REFF-Latin American & Caribbean


Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay


Returning for its second year, the Renewable Energy Finance Forum - Latin America and Caribbean (REFF-LAC) is a unique platform matching capital with renewable energy project development in the region.

The renewable energy landscape in Latin America and the Caribbean has changed dramatically over the past 12 months. The recent wind energy auctions have proven to the region that renewables can rival fossil fuels. Solar and bioenergy markets are also hot right now, with both forecasting very ambitious plans to develop projects at scale.

However, we cannot ignore the instability in the financial markets and the rippling effect that the European debt crisis has had on renewable energy in Latin America and the Caribbean. Lenders continue to exit the market with increasing adversity to the high risk project finance necessary to get these projects off the ground. But with challenge comes opportunity, and looking beyond the banks there are many other financial players who see the positive future of this market and are ready to consider new and innovative ways of investing their capital.

Join over 200 senior level financiers and developers at REFF-LAC to discuss the enormous potential for your industry moving forward.

With continuing change in the economic landscape, new regional policy advocating investment in renewables, and alternative financial players coming in to the market, it is essential that you make REFF-LAC your one-stop-shop to get up to speed with this constantly evolving and lucrative market!

REFF-LAC is brought to you by Euromoney Energy Events and ACORE, who run the USA's leading renewable energy finance events REFF-Wall Street and REFF-West. We are delighted to once again be partnering with the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy, LAC-CORE for our next edition.

REFF-LAC is made by the industry, for the industry. Our panel of conference Co-Chairs provide guidance on the business-critical issues facing you today, ensuring high-level, topical debates that get to the heart of the industry.


  • Macroeconomic Factors Influencing Renewables in Latin America & Caribbean
  • Solar: A Sunny Forecast Ahead?
  • Bioenergy: Driving the Market Forward
  • Wind: Setting High Targets in a Competitive Market
  • Renewable Financing: Technology Risk Comparison
  • Beyond the Banks: Alternative Sources of Capital
  • Raising Capital: The Developer's Perspectives
  • The Debt Crisis: Reactions from Banks to Renewables

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