09:20 - 10:20
- Understand the different markets around Europe and how they sell wind power
- Learn which new structures and regulations are going to be implemented for PPA and CfD structures in key European markets including Scandinavia, UK, Ireland and Poland
- What are customers looking for from the wind industry?
Greentech and Net-Zero Investment Advisory Lead,
10:20 - 10:45
Lately we have observed extreme price differences in the electricity markets. Often these price spikes coincides with periods of low wind power production – and vice versa.
- What can you do to reduce the risks?
- How can you quantify these risks?
- Why do need to simulate both prices and volumes?
- How will this help you?
11:15 - 12:00
- What existing revenue models are there for green hydrogen?
- What is the appetite for offtake?
- Should a CfD scheme be implemented for green hydrogen?
12:00 - 12:45
- What port infrastructure is required for them to be able to host floating wind projects?
- What vessels are required to access floating wind turbines for maintenance and repair?
- Learn which solutions you can undertake for the success of your projects
- Questions remain around the bankability of these projects as there are not yet any proven, long-term financially viable case studies to base decision-making from
Senior Energy Executive
12:45 - 13:20
- Floating wind provides great excitement with many GWs worth of offshore wind capacity able to be expanded into if able to be produced effectively at scale
- The excitement was proved in the ScotWind auction with several GWs of seabed being bought up for future floating wind projects, including a project of 3GW
- However, questions remain around the bankability of these projects as there are not yet any proven, long-term financially viable case studies to base decision-making from
- Hear from project financers to understand what steps can be taken to make floating wind projects bankable and more attractive for project financers?
Director, Global Lead, Floating Wind,
The Renewables Consulting Group
Chief Investment Officer,
Head of Floating Offshore Wind,
Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult
Senior Vice President / Director Offshore Wind Development Continental Europe,
14:25 - 14:55
- So far, the Irish wind market has been dominated by onshore wind production with a capacity of over 5GW currently installed
- The upcoming 2023 Irish offshore wind auction is expected to reach 3.5-4GW of capacity. With another 7GW expected for 2024’s auction
- Hear from those active in the Irish market to learn how you can get involved ahead of the upcoming expansion
14:55 - 15:40
- Traditionally it has been difficult to co-locate wind and storage due to the infrequency of energy supply
- However, technologies and opportunities are growing – learn more about the future of wind and storage opportunities and why you should get involved