The event draws an especially senior audience, comprising of over 600 decision makers, lenders, investors, investment bankers, private equity investors, venture capitalists, and other top transactional professionals in renewable energy finance.
Why Attend REFF-Wall Street?
REFF-Wall Street 2016 will analyze the latest financing developments for renewable energy in the wake of the historic tax credit extensions, as development pipelines are restored and the industry is able to evaluate opportunities further out on the horizon. Hear directly from dealmakers and industry executives about key market dynamics, the cost of capital, trends in M&A, opportunities in green investing, and what these trends mean for renewable energy finance and growth.
Trends in Financing Projects in the Wake of a Historic Tax Extension
Get the latest insider insight about the adequacy of tax equity to support the expected increase in project development in 2016, the implications of Treasury Department guidance, and how the scheduled tax credit phase-downs will affect equity investment.
New Models for Financing Distributed Generation and Storage
Residential solar has seen impressive growth, but models are shifting as battles brew over net metering and power markets evolve. Community solar projects are also taking off across the country and have immense market potential. Meanwhile, as renewable generation expands, investor interest is greatly increasing in technologies that ensure reliable grid operation, including energy storage. Hear from the experts about how improving economics and market developments are affecting the availability of investment capital for these evolving markets.
Financing Corporate Procurement
A rapidly increasing market segment, major companies in a variety of industries are procuring renewable energy at what was once considered utility scale. Companies are employing a variety of financial tools to procure and invest in renewables, including physical and virtual PPAs and using their own balance sheets to invest in debt, equity, and recently, green bonds. Leading corporate consumers, developers, and investors will discuss strategies for financing these growing opportunities and implications for the market.