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Renewable Energy Finance

  • ID: 4768577
  • Book
  • 225 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Renewable Energy Finance: Theory and Practice integrates the special characteristics of renewable energy with key elements of project finance. Through a mixture of fundamental analysis and real-life examples, readers learn how renewable energy project finance works in actual deals that mix finance, public policy, legal, engineering and environmental issues. The skills developed in analyzing non-recourse cash flow-based finance are applicable not only to green energy, but also apply more widely in project finance and infrastructure investing. The book's comparisons of developed and developing countries make it valuable to readers worldwide.

  • Presents real world cases in each chapter
  • Includes a companion website that contains renewable energy project finance models and other resources
  • Supports efforts to achieve environmental sustainability through renewable financing projects and cleaner production techniques
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Part I: Introduction 1. Introduction: Politics and Economics of Renewable Energy Projects 2. Public Policy Mechanisms to Support Renewable Energy Projects 3. Renewable Energy Project Development Process

Part II: Introduction to Project Finance 4. Introduction to Project Finance 5. Theory and Practice of Project Finance 6. Financing Renewable Energy Projects in the US 7. International Considerations for Project Finance 8. Valuation of Renewable Energy Projects

Part III: Financing Distributed Energy Technologies 9. Overview of Residential Solar Sector 10. Evolution of Energy Storage Technologies
Batteries and other Technologies 11. Clean Tech Investments: Challenges and Opportunities

Part IV: Power and Transmission Markets 12. Introduction to Power Markets 13. Transmission Markets and Transmission Congestion Assessment 14. Credit Risk Assessment and Strategies for Renewable Energy Hedges

Part V: International Aspects of Renewable Energy Finance 15. Lessons from Developed Economies (Germany, Italy, and Spain) 16. Lessons from Developing Countries (India, China, and Chile)

Appendix A. Units of Energy and Power B. Brief History of Power Markets in the US C. Case Studies D. Problem Sets, Study Questions, and Answers
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Raikar, Santosh
Santosh Raikar is a Managing Director at State Street Corporation, where he manages renewable energy investments. He has originated and underwritten investments in excess of $6 billion in energy and infrastructure sectors with more than $2 billion invested in the renewable energy sector. Mr. Raikar formerly held senior positions at Deutsche Bank and Lehman Brothers. He has also worked for solar developers and technology companies in the United States and India. Santosh teaches a course on Renewable Energy Investments at Carroll School of Management at Boston College. He holds graduate degrees in technology and policy and electrical engineering from M.I.T. and Arizona State University respectively
Adamson, Seabron
Seabron Adamson is a Vice President at Charles River Associates, a global economics advisory firm, and was formerly a member of the energy and commodities group at Tudor Investment Corporation, a major alternative investment firm. He has advised a wide range of developer, banking, government and private equity clients on green energy projects in the United States, Canada and the European Union. He has taught classes on energy finance and economics at Tulane University and on renewable energy finance at the Carroll School of Management of Boston College. He holds graduate degrees from MIT, Georgia Tech and Boston University.
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