Advanced Power Purchase Agreement Excellence 2017Date: 20th to 22nd March 2017, Dubai


Driven by energy policy and regulation, the global power markets are undergoing profound change with significant price risks emerging. The negotiation of a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is therefore the most crucial element in the investment process. Negotiating a successful PPA is the only way that stake-holders and buyers can negotiate a legal framework to support a commercial return and mitigate the significant risks of the global power market.

Led by an accomplished practitioner with over thirty years of experience in the power sector, you will become a PPA negotiation expert and return with a tool box of expert briefings, projections and checklists covering all aspects of the many facets of the PPA process. It will lead you through all forms of energy risk that the PPA mitigates from market, through credit, liquidity, operational with a particular focus on regulatory risks in the key power markets globally. At the end of this course you will be able to negotiate a contract or review a PPA and know if it meets your assets needs.


  • Have better understanding of the roles played by various stakeholders in the PPA – developers, utilities, governments, manufacturers, construction companies, financial institutions, and the public
  • Understand important contractual terms in specific detail to assist in development of future contracts or execution of existing contracts
  • Explore the similarities and differences among various alternative forms of PPA
  • See how risks are allocated among the participants in the PPA, the role of insurance in mitigating some of those risks, and the role of PPA terms in assigning risks to stakeholders
  • Examine how the PPA framework leads to better construction terms and execution
  • Gain appreciation for contract management and execution in the wholesale power sector

Who Should Attend

CEO, CFO, COO, Directors, and Division Heads, General Managers, Senior Managers, Managers, Analyst and Engineers of the following departments:

  • Commercial
  • Finance
  • Planning
  • Plants
  • Contracts
  • Procurement
  • Projects
  • Legal
  • Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Technical
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Power Grids, Transmission & Distribution
  • Project Finance
  • Infrastructure
  • Utility




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