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Tim Prüssing

Vice President
MUFG
Tim Prussing

Tim sits within the Power & Renewables team in MUFG’s Structured Finance Office for EMEA based in London. He has 10 years of project finance experience with a
focus on structuring and arranging project financings as well as financial advisory in the power and renewables sector.

Before joining MUFG in 2020, Tim worked in the Corporate Finance Advisory team at the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
(BEIS). During this time, he providing strategic advice on the bankability of new business models (CfD, RAB) for new technologies and projects in the low carbon
energy sector, including CCUS, hydrogen and new nuclear.

Prior to this, Tim spent 8 years working at KPMG in Project Finance, Corporate Finance, and M&A. Here, he structured, advised on and acted as financial modeller for a number of project financings and power and renewables projects. He also played a key role advising on the development and roll out of the UK’s Electricity Market Reform, including the Contract for Difference subsidy.

18 Aug
12:00
 - 13:00 BST (UTC +01:00)
Financing the Hydrogen Transition
Panel Discussion
  • Market analysts predict green hydrogen will be cost competitive by 2030: is this realistic?
  • What mechanisms need to be in place to speed this up?
  • What kind of scale does the industry need to hit to achieve these cost reductions?
  • How does green hydrogen compare in cost to blue, with CCS and with autothermal reforming?
  • How does capex differ in various markets?
  • What kind of capital is the market currently attracting?
  • When do lenders and investors think more deals will start to close?
  • What are the expected returns and the cost of capital?