Optimizing Renewable Supply Chains - Presented by Infocast
  • Gain a Deep Understanding of the Emerging Issues Affecting Sourcing Strategies, and How to Use Best-in-Class Techniques to Reduce Financial and Schedule Risks

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MASTER CLASS OVERVIEW

 

With annual installed capacity of wind and solar projected to double within four years, the battle to reduce supply chain costs and risks becomes ever fiercer. Tariffs, regulations on equipment imports, increased ESG demands by investors and the prolonged economic downturn resulting from the pandemic have increased the complexity of forming effective supply chain strategies.

At the same time, in an increasingly competitive business climate the success or failure of projects rides on achieving substantial reductions in risks and costs by better negotiating supply and EPC agreements while mitigating supply chain risks. Only those with a firm grasp of emerging risks, sourcing strategies and contracting methods will be able to minimize costs and the potential for delays.

The Optimizing Renewable Supply Chains Master Class will provide a deep understanding of how to handle the emerging issues affecting sourcing strategies today, and to utilize best-in-class tools and techniques to reduce financial and schedule risks. A panel of renewable supply chain experts will examine how to handle national security and international trade concerns, technology risks, supply and shipping constraints and the special issues associated with offshore wind projects in supply chain planning. They will then explore how to improve the “nuts and bolts” of managing sourcing, including the latest in negotiating supply and EPC agreements, using warranties and insurance to limit risks, and accrediting supply chains in order to access cheaper financing via green bonds and other ESG investment vehicles.

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April 16, 2021

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MASTER CLASS FEATURES

 

Relevant & Timely Content: 9+ hours of in-depth, highly-relevant content and interactive learning conducted by a knowledgeable and respected industry leader as your class instructor. Bring your toughest problems for expert advice!

Competitive Advantage: Get tangible outcomes for immediate use and application!

  • Get the latest update on how Executive Orders, international trade and CFIUS issues will impact sourcing going forward
  • Assess the current status and outlook for supply chain, manufacturing and inventory finance
  • Evaluate supply chain and procurement strategies, sourcing techniques and EPC contracting methods to reduce schedule and performance risks
  • Learn how unique supply chain challenges could affect offshore wind projects

Live Discussion and Q&A

  • Engaging and in-depth live discussion and Q&A following each session
  • Real-time interaction with Instructors to get your most pressing questions answered

On-Demand Access

  • Attend remotely from wherever you are – from home or at the office
  • Unlimited access to all exclusive class recordings, content and materials for 30 days

Direct Connection

  • Receive personal attention from the class Instructors for questions unique to you
  • Connect with Instructors and other attendees to expand your professional network

Class Takeaways

The curriculum has been designed to allow professionals to fully grasp today’s most important topics, including:

  • Assessing where potential delays might arise in the current environment
  • How to use warranties and insurance to manage schedule and performance risks
  • How to build a resilient supply chain and adapting to climate challenges and ESG-related investor requirements
  • Adapting to climate challenges and ESG-related investor requirements

Mike Corso

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Chester Klotz

Chester is corporate counsel for McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., focusing on renewable energy markets. He has served in a variety of legal roles for different segments of the international and domestic renewable energy industry, including developers, asset managers and EPC contractors.


Jay Goldin

Jay Goldin is the Vice President of Green Tech Solutions for Munich Re America. In this role, he works with energy system manufacturers, developers and financiers to support solar, wind, energy storage and circular economy project development. Prior to Munich Re, Jay led business development at Enphase Energy and received his MBA and AB from Stanford University. LinkedIn


Mélanie Bruneau

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Vinayak Gupta

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Anthony Nolan

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Steven Hill

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Elias Hinckley

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David Yang

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