3-4 May 2023
Türkiye Energy & Infrastructure Project Finance Forum
PROJECT FINANCE REVIEW – 2022 RECAP, OUTLOOK FOR 2023 & BEYOND
TRENDS AND COMMON CHALLENGES IN INFRA
MULTILATERAL, ECA, DEVELOPMENT FINANCE INSTITUTIONS AND SUPPORTED FUNDING TRENDS
FUELING THE ENERGY TRANSITION: NEW TECHNOLOGIES & FINANCING MECHANISM
FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE, ENERGY TRANSITION AND SUSTAINABILITY
MUNICIPAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE IN TÜRKIYE
DEMAND AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ROADS, RAILS, PORTS
TRANSPORT ELECTRIFICATION – INVESTING IN AND CAPITALISING ON EV INVESTMENTS
OVERSEAS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND PROJECT FINANCE
A panel of top industry experts will review the trends in project finance during 2022, along with the challenges facing the industry in the nearest future. What are the dominant project finance areas in 2022/2023? What is the sponsors' appetite for project finance markets in 2023? What lessons learned can developers and financiers draw from recent experiences in 2022? How will the financing trend shape in the nearest future? How likely is it that sponsors seeking to access the project finance market in 2023 will be affected by these factors? (market uncertainties and volatility
Funding received from multilateral lenders, ECAs and DFIs have been essential to many Turkish projects. What is the scope of investment opportunities they see in Türkiye and how do they persevere in their role in the regional project finance landscape? What are the recent developments in the area, and what products are available? How is the ability of traditional banks and the debt capital markets to participate in deals impacted by IFIs?
The Turkish energy transition still faces several key milestones. In which we need capacity building? What are the opportunities to finance the transition gap? How will provide these significant financial investments?
How are traditional energy companies moving towards net-zero emission? What key technologies will help out transforming power generation and distribution? What are the risks and opportunities?
When will storage and green hydrogen become viable for backing up renewables?
This panel will review recent trends in the financial markets and 2022/2023 challenges. How is market volatility impacting financing conditions? Are inflation and interest rates having a noticeable impact on transactions? How are the risks perceived and who is financing what? How are net zero commitments impacting sector new sector investments? Expanding the use of sustainability-linked instruments
Türkiye’s renewable sector has hit several key milestones to date. Surging power consumption, soaring electricity bills and net-zero pledges have been impacting the sector and driving the growth trend line. How much do we need to invest, and where do our expert panellists expect to see continued growth in 2023? What are the pioneering projects and bottlenecks across the sector? How new energy storage regulation is expected to continue to spur investments in the sector? Will fossil fuels be ever displaced, and will it be economically viable for Türkiye fully transition to renewables?
The panel aims to discuss challenges and opportunities cities face in attracting private-sector investments in infrastructure. What sectors remain promising for investors? What financing sources and instruments are in favour now and can the investment gap in the city infrastructure be bridged without bringing in long-term investors? What are the approaches for the private sector's risk appetite?
Examining key transport infrastructure pipelines across the region. To what extent are inflationary pressures and higher interest rates impacting greenfield project planning and capital expenditures? Today, what are borrowers' preferred sources and instruments of financing? What landmark deals could we see in the sector and their impact on the market?
To stimulate the wide adoption of EVs in the marketplace, charging infrastructure must be built. What are the needs and how to meet the demand? What support packages are available? Where are the financing gaps and how can these be addressed? Investing in and capitalising on EV adoption. Managing the risk associated with larger and more complex projects.
This panel will review opportunities in infrastructure investments at the city level with a focus on waste to energy and water. Panellists from different institutions will provide insights on themes: improving water, sanitation and wastewater infrastructure and W2E project opportunities in Türkiye. Financing opportunities and bankability of these projects. Typical procurement routes and structure. Related risks and challenges.
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Türkiye Energy & Infrastructure Project Finance Forum 2023 will take place in the Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul. Anchored on the European shores of the Bosphorus strait in a historical building from the 1930’s and centrally located in the Besiktas district, Shangri-La Bosphorus is close to the city’s financial district and the Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Centre. The hotel is a 45-minute drive from Istanbul International Airport and a 90-minute drive from Sabiha Gokcen International Airport. In addition, the Port of Galata, a terminal for luxury cruise ships, is less than 4 kilometres from the hotel.
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