How to get Renewable energy projects financed

How to get Renewable energy projects financed

Renewable energies in Germany, a major branch of industry and an engine for Innovation, growth and employment. But not only in Germany: in the World you encounter as an Alternative to nuclear power and fossil fuels. However, as such, very different projects can be funded? In the “Handbook of financing of Renewable energy projects,” give the publisher Carsten Herbes and Christian Friege an Overview of the different forms of financing for Renewable energy projects and also on the risks.

Wie man Erneuerbare-Energie-Projekte am besten finanziertThus, the Band shapes provides readers with assistance in the pre-selection of suitable financing, as well as in the specific Risk identification and assessment. Numerous checklists and practical examples to illustrate the material. The modular structure, a Glossary and an index make for quick, easy access to individual content is possible. The extensive topics range will be covered by expert authors from companies in the Renewable energy sector, from banks and insurance companies, as well as from science and research.

The book is aimed at practitioners in companies in the renewable energy sector, in public utilities, banks and insurance companies. However, it is also suitable for students of energy Economics and Renewable energies.

About the authors:

Prof. Dr. Carsten Herbes is a Professor at the HfWU Nürtingen-Geislingen, and the managing Director of the Institute for International Research on Sustainable Management and Renewable Energy (ISR). Previously many years as a project Manager at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and the Board of NAWARO BioEnergie AG.

Dr. Christian Friege has been an independent business consultant and lecturer at the University for Economics and environment in Nürtingen-Geislingen. Until 2012 he was Chairman of the Board, lichtblick AG, and previously a member of the Executive Board of debitel AG. He started his career in Bertelsmann group and was there for many years as a managing Director in the USA and in the UK.