What continued to be the key drivers for another fundraising record in 2018?
What are the most effective sourcing strategies you have seen in this heated market?
What are the most pressing political and regulatory concerns?
To what extent are investors concerned about bridging the gap between ESG talk and ESG implementation?
How important is it to clearly define the parameters of infrastructure and renewables?
Will you be increasing allocations to renewable energy over the next 3-5 years? Why / why not?
Walid Mouawad, Senior Vice President, EIG Global Energy Partners
Toby Buscombe, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, BAE Systems Pension Fund Marieke van Kamp, Head of Private Markets, NN Group Dawn Turner, CEO, Brunel Pension Partnership Bruce Hogg, Head of Power and Renewables, CPPIB
What is needed from a regulatory standpoint to encourage investment into energy storage?
To what extent can corporate PPAs play a role in the future of renewables?
What are the most promising technologies set to disrupt the renewable energy market?
How is battery storage assisting in the transition to cleaner energy?
Is current performance in smart grids and energy storage enough to warrant mainstream interest?
What does the combination of a rising population alongside improved efficiency mean for energy demand through 2050?
Moderator: David Beamish, Principal, StepStone Group
Panel: James Bevan, Chief Investment Officer, CCLA So Yeun Lim, Global Head of Infrastructure Research, Willis Towers Watson Marcus Stewart, Head of Energy Insights, National Grid Dan Wells, Partner, Foresight Group