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Brazil Windpower 2017

29 August 2017 |

Natural Capital Partners' Chief Product Officer Oliver Crouch will be speaking at the largest wind power event in Latin America: Brazil Windpower 2017, which will take place on 29-31 August in Rio de Janeiro.

Brazil Windpower 2017

In 2016, Brazil Windpower was attended by more than 2,800 renewable energy industry representatives. This year, Oliver Crouch will be speaking on a panel entitled “Paris Agreement and Renewable Energy Certificates and SEAL” at 12.15pm on Thursday 31st August along with representatives of the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS), Instituto Totum and Atlantic Energias Renováveis, with Marcelo Moraes, President of Dominium Consultoria moderating.

As a Member of the I-REC Standard Advisory Group, Oliver will discuss the rise in consumer choice for corporate renewable energy purchases around the world, and how the International Renewable Energy Certificate (I-REC) Standard is helping to advance this.

Natural Capital Partners was an early leader in the Brazilian I-REC market, working with Brazilian project developers to get approval from the I-REC Board and enabling registered projects to transact credible and transparent instruments to the global market. Brazil has the largest energy market in South America and a very large transmission network with extensive interconnection to countries including Uruguay, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Peru and Ecuador. Grid interconnection is one credible way to define a market boundary under WRI Scope 2 Guidance.

To hear more, or to meet with Oliver at the event, please contact him at