the state of funding for energy transition assets in the UK to be held at 12.30pm on 30 June.

We will be joined by BEIS and leading banks and funds supporting the financing of and investment in energy transition assets. We will explain the current state of play as impacted by COVID-19 together with the likely market impact in the short and medium term taking account of reduced power prices and impacts on offtaker credit worthiness together with the impact on volume of transactions, debt pricing and terms.

The webinar will also give you a chance to ask our senior panel their views.

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via this link in order to receive the joining details.


Past events

Is the Heathcare next in the evolution of Green Finance, Sustainability-Linked Loans, Transition Bonds and ESG?

4 June 2020- Mirco webinar

The Eversheds Sutherland Clean Energy Team will be hosting a webinar to discuss Green and Sustainable Finance and its evolution in the current climate.

The event will be led by Mark Dennison and Holly Suthren and will cover:

  • opportunities available to the Clean Energy Sector across Green Finance, Sustainability-Linked Loans, Transition Bonds and ESG
  • key discussion points when structuring and developing sustainable finance transactions
  • LMA guidance published in May 2020
  • healthcare and its future role in financing the Clean Energy Sector

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via this link in order to receive the joining details.

Navigating Problems in Clean Energy Projects

27 May 2020- Global Webinar

The Eversheds Sutherland Clean Energy Team will be hosting a webinar to discuss strategy and best practice in the navigation of problems in clean energy projects. The event, which will be led by Mark Dennison (Project Finance) and Jessica Neuberger (Construction and Engineering Disputes) and other experts around the world, will consider construction and operation phases across the full Finance and Project Documents spectrum.

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via this link in order to receive the joining details.

Covid-19 - Policy support and funding implications renewables during Covid-19

15 May 2020- Global Webinar- UK Focus

Due to demand, we arererunning our original webinar around policy support. The webinar will focus on the UK Government’s business continuity activities and finance support mechanisms, including the Business Interruption Loan Schemes and the Corporate Financing Facility with input from both Treasury and BEIS and what the REA has been doing to help progress support measures for the renewables sector in the UK.

We will also focus on how funders of renewables, both debt and equity, are approaching projects impacted by Covid-19. Some of the leading funds and banks in the sector will also provide advice on the best approaches to take to maintain project support.

Eversheds Sutherland's International Head of Clean Energy and Sustainability and Chair of the REA Finance Steering Group, Michelle T Davies, will chair the discussion.

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via the link in order to receive the joining details.

Post-Covid-19 re-entry/return to work planning

4 May 2020- Global Webinar

The conversation will focus on re-entry strategy and what global businesses can expect in a changed working environment as they begin to resume operations once lockdown restrictions are lifted.

The discussion will cover core planning and implementation teams, assessment of existing models, risk assessments, implementation of safety measures, screening measures, return to work plans, wellbeing and welfare and limiting legal risks.

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via the link in order to receive the joining details.

Covid-19 Implications on African Solar Industry

17 April 2020- Global Webinar

The African continent has so far been relatively spared by the COVID-19 outbreak.

The pandemic nevertheless has important impacts on the growing solar industry on the continent which is characterized by a wide diversity of business segments (large scale, C&I, mini-grids, SHS).Join the experts on Friday 17 April, 1pm, to learn more about these impacts, the different national responses to the pandemic and the potential mitigation strategies applicable to the solar industry.

During this webinar, we will discuss:

  • current business situation of the different solar segments and financial implications
  • impact analysis on supply chain factors and projections
  • concept of Force Majeure and other contractual implications of the crisis

If you would like to attend the webinar, please register via the link in order to receive the joining details.

Open Solar Contacts

30 March 2020- Global Webinar

In a market where power prices continue to fall it is important that the industry takes as much cost as it can out of the development of projects. The adoption of standard form documentation offers the opportunity to do this by improving the speed and efficiency of solar transactions globally. As a firm, we have advised on over 8 GW of solar projects across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the US, Latin America and Asia. We have seen the value these standard legal documents create.

We would be delighted if you are able to join us on this live webinar to find out more about Open Solar Contracts. Register here.

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