Dates:August 7 - 11, 2017
Location: Washington, DC
The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, A Tetra Tech Company (IP3), offers this new course to provide participants with a detailed understanding of the concepts, tools, options, and techniques of promoting Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in the energy sector. Participants will improve their understanding and capability in performing program and project analysis, and will learn policy, technical, and management techniques to effectively plan, tender, finance, and regulate IPPs. Moreover, participants will be exposed to international best practices in structuring and financing IPP projects through meetings and site visits with U.S. industry experts.
This course contains five modules that will be covered over a two-week period. Participants will be responsible for attending all presentations and site visits, actively participating in discussions, case studies, and group exercises, and complete a strategic Action Plan to implement upon their return to their organization.
- Learning why IPPs can accelerate energy production and efficiency.
- Developing a national IPP program.
- Analyzing the key elements of the policy, legal, institutional and regulatory framework for IPPs.
- Applying project structuring methods for successful IPP transactions.
- Developing the methodology for planning and implementing IPPs.
- Learning what types of renewable energy projects and clean technologies are appropriate for IPPs.
- Communicating with consumers and stakeholders on IPP projects.
- Developing your own IPP structuring and financing action plan for your utility, ministry or local government.