After the panel discussion the interested audience member will join the roundtable for the country they are most interested in, attendee will have the opportunity to join at least two tables within this time frame. The first discussion will run from 15.20 to 16.00 and the second will run from 16.00 to 16.40. Refreshments and canapes will be served at the tables throughout the session.
What kinds of contracts are available to build utility scale solar farms?
What are the returns expected in these markets
How to engage with local and mainstream banks and multilaterals
Who is providing early stage development, and if no one, - who could?
How do you lower the cost of capital of your project?
What are the credit enhancement structures available and what are the timelines attached to them?
What is the role of DFIs and in what capacity are they most active/helpful?
How to achieve the ticket sizes needed by institutional investors and PE
A look at the future: what are the financing innovation?- when will the capital markets confidently enter this market
After the panel discussion: the audience members will join the roundtable for the country they are most interested in. Attendees will have the opportunity to join at least two tables within this time frame. The first discussion will run from 15.20 to 15.50 and the second will run from 15.50 to 16.20. Refreshments and canapes will be served at the tables throughout the session.
Firstly, roundtable hosts will recount the highlights of their discussions; they will be followed by a speech from the chair of the day summarizing the key takeaway from the conference.
At that point each of the participants will be encouraged to ask the voice of all the issues/questions that are still unanswered to the whole audience. Anyone will be allowed onto the stage to take a stab at answering these questions