Finance & Contract Analysis for Independent Power Projects (IPPs)

Description

This intensive, hands-on course will provide a comprehensive analysis of issues associated with independent electric power projects ranging from economic analysis of PPA contracts to financial modelling of projects.

In working through analysis of projects, a mixture of case studies, lectures and analytical exercise will be used to evaluate electricity price forecasts, debt structuring, technology choice, cost of capital, and architecture of financial models.

The course will feature:

  • Understand the objectives, theory, public policy and nuances of risk allocation between investor and off-taker for availability, heat rate, commissioning delay, operating costs, fuel prices, construction expenditures and capacity factor.
  • Learn the importance of debt structuring in measuring project risk and measuring project value and the effect of different financing structures on PPA bidding strategies through computing required PPA prices in financial models to meet IRR and DSCR targets.
  • Create flexible and transparent financial models of independent power projects from A-Z that incorporate availability risk; heat rate risk, operating cost risks, financing structure, tax treatments, alternative pricing policies and other factors.
  • Prepare economic analysis that evaluates tradeoffs between penalty provisions and PPA costs such as increasing availability penalty relative to required operation and maintenance costs as well as evaluation of PPA tariffs relative to the long-run marginal cost of electricity.
  • Measure and evaluate changes in the risk of projects over different stages of the project and how equity returns and asset value change if purchases and sales occur at different phases of a project's life.
  • Learn practical tools to analyse details of power projects including efficient tools to work with supply and demand data; creating flexible scenario and sensitivity analysis to evaluate efficiency and availability risk, construction risk, O&M risk and debt structuring; developing techniques to resolve circular references related to funding debt and sculpting debt without copy and paste macros.
  • Work through implementation of risk allocation in PPA tariff design and evaluation of off-taker risk and off-taker financial analysis.

Further information

Euromoney Learning
Provider:
Euromoney Learning
Duration:
4 Days
Locations:
Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dubai, Geneva, Hong Kong, Istanbul, London, Miami, Miami Beach, Florida, Milan, New York, Paris, Paris , Riyadh, Sentul City, Singapore

Contact Information

Euromoney Learning

4 Bouverie Street
London
EC4Y 8AX

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