ENERGY STORAGE INVESTMENT ANALYSIS 101 WORKSHOP

 

Date: Wednesday 19 September | Time: 14:30-18:00 | Location: Garuda 10A

 

Pragmatic half-day training session on energy storage applications in Southeast Asia, built around an interactive investment analysis simulation

OVERVIEW

Energy storage has become one of the most exciting new business opportunities in the energy sector.  Cost reductions in battery technologies are increasingly enabling storage to serve as the missing link that could allow economies to increase dependence on renewable energy as a basic source of power.  They also provide value in a range of other ways.

TLG will be organizing a half-day customized energy storage workshop at Power Gen Asia that is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and capabilities to understand and make informed decisions regarding potential energy storage investment or development opportunities.

Energy Storage Investment Analysis 101 is a continuation of a series of investment analysis workshops conducted at POWER-GEN Asia on solar PV; project finance in conventional and RE projects; and energy storage in 2015, 2016, and 2017. The content and structure are designed to be pragmatic and useful with a skills-based approach.  It will focus on Southeast Asia region and explore the most promising regional business models.

THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE TO ATTEND FOR REGISTERED 2018 CONFERENCE DELEGATES BUT PRE-REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP IS REQUESTED

Please register to attend the conference online and then contact Samantha Malcolm, Senior Conference Manager, on samantham@pennwell.com in order to secure a place at this Workshop. Space is limited.

WORKSHOP FORMAT

The workshop is a pragmatic half-day event that builds knowledge and skills related to project-level energy storage analysis.  The It consists of:

•    Expert speaker introduction to key topics important to energy storage investment analysis in Southeast Asia

•    Investment analysis simulation in groups using a battery storage case study, an Excel-based financial model and an investment analysis exercise

INVESTMENT CASE STUDIES

Groups of 5-7 will work together on a simulation of an investment analysis for energy management in a industrial facility in the Philippines. Groups will conduct analysis of the cases and make investment recommendations. Participants leave with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform basic energy storage investment analysis.

Energy management in an industrial facility
The Investment case study will involve a decision by a Philippines manufacturer that is evaluating installation of roof top solar PV and/or battery storage


For the full Energy Storage Investment Analysis 101 Workshop Document (PDF) please CLICK HERE

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

14:30

Workshop Introduction

14:45



 

Energy Storage Overview and Applications
• Energy storage industry update
• Drivers of commercial viability
• Energy storage applications and business models – focus on C&I segment
• A peek at the ASEAN markets

15:45

Introduction to the Case Study and Model

16:00

Networking Coffee break

16:30

Group work on Case Study – Energy storage investment analysis simulation

17:30
 

Group reporting
Conclusions and lessons

PROGRAM PRESENTERS

   

Jack Kneeland 
Senior Advisor
E: jkneeland@lantaugroup.com

   

Jan Stempien
Consultant
E: jstempien@lantaugroup.com

   

Chris Starling
Manager
E: cstarling@lantaugroup.com

   

Michael Matsamura
Manager
E: mmatsamura@lantaugroup.com

   

Hari Malamakkavu Padinjare Variam
Consultant
E: hmp@lantaugroup.com

WHY THIS WORKSHOP

This workshop focuses on key challenges facing anyone who is interested in exploring projects related to Energy Storage technologies – focusing on Southeast Asia.

It will examine a selection of common and challenging questions, such as: what are the risks involved in storage business models and how these can be measured and quantified.  What are the key value drivers for storage business models?

Groupwork in the investment simulation session will provide practical experience in analyzing and optimizing a C&I solar and storage investment prospect.  This will be a unique opportunity for interactive development of scenarios and collective evaluation of results.

The content and structure are designed to be pragmatic and useful -  with an emphasis on a skills-based approach.  Participants are expected to leave the workshop with a well-rounded understanding of core elements of an energy storage investment analysis.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This workshop is designed in a way to cater to the widest possible audience.  We believe that the workshop will provide valuable takeaways for:

•    Developers
•    Owners
•    Investors
•    Regulators
•    Suppliers
•    Policy Analysts
•    Business Analysts
•    Economists
•    Business Development Managers
•    Commercial Manager
•    Finance Manager
•    Consultant
•    Project Manager/Engineer