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Solar Storage & Finance USA in Numbers

Meet national developers with GW of pipeline

15.5 GW of pipeline represented

22 USA
states represented

Secure business in one of the biggest growth markets for solar & storage

Second only to China, the USA solar and storage markets reached new highs in 2018 and the first half of 2019.

Surpassing 2 million solar installations in May 2019, the market enjoyed its largest Q1 in history with 2.7 GW installed, and 4.9 GW of large scale solar projects in construction. Storage is also coming of age.

Spurred by Order 841 and individual state targets, Q1 2019 was also a bumper year for energy storage with 148.8 MW installed.

Be part of the solution in October

As the market grows, new challenges emerge.

The 2019 event is geared towards enabling all participants to make money from solar and storage projects.

We will equip attendees with a post-ITC toolkit that will enable them to maximize the value of PPAs, lower the cost of capital, find new markets to develop in, and meet new partners with capital to invest or shovel ready projects.

Keynote Speaker

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Alicia Barton, President & CEO
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)

NYSERDA is a public benefit corporation that advances innovative energy solutions to improve New York State’s economy and environment.

Ms. Barton has held public and private sector leadership roles advancing clean energy projects and companies for over a decade. Immediately prior to her appointment, Ms. Barton served as co-chair of the Energy and Cleantech Practice at Foley Hoag, LLP, a global law firm based in Boston, where her practice focused on representation of clean energy companies in emerging market areas such as offshore wind and energy storage. Ms. Barton’s other private sector work included serving as chief of operations of the Global Utility business unit at SunEdison where she led teams working on utility-scale wind and solar projects.

Highlighted Speakers

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Mona E. Dajani

Global Head of Energy and Infrastructure

PILLSBURY WINTHROP SHAW PITTMAN LLP

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Simms Duncan

Senior Director, Project Finance and M&A

LIGHTSOURCE BP

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Stacey Hughes

Chief Financial Officer

SUNLIGHT GENERAL CAPITAL

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Laura Stern

President

NAUTILUS SOLAR ENERGY

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Benjamin Krause

Partner

3I GROUP

Solar & Storage Finance Ecosystem

Key Themes & Highlights

Solar & Storage Finance USA features a case-study led agenda providing expert market insight and an unrivalled networking opportunity to discuss the latest trends and opportunities in the US solar & storage market

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Industry News

California deserves better than ‘draconian’ wildfire shutoffs, SimpliPhi CEO says

California deserves better than ‘draconian’ wildfire shutoffs, SimpliPhi CEO says

Power shut-offs affecting millions in California, enacted by utilities Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) and Southern California Edison to prevent wildfires and their spreading, are a “draconian” measure and don’t address the real problems, SimpliPhi Power CEO Catherine Von Burg has said.
Vivint Solar swells revenue, installations and operating losses in Q3 2019

Vivint Solar swells revenue, installations and operating losses in Q3 2019

The Utah-headquartered firm posts Q3 2019 installs of 65MW and hits cumulative 1.228GW as operational losses jump US$7.9m to US$13.8m year on year.
Walmart withdraws lawsuit against Tesla over solar install fires

Walmart withdraws lawsuit against Tesla over solar install fires

Retail giant and Silicon Valley firm say they have ‘resolved the issues’ raised by the former, which had linked rooftop blazes to Tesla’s alleged ‘negligence’ with PV installs.
Japan’s Mitsui sells 679MW of solar and wind in Canada

Japan’s Mitsui sells 679MW of solar and wind in Canada

Japanese firm says divestment was ‘strategic asset recycling’ and that ‘strengthening of the financial base continues to be one of [Mitsui & Co’s] key initiatives’.
DE Shaw buys 180MW project duo from First Solar in Utah

DE Shaw buys 180MW project duo from First Solar in Utah

The projects, which will be operated by First Solar’s operations and maintenance arm once commissioned next year, are contracted to provide power to Facebook’s data centres via a PPA with PacifiCorp.