IPA hold expert seminars on Project Finance and Power Purchase Agreements

Industrial and Power Association

Power Project Finance and Power Purchase Agreements are the two key topics in the next round of the regular marketing, networking and information seminars organised by the Industrial and Power Association (IPA) in association with Baker Tilly.

These are both being held in Edinburgh next week (see EVENTS for more details)

Jim Burberry and Kevin Meaney of  Baker Tilly will discuss the potential pitfalls seen in VAT, tax and accounts when investing in power schemes. 

This session will be tailored specifically to the organisations of delegates and show how accounts should be structured. They will also look at other areas including exit relief, funding structuring, business and risk analysis and financial modelling.

Also, Iain Robertson of SmartestEnergy will discuss Power Purchase Agreements and in particular how they will most likely work within EMR legislation.

SmartestEnergy’s experience of structuring PPA contracts to satisfy funding conditions and their strong working relationships with investors and project developers  makes them the ideal source of this information.

There will then be ample time for questions and answers. The event opens from 5:00pm and presentations start 5:30pm. Please go directly to the first floor venue at:

Baker Tilly Corporate Finance LLP

Quay 2
139 Fountainbridge

For more information, contact:

Hector Grant
Chief Executive 
Industrial and Power Association (IPA)
01355 272630

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