Asian Americans in Energy, the Environment and Commerce

Financing Infrastructure in a Rapidly Changing Energy Sector

  • 29 Mar 2018
  • 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • The World Bank Group - J Building, 
701 18th St. NW, Washington, DC 20006

Registration

  • * AE2C Members in good standing

    * If you would like to join AE2C, please do so before registering for the event for free admission.
  • Government Employees please use official school/govt email address.
  • Professionals with 5+ year post university/graduate experience.
  • Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students should register from a valid .edu email address.
  • Guest must register from a World Bank email address

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AE2C Washington DC Chapter invites you to

Financing Infrastructure in a Rapidly Changing Energy Sector

Co-Hosted with the World Bank Group

March 29, 2018

2:30 – 6:00 p.m.
The World Bank Group - J Building
701 18th St. NW, Washington, DC 20006

This first event of 2018 will feature an exciting discussion on energy infrastructure from both US domestic and international perspectives, including policy insights from the Department of Energy and the World Bank Group. Panel discussions will explore the latest practices in risk management and financing of international energy projects in competitive and disruptive energy markets. Panelists will discuss how energy infrastructure markets are being transformed by innovation, new pricing regimes, market dynamics and shifting national and global policy.

Agenda

US Market Overview: Eric Hsieh, Director, Office of Energy Finance and Incentive Analysis, US Department of Energy

Panel 1 –
 Structuring Energy Infrastructure in a Dynamic US Resource Market

Panelists span across the life cycle of US infrastructure including project developers and utility industry representatives. The discussion will include emerging changes in the US market, in particular, innovative financing practices, and technical, environmental and market challenges.

Jenny Hou, AE2C Board and General Partner, SunEnergi Capital (Moderator)

  • Eric Hsieh, Director, Office of Energy Finance and Incentive Analysis, US Department of Energy
  • Andrew Longenecker, Vice President, Business Development, Cube Hydro
  • Michael D. Smith,  Senior Vice President, Distributed Energy, Constellation

International Market Overview: Neeraj Prasad/Venkata Ramana Putti, Carbon Finance Unit, World Bank Group

Panel 2 – Financing and Managing International Infrastructure in a Risky Market 

Panelists span across the life cycle of US infrastructure including project developers and utility industry representatives. The discussion will include emerging changes in the US market, in particular, innovative financing practices, and technical, environmental and market challenges.

Anand Subbiah, AE2C Board and Executive Director, McLean Development Group (Moderator)

  • Kenneth Hansen, Partner, Energy Infrastructure Practice, Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Aman Sachdeva, CEO and President, Synergy Consulting IFA
  • Stephen Shulman, Managing Director, Global Energy Group, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
Following the main program, there will be a brief reception from 5:00 to 6:00 pm.

Please note that due to World Bank security restrictions, there are no on-site registrations for this event. Please RSVP before Wednesday, March 28th.

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