4-5 October 2022
The New Yorker, 481 Eighth Ave., New York, 10001


2022 Sponsors

Solar & Storage Finance USA

The US solar sector is facing massive delays with many projects currently on hold and more in the planning phases being pushed back to 2024 and 2025. The ongoing investigation by the department of commerce looking into China’s alleged circumvention of US trade tariffs has left the industry in limbo. China made 80% of the worlds solar panel supply in 2018 and the majority of US solar development is dependent on this supply. 

This event will look at what the pause on supply has done to the project finance markets and investment climate for solar and energy storage. Developers and financial institutions alike will be sharing their thoughts as well as details and business models of their current projects and those being planned. Other questions surrounding the PPA markets and the legal status of energy storage will be addressed as well as a macroeconomic look at the potential future supporting policies from a Federal level. All eyes are on the preliminary results of this investigation due to arrive in August and we will be bringing together all the key players to discuss their plans post results. 

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Industry Experts
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Decision Makers
US Trade Tariffs & Trade Barriers
State Level Supporting Policies
State Level Supporting Policies
Next Steps for the Supply Chain
Next Steps for the Supply Chain
Wholesale Energy Markets
Wholesale Energy Markets
How to Value Existing Assets
Monetizing Storage Assets
Tax Equity Market
Tax Equity Market
Optimising Revenue Streams from Solar & Storage Assets
Optimising Revenue Streams from Solar & Storage Assets
Challenges With End of Life & Repowering
Challenges With End of Life & Repowering
Grid Bottlenecks and Challenges
Grid Bottlenecks and Challenges

2022 Speakers Include

Stephen Crosher
Julia Souder
Executive Director
Long Duration Energy Storage Council (LDES Council)
David Feldman
Senior Financial Analyst
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Conor McKenna
Partner & Senior Managing Director, New York
CohnReznick Capital
Brian Warshay
Principal, Energy Storage Engineering

2022 Partnership Prospectus

To get the best idea of what our event will look like, take a few minutes to read over our in-depth event brochure. 

Download the brochure and discover: 

  • 2022 Agenda Themes
  • Sponsorship Opportunities
  • Networking Activities
  • How to get involved

Thank You to Our 2022 Sponsors & Partners

Industry News

Shoals Technologies has become the latest solar manufacturer to adjust its guidance for the year, blaming an “increasingly challenging environment” caused by the US AD/CVD investigation.
A bipartisan group of US governors have pressured the President Joe Biden and Gina Raimondo to expedite the anti-dumping circumvention investigation (AD/CVD).
JinkoSolar, Trina Solar and Hanwha Q CELLS are among eight PV manufacturers that have been selected by the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to provide further information on their operations as part of the agency’s ongoing tariff circumvention investigation.
Japanese energy firm Osaka Gas is to enter the US utility-scale solar market through a joint venture with project developer Oriden.
Investment management firm Axium Infrastructure has acquired Boston-based solar and energy storage developer BlueWave, its first acquisition of a renewables developer.
Energy investment platform CleanCapital has secured a US$200 million credit facility to support its pipeline of distributed solar and energy storage projects.
Independent power producer (IPP) Cypress Creek Renewables has hired Jeffrey Meigel as its new chief investment officer (CIO).
US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has raised concerns about the country’s ability to move to a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035 unless there is a quick resolution to the Department of Commerce’s (DOC) solar tariff investigation.

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