Do. 5. Okt. 23
Webinar - Financing Solutions for Solar Heat in Industrial Processes (SHIP) Projects
Veranstaltungsort: Online, 10.00 - 12.00 h CEST
- Welcome, Introduction and Moderation
Peter Nitz, Fraunhofer ISE - Head of the Department „High Temperature Solar Thermal and Industrial Processes”, Germany, www.ise.fraunhofer.de
- SHIP - technologies and best practice examples
Christoph Brunner, CEO of AEE INTEC – Research Institution on Sustainable Technologies, Austria, www.aee-intec.at
- Financing models for SHIP projects
Winfried Braumann, Founder and CEO of REENAG – Project development and financing of renewable energy and energy efficiency, Austria, www.reenag.com
- Experiences on financing small-scale decarbonisation projects on cash-flow basis
Slawomir Huss, Partner of Solas Capital – Investment in energy efficiency & self-consumption PV, Switzerland, www.solas.capital
- Q&A and open discussion
Solar thermal technologies are set to take an important role in the decarbonization of heat production. For industry, they provide technologically mature and economically viable solutions for processing heat in a wide range of temperatures.
This webinar introduces financing models for projects delivering solar process heat in industry and thus mainly addresses people from the financing sector interested in renewable investments.
It starts with a comprehensive overview of technologies and examples of solar heat in industrial processes (SHIP). It then shows how financing solutions can be developed using established methods for financing photovoltaic and wind power plants and how capacity utilization can be optimized, and offtake risks can be managed using the energy cells approach for distributed energy production. The third part of the webinar gives the floor to a financial investor in decarbonization projects to explain how investment projects are evaluated and how long-term financing can be structured on a cash flow basis also for smaller projects.
Free Webinar in the framework of the IEA SHC Task 64 / SolarPACES Task IV, Subtask E “Guideline to Market”