Thirty-Frist Annual Global Energy and Finance Conference
This is the 31st year that Norton Rose Fulbright (and predecessor firm Chadbourne & Parke) have hosted this highly-regarded conference. The conference is by invitation only. Each year, more than 150 top executives in the energy and project finance communities attend.
Topics this year will focus on 10 new trends, including how tangled supply chains, labor shortages, inflation and uncertainty around possible anti-circumvention duties are playing out in financings, whether hydrogen is becoming economic more rapidly and will prove more disruptive than appeared even a year ago, the shifting dynamics of electricity storage as some developers move to tolling agreements and others opt for merchant portfolio financings, and what opportunities developers are finding to serve crypto-mining loads. There will be shorter updates on how hedging has evolved since the Texas cold snap last year, the outlook for the clean energy tax provisions, current terms in the M&A market, the move by corporate offtakers to double as tax equity investors and lots more.