There is tremendous innovation and change happening in solar finance. GreenTech Media says residential third-party ownership looks to be flattening, with a swing back to homeowners actually owning the solar system but without having the burden of the high upfront cost. The Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program is alive and well. And much more! Let our experts bring you up to date with what's happening with Solar Financing!
Gregory Rosen, Founder and Principal, High Noon Advisors
Greg is a 15-year solar finance veteran who has developed or financed more than $400 million worth of rooftop and utility-scale solar projects. Previously, he has served as Chief Investment Officer at Mosaic, and as Vice President of Solar Finance at Union Bank. He also managed a solar tax equity fund for Citi and held various other positions in solar finance and investment banking, including several years at PowerLight and SunPower Corporations where he financed many industry-leading solar projects.
Paul Fenn, Founder & President, Local Power, Inc.
Paul wrote the first Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) legislation in Massachusetts and went on to write the nation's first CCA laws, including California's 2002 AB 117. He also wrote the nation's first municipal bond authority to finance renewables and efficiency measures in 2001 in San Francisco, which helped spawn PACE.
Cliff Staton, Executive Vice President, Renewable Funding, LLC
Cliff launched and currently manages the CaliforniaFIRST program, the nation's largest commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program, serving 14 counties and 127 cities in California. Cliff will discuss the current state of PACE financing.
Katie DeWitt from SolarCity will discuss the company’s innovative new financing program "MyPower", and Jason Michaels from Enphase Energy will discuss commercial PPAs.
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