For the third consecutive year, speakers from EY will once again participate in the webinar of March, in which prospects for European energy markets are analysed with a view to spring.
EY is one of the “Big Four” and, therefore, one of the world leaders in consulting, financial advice and model auditing. EY has participated in hundreds of transactions of renewable energy projects in recent years, so it will be a great opportunity to learn about the current situation of the financing of renewable energy projects, PPA and investments in self‑consumption. Novelties in the regulation of the energy sector will also be analysed, at a time when important changes are being considered and carried out in this area.
Oriol Saltó i Bauzà, is Associate Partner at AleaGreen. He is PhD in Physics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He has 20 years of experience in data analysis and modelling both in the context of scientific research and in energy markets. At AleaSoft, for more than ten years, he has been at the forefront of the development of forecasting models for the European energy markets: electricity, gas, oil, CO2, among others.
Alfredo Salcedo Rivas is partner at Strategy and Transactions in Spain, specialised in the energy and infrastructure sector. He has a degree in Business Administration and Management from the Carlos III University of Madrid, an Executive MBA from IESE and he is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He has more than 15 years of professional experience at EY in Spain and the United States, having specialised throughout his career in advising on transactions for global corporations including valuations, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance.
Antonio Hernández García is Member of the State Body of Trade Specialists and Economists of the Spanish Administration since 1991, and counts with a PhD in Applied Economics from the Universidad of Alcalá de Henares and a program in Leadership in Public Management from the IESE business school. He has a relevant experience in Spanish regulated industries (especially in the energy sector), thanks to his 23 years of civil service and ten in the private sector. He joined EY Spain in December 2020 where is responsible for regulated sectors and economic analysis from November 2011 to November 2020 he was partner of International and Energy Strategy at KPMG Spain.
Before that he was General Director for Energy Policy and Mines at the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade and Member of the Governing Board of the International Energy Agency. He also represented the Spanish Administration in the Informal EU Energy Councils.
He has participated in many projects for Spanish and global companies in the energy sector and has a relevant knowledge on energy regulation and main challenges.
Javier García Seijas is currently Partner at EY. He is in charge of the Infrastructure Advisory, Modelling and Project Finance practice of the firm in Spain and since he joined EY in 2011, Javier has assembled a multidisciplinary team that advises funds, investors, corporates, lenders and public bodies in investing processes, financing, refinancing, public bidding and transactions of infrastructure assets within several fields: Utilities, Transport, Health, PPPs and Energy. García Seijas joined EY after being the Head of Infrastructure Development for SEITT, PPP´s think tank of the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation of Spain. Javier has over 20 years of infrastructure development, financing, investing, planning, and divesting in both the public and private sectors. Prior to his role at SEITT, He was Sr. Investment Manager at CINTRA, one of the largest private developers of transport infrastructure worldwide, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Ferrovial Group S.A. In this position from 2007-2009, Mr. García Seijas was responsible for the development and submission of investment proposals as well as the negotiations of final concession/construction agreements. From 2000 to 2007, Javier held roles at Acciona in both Poland (2002-2005), as a key strategy player in Acciona’s acquisition of Polish infrastructure company Mostostal Warszawa, and Spain (2005-2007), as a Construction Manager for civil works projects. Javier received his Executive MBA from the IE Business School in Madrid, Spain and his MSc in Civil Engineering from Universidad de La Coruña.
Marta Sánchez Alvarez is an Industrial Engineer with an MBA from IESE. She is currently a partner in charge of Strategy and Consulting in the Energy Sector at EY. She has been working in the Energy Sector for 25 years. She began her career at EDP Spain, where she worked in Regulation, Strategic Planning and Energy Management, to later lead the Energy Sector at consulting firms such as Accenture and IBM Global Business Service (company resulting from the acquisition of PWC Consulting)