The program for Latin Lawyer Live: Renewable Energy 2023 in Cartagena is now open. Read more for information on the program and how to register.
The event will be co-chaired by Clifford Chance LLP partners Jessica Springsteen and Trench Rossi Watanabe José Roberto Martins.
Of the conference will be held at the Sofitel Legend Santa Clara Cartagena on March 21. The event coincides with the IBA’s Latin American Regional Forum from 22 March to 24 March.
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Docket Navigator and Trench Rossi Watanabe are the event’s gold sponsors, while Brazilian company Lefosse and Ecuador’s ROBALINO are silver coins. LACCA and Lexology are sponsoring organizations.
The event will include a speaker’s dinner for politicians, which will be hosted by Clifford Chance. The Iberian company Cuatrecasas will support the networking event.
Speakers will be announced soon.
The event will begin with opening remarks from the co-chairs before moving on to a discussion on how the political uncertainty in Latin American jurisdictions has affected the implementation of radical change policies. The panel will also examine the growth of the region’s lithium market.
The second part of the day will bring together the developers of renewable assets, regulators and financial institutions to discuss how the region can use its renewable energy market.
After a short coffee break, the conference will meet again to discuss regulations in the renewable energy sector and how Latin American countries can adapt to the fast-paced industry. The discussion will also include the regulation of approval and approval behind the renovation projects.
After the networking dinner, delegates will have the opportunity to listen to a live chat about how Ecuador and Brazil have become champions of renewable energy, especially in the electricity sector. . Ideas, experiences and solutions will be shared to reflect the successful development of Ecuador and Brazil in this field.
The next session will look at financing options for renewable energy projects in Latin America, including finding capital with foreign investors and creating special funds.
In the last part of the day, the politicians will share their ideas on the future of green energy in Latin America, such as clean hydrogen and opportunities to capture carbon.
The day will conclude with closing remarks from Springsteen and Martins.