This two-day comprehensive Master Class will provide attendees an immersion into non-standard hedge agreements, and the provisions and conceptualization vital to their use with battery storage, proxy generation, and affiliate swaps.
Attendees will be able to apply key concepts learned with an eye toward carrying that understanding forward to as-yet-unknown new use cases in the future. This prescient event, taught by active practitioners, will examine the complex tax rules for affiliate hedges, the methodology used for trade value in proxy generation instruments, and the utilization of hedges to enable battery storage companies’ access to parts of the market previously unreachable to them.
The Hedging for New Use Cases Master Class is your opportunity to learn the contractual frameworks involved in bespoke hedge agreements as cutting-edge financing for renewable energy projects, and gain a working understanding of how to use these structures and provisions for new use cases as they arise.
This intensive course will also delineate the interests, concerns and requirements of all participants in a hedge agreement negotiation and the entire discussion will be underpinned by contemporary real-world case studies to illustrate the details.
Live Office Hours
Hone Your Hedging Skills & Optimize Your Negotiation Strategies for New Use Cases -- including Battery Storage, Proxy Generation, Affiliate Hedging, and More
Live Q&A and discussion following each session
April 27, 2021 | 8:45 AM - 2:00 PM PDT
|Session 1: Applying the “Traditional” Hedge Model to Other Use Cases
|Session 2: Understanding & Using Proxy Generation Instruments
|Session 3: Defining Battery Storage Attributes for Hedging in ERCOT, CAISO & PJM
|Session 4: Hedging with Storage Case Study: Texas Battery Storage
|Session 5: Defining & Understanding the Use of Affiliate Hedges
|Session 6: Regulatory Considerations—Dodd Frank/FERC
|Session 7: Recap: Applying Key Concepts to Any New Use Case Negotiations
|Session 8: Office Hours: Interactive Live Zoom Session
Giji’s practice focuses on the development and finance of domestic and international energy projects.
He has extensive experience representing project sponsors through development (including through the negotiation and drafting of power purchase agreements and other long-term offtake agreements, physical and financial swaps, engineering, procurement and construction contracts, operation and maintenance agreements, management services agreements and site services agreements), acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures and financings. His representation has included transactions involving LNG facilities, methanol facilities, petrochemical refineries, carbon capture and sequestration facilities, natural gas processing and storage facilities, natural gas and CO2 pipelines, wind energy, solar energy, natural gas-fired peaking and combined-cycle power plants, thermal and battery energy storage, transportation, aviation and ports.
His prior experiences include a two year secondment to International Finance Corporation’s Office of General Counsel where he worked on multi-currency corporate financings, project financings and equity investments in infrastructure projects in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Panama, the Philippines, Romania, Russia, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan and Turkey.
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Nuanced, up-to-date, forward-looking, and contextually presented, the class expanded the depth of our firm’s competency for financial transactions.
- Greg Poulos, CEO, ArcVera Renewables
The Master Class was very efficient, educational, effective and productive, and I will do more of these regardless of if we are traveling and going to in-person events.
- Peter Blood, Founder and Managing Partner, CYCLE
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An application requesting MCLE credit for this Master Class is pending approval from the State Bar of California.