Seminar - Renewable Energy Investment Analysis Using RETScreen - Clarke Energy Institute, Barbados, Caribbean

Clarke Energy Institute invites you to a public Seminar on Renewable
Energy Investment Analysis using RETScreen on 11 October 2011 at the
Courtyard by Marriot, Barbados.
Register at
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RETScreen is powerful clean energy project analysis Excel spreadsheet
software developed by the Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), Government
of Canada. It is widely used having been downloaded free of cost from
the RETScreen website by more than 215,000 users in 222 countries and
territories, and is available in 35 languages. Goto
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and register and download the software to your laptop.
This seminar will give a hands-on introduction to the analytical
methods employed by the recent software RETScreen Version 4 , as well
as its resource and product databases, and UNFCCC carbon baselines.
Analysis methods include energy systems, financial (NPV, ROR, IRR,
DSCR, etc.), economic, risk and sensitivity, and greenhouse gas (GHG)
analysis.
This seminar targets professionals involved in project finance and
funding, investments, insurance, accounting, project due diligence,
project appraisal, carbon trading and the clean development mechanism
(CDM), venture capital, private equity, pre-feasibility and
feasibility studies, consulting, etc. The seminar will also provide an
introduction to the principles of solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind
energy technologies for residences and small commercial and industrial
customers.
At the end of the seminar, participants will be able to review and
build their own investment analysis models which would enable them to
conduct professional due diligence analysis for their clients.
There will be a display of solar PV technology and other energy
equipment.
The instructor is Dr. Roland Clarke who recently conducted in-house
workshops for the World Bank in Washington DC, Hanoi in Vietnam,
Manila in the Philippines and Jakarta in Indonesia. He also conducted
an in-house workshop at the Energy Research Institute, Beijing =96 China
on the behalf of the World Bank.
Kindly share this announcement with your network.
Regards
Roland Clarke PhD
Clarke Energy Institute
Barbados
246 255 5091 W
617 313 6643 USA/Bdos
Skype - clarkeroland
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