Clean Energy Innovation - Financing and Trends

22 May 2015

09.00am - 11.00am

Maxwell Chambers, Level 3, 32 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069115

The seminar will cover:

  • New trends in the financing of clean energy projects
  • European investment trends in built environment energy innovation
  • Contracting principles for sustainable energy projects
  • Smart grid opportunities in Singapore including funding schemes
  • Electricity futures in Singapore
Energy Innovation Series

This seminar forms part of an international series of Bird & Bird energy innovation events. Upcoming events include seminars in Sydney (May 2015) and Stockholm (June 2015) on energy efficiency solutions in the built environment. Please contact us if you would like further information.

Speakers' profiles

Sandra Seah, Head of Singapore Corporate Group, ATMD Bird & Bird, Singapore

Sandra has extensive experience in energy and environmental regulatory work in Singapore. She has acted as the external legal counsel to the Energy Market Authority of Singapore since 2002, and has advised a number of regulators and agencies, including BCA and NEA. She has worked on a wide spectrum of energy issues, including the implementation of contestability in the Singapore electricity market, retail and generation licensing, gas access, energy efficiency and renewables. She is also involved in waste management, and green building projects.

Ken Cheung, Partner, ATMD Bird & Bird, Singapore

With a primary focus on the corporate energy sector, particularly renewables and clean energy, Ken has a leading reputation advising on regional renewable energy projects advising many of the major players. He advises on the corporate and commercial aspects of investments and projects including M&A advice, structuring, joint ventures, supply contracts and on IP and technology issues.

Michael Rudd, Partner, Bird & Bird, London

Michael is a commercial projects and regulatory partner who heads our International Energy Management Group. He advises private sector stakeholders looking to fund, procure or provide energy management solutions (including distributed generation, demand management and demand response) and public sector bodies creating and implementing energy management policies. His clients have won various industry innovation awards. Michael has edited and authored books, chapters and industry reports on renewables, energy management, smart cities, smart grids and electricity regulation.

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