Our clean energy foundation course provides an overview of some of the typical issues which might be encountered during the project life-cycle.
We take a look at some of the key consideration in real estate, planning, commercial, construction, corporate and funding, and address some specific jurisdictional issues.
We also take a look some of the trends driving the UK-wide clean energy market as well as discuss the technologies which are specifically influencing the Northern Ireland and Scotland clean energy markets.
In addition, we feature a series of guest blogs with industry leaders from organisations such as Aldersgate Group, Cornwall Insight and JLL which cover a range of topics such as decarbonising mobility after Covid-19, Green finance – addressing the investment challenge, the role clean energy generation will play in driving the transition to net zero and a look at investment trends.
In this session we look at some of the market trends which are driving the clean energy sector before moving on to look at some of the key legal considerations from a real estate and planning perspective.
In this session we talk about some of the issues you might encounter when looking ahead to the operational phase of a renewable energy project and, in particular, considering what kinds of revenue the project might be able to generate.
In this session we look at some of the construction, operational and maintenance issues which you might encounter during a clean energy project
In this session we look at some of different equity and debt funding routes for clean energy projects. We discuss some of the key considerations that developers need to be aware of when looking for funding, the importance of good due diligence and the impact market reputation can have when accessing funding.
In this session we look at some of the trends driving the Scottish clean energy market including wind. energy storage, pumped storage and hydrogen, and discuss the outlook for the market over the coming months. We then turn to look at some of the specific jurisdictional planning issues which need to be considered when developing a project.
In this session we look at some of the market trends which are driving the Northern Ireland market, what the investment landscape looks like, and consider some of the key real estate and planning jurisdictional differences which you may encounter on a project.
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