Project Finance: Sectors
In this series of Industry Insights we have invited sector experts from within the Project Finance arena to discuss some of the particular issues and challenges in their chosen field.
In this interview Robert-Jan Bakker of Deloitte gives an overview of what’s happening in the European renewables sector from a commercial and funding perspective touching on issues ranging from country and tariff risk to new producers and the relative risks of PV and wind options.WATCH THIS INSIGHT »
Rutger te Grotenhuis and Steven Steppe of RebelGroup explain how the PPP market in Belgium and the Netherlands has evolved, the key government drivers and the state of the current PPP project pipeline.WATCH THIS INSIGHT »
David Sugrue of Borrego Solar Systems describes the risks associated with the solar energy market and talks about how solar projects are funded, with particular focus on the US regulatory regime. David also explains why solar is an ideal source of energy for buildings as diverse as schools and Apple’s datafarms.WATCH THIS INSIGHT »
Stephen Crane has 25 years’ experience in structured and project finance gained at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, RBS and Deutsche Bank in the infrastructure, energy, natural resources, transportation, power and renewables sectors. Now Senior Adviser to the UK Green Investment Bank, Stephen shares his views on the funding challenges facing the offshore wind industry.WATCH THIS INSIGHT »
Jonathan Pearson is a Director at Finnamore, the UK’s largest independent health and well-being consultancy. Here, Jonathan explains the dual role of the new AHSNs in both reducing the running costs of the NHS and actually generating wealth for the UK by channelling the extensive resources of the NHS into commercial enterprises.WATCH THIS INSIGHT »
Here, Robert Thorp talks about the pressures on the National Health Service and the discrepancy between the growth of demand and the size of its budgets. He explains how a FAST approach allows Finnamore to build models that can deal with the complexity of the NHS’s increasingly diverse range of services and the costs associated with them.WATCH THIS INSIGHT »