Understanding Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement


Next Course Date: TBA

Administrative Details

Time: 9am - 5pm

Venue: 180 Kitchener Road, #06-10 City Square Mall Singapore 208539; Singapore Sustainability Academy

Contact: +65 - 6338 8578

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Course Summary

This seminar will provide a general introduction to the development of a renewable power project and the considerations of various stakeholders involved (IPP developer, contractor, offtaker, lender). It will then provide an insight into the fast growing market of corporate renewable energy procurement. Increasingly, multinational corporations are entering into long terms commitments for the procurement of renewable energy (either via Corporate PPAs or other instruments like RECs).

  • Introduction and Contractual Framework
  • Understanding Renewable Projects
  • Rise of Corporate Renewable Procurement
  • Implications of Corporate Renewable Procurement

Course Objective

Participants to acquire the knowledge and skills to better understand the contractual terms within PPAs, RECs and other legal documentations

Target Audience

  • Corporate management
  • Legal counsel
  • Procurement officers
  • All stakeholders involved in this industry
  • Energy managers

Rates (inclusive of GST)



SEAS Member $ 300.00
3 participants and above $ 330.00
Non-Member $ 380.00
SCEM Special Rate $ 350.00


Adrian is a seasoned energy and infrastructure lawyer.  He is qualified in both English and Singapore law.

Adrian has advised stakeholders across the energy value chain from oil and gas companies, LNG traders, power generation (conventional and renewables), transmission, petrochemical and construction companies on their projects internationally.

Adrian has provided comprehensive and integrated advice on all aspects of energy and infrastructure project development as well as in relation to acquisitions and disposals. These include advising equity sponsors investing into projects, government authorities granting project concessions; lenders providing project financing (and other forms of financing) to projects, EPC contractors, feedstock and utilities suppliers and potential offtakers and O&M service providers.

In addition to his in depth experience in the conventional energy space, he has an increased focus on “new power” (including storage, energy management and smart grid applications and instruments) as well as renewables projects, including hydro, wind and solar.

His previous role as an in-house legal counsel for a multi-national energy company, gives him a particular depth of insight into the energy sector as well as a clear understanding of the business needs of clients.

Adrian has particular in depth understanding and practical experience across Asia, having supported clients on projects in Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Mongolia.



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