Mr Sunil Gupta | Head, Renewables
Vena Energy

Mr Sunil Gupta, Head, Renewables, Vena Energy

Sunil is a business leader with global experience in renewable energy, new energy and digital technologies. He has two decades of experience with disruptive solutions and business models in semiconductors, electronics, Internet and energy.

Sunil has been involved in the renewable energy industry for more than a decade.  He joined Sembcorp in Jan 2015. Over this period, Sembcorp’s renewables portfolio has grown from 400MW in China to 2,600MW spread across five countries.

Prior to his current role Sunil was global head of cleantech banking at Standard Chartered and global head of technology and global cleantech research at Morgan Stanley. During his term, Sunil steered these institutions to win many prestigious industry awards. He has had a firsthand experience of participating in the emergence of cleantech companies in Asia, Europe and the US. Over last 15 years he has led numerous capital markets, project financing and structured credit solutions for Cleantech and renewable companies in multiple regulatory and financial markets. Sunil has extensively engaged in discussions with regulators in structuring and formulating policies for renewable energy.

Sunil earned B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, both in India.

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Day One Future Energy Show Thailand @ 14:00

KEYNOTE: Panel Discussion - Financing Renewable Energy Projects in Thailand & Asia

  • What are the latest trends and issues in financing renewable energy projects?
  • What kind of energy and project finance policies in Thailand does international banks want to see? How can Thailand encourage their participation?
  • How is Thailand’s local banking financing renewable energy projects? How easy it is to access local currency financing?
  • What are the characteristics of multilateral capital in financing renewable energy in Thailand – their risk appetite, credit enhancement, market making and the soft power to influence government policy making?
  • Are all investor classes stepping into the fold to drive renewable energy projects forward in Thailand? How to motivate new sources of financing for renewable energy?
last published: 15/Oct/19 13:12 GMT

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