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Keynote session:

Identifying the role of energy services in achieving energy 20/20 targets


Chairman:

Jan W. Bleyl, Division Manager, IEA DSM Task XVI c/o Graz Energy
Agency, Austria




Session Overview


Understanding the macro market dynamics and drivers is integral. The keynote session
will provide key updates to the policies, directives and programmes designed to achieve
carbon savings. Understand what these governmental strategies mean for Energy Servi
ces
Businesses, and what role you can play to achieving targets.



The keynote panel discussion will question 'how will the Energy Efficiency Directive
stimulate Energy Efficiency Services', looking at the latest policies at an EU level. This
discussion wi
ll help you identify the future direction of your energy services business, and
understand the future landscape




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09:00
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09:30




Keynote Address

Driving policy that increases the uptake of building retrofits: creating a
blueprint for energy efficiency innovation



Strategies driving energy efficiency in London
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RE:Fit, London Green
Fund, LEEF programme and broaden 'greening'

initiativ
es



Real ROI and the energy efficiency business case: lowering energy costs,
ensuring supply security, generating jobs and ‘greening’ the London
散onomy

Kulveer Ranger, Director of Environment and Digital London, Greater London
Authority, UK





09:30
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10:00




Energy Efficiency & Decentralised Energy Commitments in the UK



Latest UK Policy Developments in Energy Efficiency and Decentralised
Energy



How can energy services business benefit from new policies?



The Energy Efficiency Business Case:


The UK Central Government 10%
Carbon Savings Programme


Miriam Maes, CEO, Foresee and

Advisor to the Energy Efficiency Deployment
Office in the UK Department for Energy and Climate Change, UK






10:00
-

10:30




Disseminating the Energy Efficiency Directive and the role of energy services
in achieving

20/20 targets



How do policy updates from the European Commission encourage ESCO
deployment?



The role of ESCO’s in achieving the 20/20 targets
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M
arc Ringel, Director General
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Energy efficiency & Intelligent Energy, European
Commission



10:30
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11:00




Morning Coffee





11:00
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11:20




New project funding opportunities supported by the Intelligent Energy Europe
(IEE) Programme

in the field of Energy Services



Find out more about the IEE Programme and its past activities in the field
of Energy Services



Understanding the new IEE funding priorities to boost the energy services
market and to make energy services accessible to small
end
-
consumers



Understanding how the IEE Programme can finance project development
assistance for the preparation, implementation and financing of sustainable
energy investment e.g. energy performance contracting

Timothée

Noël, Project Officer
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Unit 2
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Energy Efficiency, Executive Agency for
Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI), European Commission







11:20
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12:30




Keynote panel discussion

How will the Energy Efficiency Directive stimulate Energy Efficiency
Services?



Will the Energy Efficiency Directive boost the Energy Efficiency Service
market? Is this a positive or negative market development? What was
missing?



How is the ESCO market best stimulated
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carrot or stick?



What are the implications of the
current economic climate for ESCOs?



Review of other market drivers, opportunities and risks to be mitigated

Panelists:


Paolo Bertoldi, Action Leader, European Commission DG JRC, Italy


Michael Geissler, CEO, Berlin Energy Agency, Germany

Wolfgang Irrek,
Professor, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences HRW,
Germany

Miriam Maes, CEO,


Foresee and Associate to the Department for Energy and
Climate Change, UK


Frédéric Melchior, Director Governmental Relations, eu.ESCO

Marc Ringel, Director General
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Energy

efficiency & Intelligent Energy, European
Commission*





12:30
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14:00




Networking Lunch








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Session
1


Practical insights from customer experiences






Session overview


With more ESCO project case studies than any other conference, ESCO
Europe is your opportunity to

hear first hand what works.



This session has been designed for ESCOs to bring their 'customers' to
showcase their best projects. This unique case study structure will give you
insights from the building owners, so you can understand their experiences
through the ESCO process.

As an E
SCO

is a energy 'service' company, the
'service' performance and experience of customer is integral to project
success.

This is your opportunity to hear how some of Europe's best projects
were executed and to get some insights from the building owner into
their
experience, for you to integrate into your next project strategy.






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14:00
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14:30




Case Study:

ESCO roadmap: The RE:FIT
programme and building stock owner
experiences from

the University of London



An introduction to RE:FIT
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How does it work? What has been
achieved to date, and what is next?



Why ESCO and why RE:FIT? Understanding the University of
London’s energy efficiency

requirements



An introduction to RE:FIT Reflections from the University of
London
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project aims and deployment experiences


Ian Lane, Environmental Manager, University of London, UK

Virginie Caujolle
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Pradence, Project Manager
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Environment Team,
Greater Lond
on Authority, UK





14:30
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14:50




Case Study:



Bilbao Council
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a practical approach to implementing a energy
services contract



Introduction to the Bilbao Council energy services contract



Major energy saving and efficiency

measures implemented



Major Reflections on the project: the contract one year on

Rafael San Martín Madina
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Energy Services Manager, Ferrovial, Spain





14:50
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15:10




Case Study:


London’s Olympic District Heating network
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managing multiple
stakeholders





Overview of the London Olympic District heating scheme
delivering heat, power and cooling through biomass fired
boilers and CHP



Reflections on the operation, maintenance and management of
the London Olympic District system

Ruari Maybank, ODA
Utilities Project Sponsor, London 2012, UK



15:10
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15:30




Case Study:


Customer experiences
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HID technology for sustainable high bay and
outdoor lighting

delivering 30
-
65% energy savings and more…



The ‘comeback of HID technology’
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what makes
this
technology so attractive?



How can HID technology be optimized and what intelligent
control can further upgrade deployment



Case study: Sundwiger Messingwerke’s industrial lighting
retrofit with conventional 700W mercury vapor bulbs



Key results: 45% ene
rgy savings, better lighting and flexible
control

Robert Zewald, International Business Development Manager, Nedap
Lighting Controls, The Netherlands





15:30
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16:00




Afternoon Coffee





16:00
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16:20




Case Study:



International perspectives on

ESCO from California



The US model: Key lessons and applications for Europe



Implementation and financing experiences from


San Francisco
-
Bay area affordable multifamily retrofit pilot, Los Angeles
Housing Department (LAHD) multifamily retrofit pilot and
Sa
cramento Municipal utility district multifamily retrofit

Fran Hereth, Kango Development, USA





16:20
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16:40




Case Study:

ESCO as a driver towards Smart City



Grid Friendly energy service providers can embark on EPC and
in particular ESCO thereby
adding more value to their service



ESCO and spatial planning within a Smart City conceptual
framework is much more than GIS



Energy Efficiency Directive and EPC (ESCO) interdependent in
smart cities


it takes more money, but gives more for less

Martin Ande
rsen, EU Director, Kalundborg Smart City, Denmark





16:40
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17:00




Case study:



Evaluation of energy efficiency financing and structuring by the
Municipality of Gribskov



How is the Danish framework for financing, legislation and
building code in
regard to energy efficiency projects



Combining the Public
-
Private Partnership financing model with
an EPC



Overview of the municipalities rational for the project and
analysis of the financing agreement

Signe Fogtmann Sønderskov, Project Manager, Kuben Mana
gement,
Denmark

Representative from the Municipality of Gribskov, Denmark





17:00
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17:20




Case Study:


Oporto high
-
school: combining energy efficiency with decentralized
energy generation with CHP and Renewable Energy



Understanding the Portuguese
mini
-
generation framework and
the recent ESCO qualification scheme



How much energy we should use for the building and how
much energy we should export for the grid: the iMeter and
simulation tools



Understanding the challenges to implement a CHP system in a

school combined with solar thermal technology



Understanding the integrated energy contract: decentralized
energy generation + energy efficiency



A 1000 students high
-
school: opportunity to communicate the
new challenges for energy efficiency and Renewable
Energy



Other similar activities in UK, Spain, Portugal and Africa: the
opportunity to replicate lessons learned and build the "smart
city"

Miguel Matias, Vice President and Founder, Self Energy Group,
Portugal





17:20
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17:40




Panel discussion

Delivering for the building stock owners



Managing projects for customers from tender, procurement,
deployment to post deployment



Key reflections on the ESCO experience



Identifying future project optimisation

All session speakers








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Session
2


Good practice business models


Chairman:

Ivo Slavotineki, CEO, ENESA, Czech Republic




Session overview


Get leading perspectives into the best business models, how to developing
new profitable energy efficiency services

from results from the ChangeBest
projects. This session will highlight some new approaches and some new
energy efficiency services that you
can start to offer your projects, to generate
additional revenue, through a range of case studies from

Germany, France,
Denmark, Portugal and Spain.



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14:00
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14:30




From EES ideas to profitable business cases



Developing new and profitable energy efficiency services



Overview of newly developed and tested EES in the course of
the ChangeBest project



Main messages from selected business cases of new EES
tested in the course of ChangeBest

Wolfgang Irrek, Professor for Energy Management and Energy
Services at Ruhr West Uni
versity of Applied Sciences (HRW), Germany





14:30
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15:30




Learning from ChangeBest field tests of new profitable EES
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Renewed interest and good arguments of energy companies
entering the market and expanding their EES businesses



Marketing partial and full EES in mass markets
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Lokaenergi’s
strategic energy efficiency dialogue in Denmark


Erik Gudbjerg, Director, Lokalenergi, Denmark



Can white certificate schemes stimulate development and
marketing of EES in new market segments?



Act
ivities by EDF and co
-
operation partners in the French B2B
and B2C market


Paul Baudry, Senior Reseacher, EDF, France



The case of CMI Greenlines Europe: EES and engineering for
processing industry (SMI)

Christian Constant, CMI Greenline Europe





15:30
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16:00




Networking Coffee





16:00
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17:30




Learning from ChangeBest field tests of new profitable EES
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Chances for ESCOs with little experience



ESCOs with little experience only can develop profitable ESS


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Arquiservices’s

EES for replacement of
conventional lighting
by led in Portugal

Paula Fonseca, ISR
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University of Coimbra, Portugal



Do you always have to re
-
invent the wheel in the public
sector? A pilot project for 2,000 public ESCO tenders planned
by the Spanish Government
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Jose Antonio de
Lama, Director of Energy Services, CLECE, Spain



Overcoming financing problems for ESCO business in
comprehensive refurbishment of multifamily residential
buildings in Latvia
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Eric Berman, Chairman of the Board, RENESCO, Latvia






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Session
3


Identifying emerging ESCO markets and opportunities


Chairman:

Peter Hobson, Senior Banker, European Bank for
Reconstruction and
Development, UK




Session overview


This session is divided in two: providing you insights into new countries
where there are big opportunities for energy efficiency projects and
secondly,

the new strategy

opportunities for ESCOs that
can unlock new
revenue streams and deliver more for ESCO customers

Emerging ESCO markets

This session will provide you with an overview of the emerging ESCO
markets with a specific focus on Romania, Bulgaria, Russia, along with an
overview of the EEA count
ries and neighbouring countries. Understand the
investment needs and project requirements for the regions building stock,
highlighting the financing, technical and regulatory support programmes
opening these new markets and facilitating new opportunities f
or ESCOs

Identifying new ESCO opportunities

ESCOs are very good at deploying best practice EPC and ESC, but what else
can be integrated into agreements to drive additional value? Understand how
to integrate 'green building accreditations', 'Performance Bas
ed Maintenance'
best practice along with advanced EPC with the latest developments and
variations on the EPC model designed to address specific customer needs.
Understand how to integrate more into your agreements to generate
additional revenues and delive
r more for your customer.




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09:00
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09:30




European ESCO opportunities for 2012



What are the most important European and national policy


development affecting the ESCO market?



Which are the most dynamic ESCO market in Europe?



Which are the European countries which have the highest
potential for ESCOs?



What is required from policy make
rs to further expand the
ESCO markets?

Paolo Bertoldi, Action leader, European Commission DG JRC, Italy



09:30
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10:50




Mobilising private finance for ESCO projects in Bulgaria



ESCO and energy efficiency opportunities in Bulgaria



Project pipeline
and barriers or the wider adoption of ESCOs
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identifying the building stock and the business cases

Toivo Miller, Principal Product Development Manger, European Bank
for Reconstruction and Development, UK





09:50
-

10:10




Russia’s ESCO Opportunities:
Prospects and Barriers for energy
efficiency investments



Introducing the Russian ESCO market: development,
legislation, incentives and opportunities



Survey results: Russian ESCOs perceptions of financing,
market barriers and industry growth



Collaborative o
pportunities for Russian ESCOs, Foreign
Investors and international energy services business

Maria Garbuzova, Research Associate, Chair of Energy Economics and
Management,Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior
(FCN),


Rheinisch
-
Westfälisch
e





10:10
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10:30




Eco.AP Energy Efficiency project for public administration
buildings in Portugal

Alexandre Fernandes, General Manager,
ADENE, Portugal




10:30
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11:00




Morning Coffee





11:00
-

11:30




Integrating maintenance best
practice into EPV Contracts



The role and importance of maintenance in EPC contracts



"Performance based maintenance" (PBM) and "condition
scoring" according to Dutch best practice "NEN 2767"
standards



Case study: Fedimmo buildings in Belgium

Lieven
Vanstraelen, President,


BELESCO and co
-
CEO of EnergInvest,
Belgium





11:30
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12:00




Advanced EPC
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latest developments on the EPC model to address
specific customer needs





Developing and promoting advanced EPC models: new
contract constructions,
model documents, EPC helpdesks and
additional services to deliver quality
-
based products



Introduction to EPC plus, EPC light and Green EPC



How can advance EPC simplify deployment and maximise
project ROI

Susanne Berger, Division Manager, Berliner
Energieagentur, Germany



12:00
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12:30




Red Eléctric de España
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Utilities working with ESCOs to better
manage demand response



Understanding the demand cycle of the Spanish market



Identifying demand response action and initiatives



Outlining the role of ESCOs in demand aggregation and
transfer of consumption demand away from peak times.
How
to incentivise change?

Andrés Sainz Arroyo,Demand Strategist, Red Eléctric de España, Spain





12:30
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02:30




Networking Lunch








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Session
4


Strategy round tables: improving customer ROI and performance






Session overview


New for 2012, the
strategy roundtable session has been designed to allow
ESCO experts to discuss some core market challenges in depth, allowing
sufficient time for not just the challenges to be discussed, but the solutions to
be formulated. With 1hr 30 minutes dedicated for

these discussions, these
will be a unique opportunity to bring a depth to discussions, not normally
possible.




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09:00
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10:30




Roundtable 1

How to grow the Spanish ESCO market. Perspectives from a leading
ESCO association (ANESE)

The Spanish energy market presents huge potential for ESCOs. However,
getting the market moving is a real barrier. This sesison will highlight the
opport
unities that are presented by the Spanish market and outline how
ANESE and key market players are starting to increase the profile of
ESCO and EPC solutions.



Managing the Spanish energy market, legislation environment
and market opportunities






How ANESE st
imulates the Spanish ESCO market




The end of the game: energy efficiency country objectives

Roger Casellas, Vice
-
President, ANESE and Energy Efficiency Manager
at Schneider Electric Iberia, Spain



09:00
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10:30




Roundtable 2

Understanding the RE:Fit

contracting, structuring, negotiation
procedure and execution





10:30
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11:00




Morning Coffee





11:00
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12:30




Roundtable 3

Managing market developments and creating balance competitive
ESCO market structures





11:00
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12:30




Roundtable
4

Where can ESCOs improve?

Energy Performance Contracting is certainly one of the most attractive
approach to address the barriers related to the implementation of energy
efficiency projects. Still, the concept is sometimes not appreciated to its
real valu
e, and other times, it is perceive as a non interesting approach by
some energy end users. The presentation will focus on an inward look at
what ESCOs have been doing wrong in the past and what practices should
not be supported by the industry, in order to

eliminate some of the
negative aspects perceived by some stakeholders in the market


This session will address:



What have been the bad practices in the industry that are
undermining the development or the growth of the concept in
some countries



Is an ESCO

really a service provider or an turnkey project
entrepreneur



Is the use of stipulated savings a good or bad approach for the
industry



Should contract be for shorter or longer period of time

Pierre Langlois, Consultant, Econoler International, Canada








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Session
5


Securing finance and facilitating investment in energy efficiency






Session overview


This session is designed to give you an understanding of how to engage

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public and private capital to make your ESCO project a reality. With access
to 'cheap' capital being a major barrier for ESCO projects, this will be a
unique opportunity for you to enga
ge with financiers.


Hear updates into leading UK initiatives such as 'the green deal', the 'green
investment bank' and understand how these leading initiatives are designed
to stimulate the investment of private capital in energy efficiency.





14:30
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15:00




Ministerial Keynote

Stimulating investment in energy efficiency, energy retrofits and
the ESCO model



Overview of the UK’s commitments to tackle climate change
-

monetizing the mobilisation of the


‘green economy’



How will the Green Deal, the world’s first ‘Green Investment
Bank’ deliver change?



The role of private finance and ESCOs in delivering energy
ef
ficiency commitments

Gregory Barker, Minister of State, Department of Energy and Climate
Change, UK





15:00
-

15:30




UK Public Sector Accounting and Budgeting Rules and
Application to Energy Efficiency Investments



Summary of relevant UK public sector

budgeting and
accounting principles



Implications of these principles for structuring proposed
investments

Peter Dymoke, Senior Manager
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Government and Public Sector
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Structuring and Technical Accounting, PWC, UK





15:30
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16:00




Networking Coffee





16:00
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16:15




Managing the implementation of the ELENA fund



Experiences with Milano, London and Paris
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how to
streamline delivery
-

actions and lessons from these
deployments



Future EIB strategies to increase the update of the ESCO
model and deliver

increased energy efficiency

Ralf Goldmann, Senior Engineer, Energy Efficiency and Renewable
Energy Division, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg*





16:15
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16:30




EBRD programmes, funds and financial mechanisms



Reflecting on the EBRD ESCO
programmes in its countries
of operation



Future actions and incentives to drive increased ESCO and
Energy efficiency deployments



Toivo Miller, Principal Product Development Manger, European
Bank for Reconstruction and

Development, UK




16:30
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17:30




Finance Panel discussion

How can ESCO’s position themselves for a wider variety of
financing options



Investor appetite for ESCO projects




What are the acceptable risk dynamics? What are you looking
for?



Under what conditions are you looking to invest?
Deal size?
Management requirements? Other metrics?



What influence does the current market dynamics have on
potential ESCO investment



What are the key lessons from the financing success of
infrastructure funds, PPPs, Sustainable funds and renewable
funds?



How can ESCOs better position themselves amoungst these
products



How can ESCOs best market their debt

Panelists

Miriam Maes, CEO,


Foresee and Associate to the Department for
Energy and Climate Change, UK

Richard Nourse, CEO, Novusmodus, UK

Mark Cumbo, Sen
ior Manager
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Build Environment Team, The Co
-
operative Bank, UK

Jon Miles, Director
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Sustainable Energy Finance, RBS, UK

Steven Fawkes, Partner, Corporate Finance, Matrix, UK

Randall Bowie, Chief Consultant Standards, Codes, Regulation,
Group Corporate Aff
airs, Rockwool International, Denmark








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