PVJapan Technical Seminars
|Title||Technical Seminar 5 Solar Power Generation Business|
- The Opportunity and Problem of Solar Power Generation Business -
|Date||Thursday, July 25|
|Venue||Conference Room 101, Conference Tower 1F|
|Registration Fee||Free of Charge (Website registration required)|
Registration is closed because the seminar has reached seating capacity.
|Time||Title / Speaker
|Legal Practice for Mega Solar Project
Partner, Attorney at Law,Banking & Finance Group
Baker & McKenzie (Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise)
A 81 MW in Oita Prefecture and 43 MW in Tottori Prefecture mega solar project finance and many 20 MW or more projects have been reported. In this session, legal aspect of land due diligence (agriculture land and forest land), land lease agreement, equipment authorization, grid connection application, METI model PPA, EPC and O&M agreements, loan agreement, security agreements and sponsor support agreement are explained. Bankable agreements are key to obtain finance.
|Low Cost, Low Risk, Grid Friendly, Reliable Performance
New solar technology and construction methods are making solar power plants cost competitive with natural gas-fired power plants. Using intelligent controls software, solar power plants can provide ancillary services to the grid, helping utilities and system operators manage the grid, and making solar an attractive component of a utility's generation portfolio. Advanced O&M technology and best practices can ensure reliable power plant performance, lowering risk for financiers and increasing returns for investors. This presentation will cover the latest such developments.
|Project Finance and Due Diligence for Mega-Solar Business
Deputy General Manager,Business Incubation Department and Project Finance Department
Shinsei Bank, Limited
Concerning the mega-solar business, the lecturer will explain, using case examples, points to note when raising funds by project finance, advantages and disadvantages of such fundraising, the process flow for concluding a loan agreement, and due diligence.
|The current situation and issue of the solar business under Feed-In Tariff program
General Manager,Solar Project Headquarters
NTT FACILITIES, INC.
This presentation will explain the initiating process and operational risk of the solar power generation business under Feed-In Tariff program in Japan, based on NTT FACILITIES’ plenty of installation experience as a solar system integrator.