LCI solar financing forum

25 May, 2020

The ECCT’s Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) organised a forum on the topic “Risk management in solar financing - Due diligence and bankability” in conjunction with the EU Taiwan Centre and TÜV Rheinland. Read the full event report here


The event began with opening remarks by CEO Freddie Höglund and Dr Su Hung-dah, Director-General of the EU Taiwan Centre. This was followed by presentations by Dr Lin Tze-luen, Deputy Executive Director of the Energy and Carbon Reduction Office at the Executive Yuan; Wang Yao-ting, Vice President & CEO of the distribution and service division of Taiwan Power Company (Taipower); Paul Wang, Director of Solar PV at TÜV Rheinland; Su Yi-jiun, Partner at Lee and Li Attorneys-at-Law and Winnie Wang, Deputy General Manager for Energy Business Services at PwC.


In his presentation Lin Tze-luen spoke about renewable energy trends in Taiwan.


In his presentation, Paul Wang spoke about technical due diligence, risk management and project management for utility scale solar power plants.


In her presentation, Su Yi-jiun addressed possible legal risks of solar power investments. There are multiple finance, due diligence reports and contracts associated with solar power projects.


In her presentation Winnie Wang, Deputy General Manager for Energy Business Services at PwC Taiwan shared in-depth information about the examination and supervision of project financing.

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