Chollawit Winitchai | Vice President and Head of International Investment
Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc. | Thailand

Chollawit Winitchai, Vice President and Head of International Investment, Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc.

An power generation and infrastructure industry professional in investment, finance and project development role in Australia and South East Asia’s electricity markets. A proven track record of applying strong commercial, analytical and management skills to successfully complete all major investment and due-diligence activities associated with the investment of renewable energy.

In particular a high degree of proficiency and experience in the following areas:

  • Strategic business development, market review and forecast assessments
  • Financial modelling and valuation of investment opportunities
  • Financial planning and fund raising
  • Project Financing and risks allocation
  • Leading multi-disciplinary project teams for M&A activities
  • Stakeholders relationship management  Risk management and mitigation plan
  • Key Contract drafting, review and negotiation, including: Power purchase/energy off-take, EPC and O&M, Fuel supply and Project Financing
  • Successful track records in 2016 - 2017
    • Project development and archived financial close of Mount Emerald Wind farm project 180 MW in Queensland, Australia – November 2016
    • Project development and achieved financial close of Collinsville Solar PV project 42.5 MW in Queensland, Australia – May 2017
    • Successful bidder in MRT monorail Yellow and Pink line with JV of BTS and STECON and signed the concession agreement with MRTA in June 2017

Appearances:



Day One - Power VN @ 14:00

Panel Discussion: Ensuring a sustainable wind industry for Vietnam

  • Foreseeable cost reductions in the industry
  • Economies of scales & technological advances
  • Implementation of new technology and knowledge transfer
  • Financial viability of projects: How do yields compare with other emerging markets?

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