With an expected agreement at the United Nations Conference in Paris this month to decide on future energy policy, it is vital for professionals to be aware of the latest changes in government regulations in order to take a competitive advantage into the start of 2016.
Business Opportunities for 2016 and Beyond
The fast pace of the Energy sector requires professionals within and affiliated to the industry to keep up to date with the latest opportunities for investment and financing, along with the available support schemes for upcoming renewable energy projects. Regarding such investments, decision-makers require the knowledge to be able to make informed and unbiased decisions, to evaluate the benefits of investment in the long term.
This includes knowledge of the following current issues in the domestic and international markets:
In order to provide professionals with the required knowledge for successful operation within the Renewable Energy Industry, the European Energy Centre (EEC) has thoroughly revised the upcoming educational seminars taking place at the University of London, to take account of the changes in the UK, EU and UN support policies and to analyse the business opportunities for 2016 and beyond.
The upcoming Renewable Energy Management and Finance course (21 - 22 January, University of London) will therefore equip professionals with the latest information on CfDs and financing to allow them to continue to participate successfully in the renewables industry, both in the UK market and internationally.
As a leading provider of educational and support services for renewable energy, energy efficiency and the environment, the European Energy Centre (EEC) aims to remain one step ahead of regulatory and market changes to allow delegates the maximum opportunity to advance in the sector.
The EEC is an independent educational body which has been in operation since 1975. The EEC promotes best practice in renewable energy and energy efficiency through training courses and conferences with the United Nations (UNEP), intergovernmental organisations and 21 universities across Europe.
For more information: European Energy Centre (EEC)