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Upcoming Events in Illinois

2 event(s).

Wind Project Development and Transactions

Date: 8/23/2016 to 8/24/2016

Location: Chicago, IL

Source: EUCI

Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago

This information was last updated on June 01, 2016

This program is designed to provide expert insight on the development market and tips for creating a bankable project for utilities, developers, and investors to take advantage of the quickly maturing wind market. It will explore the financial and valuation aspects of developing a cost-effective wind farm and relate those due diligence items to considerations for power and renewable energy credit purchase agreements, acquisitions, and other transactions. Both industry veterans and those new to the business will benefit from this instructional symposium, reviewing critical items for due diligence at the various stages of wind project development and evaluating potential exposures to unknown costs. It will also explore what elements wind asset sellers must address to attract the attention of renewable energy asset buyers and financial entities, providing specific guidance, metrics, and case studies for establishing a common denominator between the buyers and sellers to transact wind projects under various stages of development.

Transmission Expansion in the Midwest

Date: 10/25/2016 to 10/26/2016

Location: Chicago, IL

Source: EUCI

This information was last updated on August 22, 2016

Attendees for the Transmission Expansion in the Midwest forum will hear top executives from the area's RTOs, utilities, transmission developers, and state regulatory agencies discuss and debate the most critical issues surrounding transmission expansion in the Midwest region. Attendees can brainstorm with these thought leaders on how to address complex planning, siting, and market structure issues while balancing reliability, policy directives, and economic interests. Hear key project managers reveal the inside details of the most important transmission projects in the region in several case study sessions. Don't miss this opportunity to learn and network with the key players in the Midwest energy market.