The ITC extension and COP21 have had a profoundly impact on the state of the American solar market allowing new players to enter the market.
For this reason this year we are moving away from an event where industry talks to itself and we are reaching out to:
- Corporates ready to sign offsite and onsite PPAs, keen to ensure their renewables commitment are as profitable as they are sustainable.
- Banks and insurance companies active in LIHTC and HTC looking to transition into the renewables tax equity markets.
Asset owners and institutional investors looking to enlarge their portfolios and to balance their liabilities with long-term investments
To discuss, amongst other topics:
- How to secure tax equity in 2017: who will be the new entrants and how will the established players will continue to cater to the growing demand
- Corporate PPAs: structures, financial models, Offsite/Onsite and how to deal with accounting risk
- Project M&A landscape and how to maximise yield on existing assets
- Financing structures for community shared solar
Book today and meet:
- Developers, Project Sponsors and Operators
- Investment Banks
- Tax equity Investors
- Pension Funds & Other Institutional Investors
- Private Equity
- Insurance and Re-Insurance Companies
- Rating Agencies
- Law Firms
- Engineering Firms, EPCs and Consultants
- Panel Manufacturers
- Asset Management / O&M Experts
- Utilities and Off-Takers
- Building Owners, Municipal and Private Land Owners
- Information Technology Experts
- Balance of System Providers
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