[Webinar] Business Valuation - Sustainable Energy Build-Operate-Transfer Projects in Greater China
Green and sustainable energy initiatives are strongly supported by the Hong Kong and Mainland China governments. The Hong Kong government has announced its climate action plan to increase the reliance on sustainable energy for achieving carbon net-zero by 2050. The business of sustainable energy projects is usually granted in the form of a build-operate-transfer (BOT) contract.
In this webinar, we will look into the sustainable energy BOT projects in greater China, and will discuss the methodology, characteristics and key parameters in valuing such projects.
By the end of the webinar, participants will:
- understand how sustainable energy projects be funded and operated via BOT contract
- aware of the market landscape of sustainable energy project financing in greater China
- explore the valuation methodology for sustainable energy BOT projects
- What is sustainable energy and a BOT contract?
- What is the market landscape/outlook and current government’s net-zero strategy and support for sustainable energy project financing in greater China?
- How do sustainable energy projects earn profit?
- What are the factors and risks to consider in valuing sustainable energy projects?
- What is the policy in China on sustainable energy?
Who should attend
The webinar is primarily targeted at corporate finance professionals, financial officials and investment professionals who are interested in understanding sustainable energy projects.
With more than 15 years of experience in the business valuation and advisory, Jazz has extensive valuation experience in various industries such as property development, hotel, oil and gas, software, hospitality, casino, publishing, metal and mining, food and beverage, electronics, telecommunication, automobile, Internet, infrastructure, pharmaceutical, entertainment, petrochemical, ship building, environment protection and others.
Jazz graduated from the University of London with a law degree and received a Master of Business Administration from the Simon Fraser University.