26 April 2019
Green Financing Taiwan: Corporate Renewable Energy Sourcing and Community Wind
Corporate Renewable Energy Sourcing is one of the most important trends in the renewable energy industry right now and is attracting huge interest around the world, becoming a new source of financing for wind and other renewable energy sources globally. According to IRENA, companies sourced renewable electricity in 75 countries either through corporate PPAs, utility green procurement programmes or other schemes. There is no doubt that corporates are hungry for more renewable energy across the world.
Community wind farms has been a common practice in Europe, it is a type of financing for small scale wind farms. With Taiwan’s onshore wind potential and a government target of 1.2 GW, there is significant potential for wind development if community ownership can be introduced to the Taiwan market to engage citizenship participation and investment.
This half-day conference, on 26 April 2019, is designed to talk about the opportunities and challenges for Corporate Renewable Energy Sourcing and community ownership of wind farms in Taiwan and how the wind industry can take advantage of the financing potential of these trends. From business models for Corporate RE sourcing, to policies and legal barriers for each type of business models of corporate sourcing of RE and the Community ownership of wind farm – we will dive into how companies can be part of a new age of green financing in Taiwan.
This event follows GWEC’s Global Offshore Wind Summit : Taiwan which is taking place on the 24-25 April 2019. For more information about this event, visit the event website here.
Green Financing Taiwan (26 April 2019)
This ticket type provides access to the Green Financing seminar on 26 April. It includes conference material, and coffee break.
Dinner Banquet (25 April 2019)
This ticket gives you access to the Dinner Banquet for attendees of both the Global Offshore Wind Summit- Taiwan and Green Financing Taiwan.