Risk Management Post-Texas: Investor, Corporate Buyer and Sponsor Perspectives


The momentum driving the renewable energy economy has never been stronger. Under a new administration that is committed to confronting the climate crisis, corporate sustainability efforts are surging as companies scale up investment in a clean energy future.

The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), a leader in the production of renewable energy finance and policy events for nearly 20 years, invites you to join us for the ACORE Finance Forum where we will examine how the renewable energy transaction landscape will evolve to meet this growing demand. We will bring together experts from across the renewable energy marketplace, including the sector’s largest and most influential investors, developers, utilities, manufacturers, advisors, and buyers to provide you with insights on the next stage of renewable energy finance and investment.

The ACORE Finance Forum will afford you the opportunity to engage in candid conversations with senior leaders and meet new colleagues using ACORE’s virtual networking tools.

Panelists will examine opportunities and challenges for project finance with the Texas outage fallout on hedges, proxy revenue swaps, corporate PPAs and other deals. What risks are tax equity providers, lenders, sponsors and buyers willing to accept and how should we move forward?

Registration Information


11 am – 12 pm (EDT)

Virtual Conference


Moderator Christopher Gladbach, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
PanelistPeter Freed, Energy Strategy Manager, Facebook
Panelist Joan Hutchinson, Managing Director, Offtake Advisory, Marathon Capital
Panelist Jordan Newman, Managing Director, Wells Fargo