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  • IBC ENERGY

    18 - 21 AUGUST 2014 Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

    Produced by:

    International Marketing Partner:

    Energy

    SOLAR POWER STAKEHOLDERS Fuadi Nasution Senior Analyst, New and Renewable Energy Business Development, PT Pertamina, Indonesia

    Winner Sianipar Senior Engineer of Renewable Energy Division, PT PLN, Indonesia

    Edgare Kerkwijk Managing Director, Asia Green Capital Singapore Pte Ltd, Indonesia

    Jose Maria P. Zabaleta, Jr. President, San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (Sacasol), Philippines

    Tetchie Cruz-Capellan President, The Philippine Solar Power Alliance, Philippines

    Ruth P. Briones Chairman / CEO, Greeenergy Solutions Inc., Philippines

    Vic Kichodhan Chief Technical Officer, Thai Solar Energy Public Co. Ltd., Thailand

    Mike Vukelic Managing Director, Soleq, Thailand

    Get to know the solar resources, government incentives and licensing authorities in Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Japan and Myanmar

    Discuss the next solar energy investment destination

    Understand how the Public-Private Partnership Scheme affects solar power investment

    Learn from Pertamina on how to establish an integrated PV business model Learn about solar project finance options Get updated on the most advanced solar energy trends – offshore solar, hybrid solar and distributed power generation Micro grids and the smart future – Solar for community based power generation Network with project owners and investors from the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand

    TOP 8 REASONS TO ATTEND

    PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Legal Frameworks & Solar Investment in ASEAN POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Solar Project Finance and Risk Management

    Regulatory Updates From:

    Thailand Philippines Japan Indonesia Myanmar

    In-depth Workshops

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    Commercialising Solar Power in Asia

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    CONFERENCE DAY ONE 19 AUGUST 2014 | TUESDAY

    8:00 Registration & Morning Tea

    8:50 Welcome from IBC Asia & Speed Networking Cherrie He, Conference Producer, IBC Asia, Singapore

    9:00 Chairman’s Remarks Ulrich Eder, Managing Director, PUGNATORIUS, Thailand

    REGULATION AND SOLAR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN ASIA

    9:10 Thailand’s Photovoltaic Support Programme and Its Increasing Renewable Energy Targets • Solar energy potential in Thailand and new targets within

    the alternative energy development plan • New policies on the road: Solar rooftop programme and

    implementation of community-based solar programme • Thailand’s energy price, feed-in tariffs for solar power and

    the future directions • Solar power project application process and the approval

    regulatory bodies

    9:50 Successfully Doing Business in Philippines’ Solar Energy Sector • Philippine government’s solar energy plans • Current and potential solar power projects in the Philippines • Energy rates, feed-in-tariff, tax credit and net metering law

    in the Philippines • Solar generation and investment returns in the Philippines • Outlining the project application process to secure approval Tetchie Cruz-Capellan, President, The Philippine Solar Power Alliance, Philippines

    10:30 Morning Refreshment Break

    11:00 Solar Investment Opportunities in Japan • Japanese solar market situation and outlook • Feed-in tariffs and other conditions regarding renewable

    energy in Japan • Legal and other considerations to invest in Japan, issues

    to overcome • Japan’s offshore power plants and other future trends • Renewable energy, infrastructure and smart grid initiatives

    in Japan Gerhard Fasol, CEO, Eurotechnology Japan KK, Japan

    11:40 Indonesia Solar PV Market: An Overview of Current Developments in Indonesia • The government policy for solar PV and the available

    incentives • First results from the government solar PV IPP tenders • Challenges for solar PV IPPs • Other solar PV opportunities in Indonesia Edgare Kerkwijk, Managing Director, Asia Green Capital Singapore Pte Ltd, Indonesia

    12:20 Networking Lunch

    1:50 The Next Solar Energy Investment Destination • Success factors of established solar energy destinations • The newcomers: Follow the leaders or pave new ways? • Public-Private Partnership schemes for solar power

    generation • Myanmar and Indonesia: Ready for the limelight? Ulrich Eder, Managing Director, PUGNATORIUS, Thailand Tetchie Cruz-Capellan, President, The Philippine Solar Power Alliance, Philippines Edgare Kerkwijk, Managing Director, Asia Green Capital Singapore Pte Ltd, Indonesia

    DEVELOPING AN INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) INDUSTRY

    2:40 Petamina’s Integrated PV Business Model • Reviewing Pertamina’s solar and energy roadmap • Progress with Pertamina’s PV cell manufacturing plant • Pertamina’s latest initiatives in establishing an integrated

    PV industry in Indonesia Fuadi Nasution, Senior Analyst, New and Renewable Energy Business Development Manager, PT Pertamina, Indonesia

    3:10 Afternoon Refreshment Break

    UTILITY SCALE SOLAR FARM DEVELOPMENT & OPERATION

    3:40 Developing the Largest Solar Farm in the Philippines • Pre-development procedures: find reliable power

    purchasers; determine the pre-feasibility and expected output; obtain all licenses like PPA, grid connection and other local licenses; secure the land

    • Project implementation: select the most efficient technology for the chosen location; find a reliable turn-key contractor; secure agreements to meet all O&M needs

    • Project finance • Connect the system to the grid Jose Maria P. Zabaleta, Jr., President, San Carlos Solar Energy Inc. (Sacasol), Philippines

    4:10 Thai Solar Energy’s (TSE) Contractor Selection Strategy during Development, Operations and Maintenance • TSE’s history of developing, building and operating a solar

    thermal power plant • Recent projects – building 10 solar PV power plants • EPC selection for both the solar thermal and solar PV plants • Lesson learned from the development of those projects

    from conception, construction to operations and maintenance

    Vic Kichodhan, Chief Technical Officer, Thai Solar Energy Public Co. Ltd., Thailand

    4:40 Cheap Solar Power for Utilities: Capital Costs are Key Moritz Nicolai Sticher, Managing Director Asia, Quast Nahrath GmbH, Germany

    5:10 Practical Experience and Cost of Building a Utility Scale PV Project in Indonesia • Practical experience in building a solar project in Indonesia • The associated investment, operation and maintenance

    costs • Cost of energy in Indonesia in 2014 • What returns are feasible? Winner Sianipar, Senior Engineer of Renewable Energy Division, PT PLN, Indonesia

    5:40 End of Conference Day 1

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    CONFERENCE DAY TWO 20 AUGUST 2014 | WEDNESDAY

    8:30 Morning Networking & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman’s Remarks Ruth P. Briones, Chairman/CEO, Greeenergy Solutions Inc., Philippines

    SOLAR PROJECT FINANCE AND RISK MITIGATION

    9:10 Carbon Finance Strategies for IPPs • Carbon finance for renewables in Asia • Existing and future carbon markets • Opportunities and challenges for attracting carbon finance

    for solar PV projects • Status of the CDM project in Thailand • Project approval in Thailand Prasertsuk Chamornmarn, Executive Director, Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization, Designated National Authority, Thailand

    9:50 Removing the Barriers to Financing Solar Power Projects • Opportunities and challenges for banks to invest in the

    industry in the long-term • How can companies and projects be more bankable? • Current loan decision-making process in the market • How can renewable companies and projects overcome

    capital constraints? • Future initiatives to increase private sector participation Jonathan Naimon, Founder & Managing Partner, Light Green Advisors, USA

    10:30 Morning Refreshment Break

    11:00 Key Risk Factors and Mitigation Strategies for Solar Projects in Asia – How to reduce risks and make projects more attractive to investors? • Overcoming financial challenges: Bank’s limited experience

    in solar power debt financing, the availability of funds for solar energy deployment in Asia; special country related documentation; limited amount of equity investors for solar power projects in Asia

    • Overcoming regulatory challenges: Local content and local supplier protection and risks associated with sudden changes in subsidy policies

    • Overcoming technical challenges: special component certification; requirements by the local authorities; grid- connection related problems; component supply shortages

    Mike Vukelic, Managing Director, Soleq, Thailand Sungwoo Yang, Vice President, Equis Fund Group, Singapore Saud Siddique, Founder, Odyssey Capital, Singapore

    OFFSHORE SOLAR POWER PLANTS AND FLOATING SOLUTIONS

    12:00 Tata-Sunengy’s Floating Solar Power Plant in India • Introduction of liquid solar array: the technology and

    function • Viability and implementation of floating solar plants • Tata’s floating solar power plant case study

    12:40 Networking Lunc