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RETScreen Workshop in Barbados, 16 to 18 Feb 2010 with Roland Clarke PhD

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Posted by Clarke Energy on December 27, 2009, 5:14 pm
 


RETScreen is a clean energy analysis spreadsheet software that was
developed by Natural Resources Canada, a Federal agency of the
Government of Canada. I it may be downloaded free of cost from
http://www.retscreen.net  . It is widely used having been downloaded by
more than 215,000 users in 222 countries and territories, and is
available in 35 languages.

This workshop will provide a hands-on introduction to the analytical
methods employed by the most recent RETScreen Version 4, together with
its resource and product databases, and its new Clean Energy Legal
Toolkit. Analysis methods include energy systems, financial, economic,
risk and sensitivity, and greenhouse gas analysis.

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to build project
analysis models for photovoltaics, wind, biogas, and combined heat and
power projects.

While the workshop will focus on imparting hands-on skills on the use
of RETScreen, participants will also gain insights that will enable
their self-learning about the algorithms and engineering behind the
models.

This workshop is suitable for those involved in due diligence,
investments, feasibility analysis, project finance, economics,
infrastructure finance, business development, project development,
private equity, banking, and financial analysis etc

Registration details and updates can be found
athttp://www.retscreen.net/ang/11_form2.php?idTraining '46 . Also
visit the RETScreen training calendar regularly for future events.

This event builds on earlier workshops conducted by Dr. Roland Clarke
in Hanoi - Vietnam, Beijing China, Manila - the Philippines and
Jakarta - Indonesia as a Consultant to the World Bank during November
2009. See
http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/EXTENERGY2/0,,contentMDK:22391868~menuPK:4114636~pagePK:64020865~piPK:51164185~theSitePK:4114200,00.html

Regards,
Roland Clarke PhD (UPenn 95)

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