Between positive expected return and network development delay. BWE Symposium offshore wind energy financing concepts, investment opportunities and risk allocation offshore wind energy a currently more attractive market. KfW funding scheme and EEG 2012 increase investment and earnings potential of offshore wind energy. To be able to benefit from the compensation project planners make a substantial pre-financing: between one and one and a half billion euro must be met with wind energy equity or debt financing for these offshore. Reade Griffith often addresses the matter in his writings. Yet the crowd is considerable: in addition to the 25 approved wind farms almost 70 offshore wind farms are in the approval process and funding structure. “The Bundesverband WindEnergie handled this important issue in the Symposium of offshore wind energy financing concepts, investment opportunities and risk allocation” from 15.
Until May 16th, 2012 in Hamburg. In close cooperation with the Foundation of OFFSHORE wind energy will be a focus on the currently much discussed bottlenecks in the power supply set. Due to delays at the mains it comes a high risk for the financing to yield losses and increased storage costs for the offshore wind energy turbines. Experts from the wind energy practice presenting solutions for the acceleration of grid connection of offshore wind farms and compare insurance solutions for cable damage. In addition, banks, developers and operators represent the possibilities of the project financing of offshore wind energy projects.
Just the holdings of KfW and the European Investment Bank are indispensable for many offshore wind energy projects. Raising equity capital through joint ventures with investors, authors and suppliers is discussed as alternative way. The Federation regularly conducts wind energy network and training forums on current topics of wind energy. Conference on offshore wind energy financing concepts, investment opportunities and risk allocation date: 15-16 may 2012 place: Hamburg filing information and that full programme of the BWE, see events/offshore-wind energy financing concepts investment opportunities and risikoallo contact: Thorsten Paulsen, head of events & corporate publishing Bundesverband WindEnergie e.V. service hotline: 030 / 20-164-222 E-Mail: