Zoya Vassileva

Zoya Vassileva,  CEO of Mattig-Levercom Management Partners (MLMP).  M.Sc. in Engineering “Iron and Steel”, Banking and International Financial Management. More than 20 years’ experience in financial and investment advisory services in Business Development, Investment Projects Structuring, and Financing: elaboration of financial models, feasibility studies, financial engineering; Private Equity Deals and M&A consulting. Structuring of schemes for financing of investment projects with different financial instruments depends on the project specifics and the creditworthiness of the project developer. Published articles in the field of finance and economics, financial management, financial instruments, ESIF programs implementation, Private Equity Business, Special situation Companies, etc.

Energy Efficiency and RES projects financing solutions: preparation of strategies and concepts for different stakeholders, financial models, and schemes for financing of energy efficiency projects and RES, based on different mechanisms for structuring and implementation of the projects, including EPC; optimization of the public resources for energy efficiency (EE). Blending financing for EE from European Structural Investment Funds(ESIF) and the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI).  Expert of the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) in the Working group on EE taxonomy and tagging.

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Scaling up the private financing for energy efficiency (EE), for achievement of EU2030 goals

In order to meet the EU energy and climate targets for 2030 for transition to a low carbon economy, the EU faces an investment gap of €150 bn.of additional investment/year. Europe lags behind this goals achievement. A main reason is the negligible private financing. So, the private capital is therefore key.

EEFP Solution: A quantitative, de-risking tool for fostering private financing for EE, through multi-level evaluation of the cash flows from energy savings, describing in details the mechanisms for realization of energy efficiency projects (EEPs).

Ready underwriting financial model, operational, tested in practice. It should be developed into a user –friendly software platform. It will facilitate the banks, improving their operational capacity, for easier and at lower transaction costs identification of bankable projects (less staff, less time, less technical outsourcing). Thus even smaller projects (the larger part of the building stock in EU, responsible for 36% of CO2 and 40% energy consumption) will become attractive for the banks. The solution can be used in all EU member states, reaching each bank, in each town. As a result, the number of implemented EEPs will rise significantly.

Sessions

Thursday 20 June11.00 - 12.30
Résidence Palace