Renewable energy as an asset class

Renewable energy as an asset class

Virtual panel   Virtual   
  Thu 10 Dec 2020 10:00 - 11:30

Covid-19 has dramatically shifted how policy-makers and investors view sustainability and climate change, particularly with regards to energy. In partnership with the British Embassy in Madrid and the Spanish Chamber of Commerce, OMFIF convenes a panel discussion on the latest investment trends, opportunities and challenges in renewable energy.

10:00-11:30 London
18:00-19:30 Singapore
05:00-06:30 New York

Meeting at a glance
10:00-10:10 – Opening remarks
Eduardo Barrachina, President of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the UK

10:10-11:20 – Panel discussion and Q+A
Topics of discussion:

  • Renewable energy as an engine for economic recovery post Covid-19
  • Investment trends and clean energy commitments by countries and corporations
  • Technological innovation to make renewables more cost-effective
  • Barriers to boosting appetite and increasing capacity


  • Marc Dufour, Energy Specialist, European Investment Bank
  • Darryl Murphy, Managing Director, Head of Infrastructure, Aviva
  • Aayush Tandon, Policy Analyst Green Finance and Investment, OECD
  • Vicky Pryce, Board Member, Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR); former Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Carlos Zuloaga, Managing Director, Global Head of Energy, BBVA

11:20-11:30 – Closing remarks
H.E. Hugh Elliot, UK Ambassador to Spain

This meeting will be recorded.

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