The Path Forward for Tax Equity in Renewable Energy Project Financing

Overview


The SEIA Finance & Tax Seminar is a prestigious annual event that connects more than 250 tax, finance, business, and legal leaders for an in-depth look at solar and solar + storage tax updates, financing trends, market forecasts, business impacts, federal policy developments, and high-level networking opportunities.

Get the latest insights from Congress, as lawmakers explore long-term tax frameworks to accelerate clean energy growth, including extensions of the Investment Tax Credit (ITC), tech neutral proposals, and other new approaches.

Network with top solar and finance executives as we dive into the biggest challenges and opportunities around leveraging debt and equity and new and innovative sources of capital.

SEIA’s Solar+ Decade Vision for solar reaching 20% of total electricity generation will require financial innovations and tax paradigms on a massive scale. Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss important developments and policy changes that will impact your business!

Description: A scarce tax equity market is presenting financing challenges for solar developers and creating barriers for new entrants. While there are several movers and shakers in the space, there is still plenty of opportunity in the clean energy sector for greater involvement. How will tax equity markets evolve in the coming years, and what must the industry do to prepare? How can creative structuring help move the industry forward?

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Registration Information

Time
1:20 pm – 2:20 pm (EDT)

Convene (One Liberty Plaza)

Speaker


  • Moderator: Phil Tingle, Global Co-head of the Energy and Project Finance Practice, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
  • Kathryn Carpenter, Principal of Clean Energy Infrastructure at Capital Dynamics
  • Bryen AlperinDirector of Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies, Foss & Company
  • Darren Van’t Hof, US Bancorp
  • Gabriel Wuebben, Associate VP, Structured Finance, Sol Systems