The investor community can play an active and vocal role on climate change by investing in areas such as energy efficiency and renewable energy, pressing governments to adopt more ambitious policies on climate change, and actively encourage companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Based on carbon-footprint information, investors are taking action now, more and more, to reduce the carbon-intensity of their investments and portfolios. What are risks and opportunities in decarbonizing your investment portfolio? How to compose a well balanced portfolio? What are trends? What are decommissioning / amortization risks?
In this breakfast session DNV GL, ABN AMRO and Uniper will guide you through the most important aspects of decarbonizing your investment portfolio. Get insight in the latest technology developments. Off course with plenty of room for questions and interaction with experts.
- Opportunities & risks in your current carbonized portfolio. What are risks or opportunities when investing in carbon assets? What has changed in the market place recently and what will change in the near foreseeable future, impacting your carbonized portfolio? What choices to make? Financial impact? Senior energy economist Hans van Cleef from ABN-AMRO will elaborate on this topic.
- Opportunities & risks in decarbonizing your portfolio, a case study: The newly built power plant MPP3 at Maasvlakte can play a pivotal role in decarbonizing the Maasvlakte/Europoort region. The creation of Energy Hub West reduces the CO2 footprint below the level of modern gas. The various aspects of this Energy Hub concept will be presented by Hans Schoenmakers, Director Corporate Affairs at Uniper.
- Pathway to a decarbonized future. DNV GL’s Theo Bosma will present a view on a decarbonized future, explaining the technology trends that influence the way to get there and investment decisions that are involved (What about system generation units? Green bonds trading? Regulatory issues? Technical issues?)
We offer you this platform where various stakeholders with interests in the energy industry will meet and share insights and best practices. We have invited a small and select group of people - for optimal interaction - coming from the finance industry, from utilities and of course project developers. There will be plenty of room for discussion and networking over coffee in a relaxed setting.
Don't hesitate and register for our exclusive breakfast event today! Please register at your earliest convenience, as space is limited. This event is free of charge.
Thursday, November 17 2016, 08:00 - 10:15.
Corso Como (WTC Amsterdam)
1077 XW Amsterdam
We look forward to meeting you.