IPFA Continental Europe
Trends and Opportunities in Financing the Energy Transitions
Over the next two decades approximately €200-350 billion investment is required for infrastructure for the energy transition in the Netherlands to achieve the climate goals of 55% emission reductions by 2030 and climate neutrality by 2050. Since public sources of financing will not be enough to meet the climate targets, there is a significant investment gap presenting opportunities for the private sector including institutionals, private equity and financial institutions. For some projects, the government may need to step in. Join us as we discuss where the opportunities lie for each of these and how these types of financing interact.
- Role the traditional banking sector can play, opportunities and risks
- Private and institutional funds involvement, teaming or competing?
- Support of governments and public authorities needed?
- Project structuring and how to mitigate bottlenecks to get to FID
Speakers to be announced shortly.
Discussion begins: 4.30pm
Format: In-person briefing; Panel discussion and interactive Q&A followed by a networking reception
Address: Nauta Dutilh Offices, Beethovenstraat 400, 1082 PR Amsterdam, Netherlands