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With Ray Wood (Head of Power & Renewables, BofA Merrill Lynch), Dan Benoit (CIO, Brookfield), Ray Henger (SVP M&A, sPower), John Eber (MD Energy Investments, JP Morgan), Nick Knapp (CohnReznick Capital), Matt Shanahan (Marathon Capital), Kevin Walsh (MD Renewable Energy, GE).
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 08:00 AM    Cost: $2499
InterContinental Barclay, 111 E 48th St
 
     
 
 
              

      
 
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REFF-Wall Street is the premier renewable energy financing event in the U.S.

Returning for its 14th year, REFF Wall Street 2017 will gather senior investors, industry executives, & other top transactional professionals to assess the state of play for renewable energy finance in the context of policy uncertainty & continued market growth.

Two days of dynamic content will feature the latest insights on the cost of capital, supply & demand in the tax equity markets, potential impacts of tax reform, new sources of capital, & prospects for sustained progress in the new political landscape.

Reserve your place among our audience of 500 renewable industry leaders as we confront the most pressing issues regarding the future of renewable energy finance.

Is Policy Uncertainty Delaying Investment?

Get the latest insight on how shifting federal government priorities on issues like tax reform, coupled with policy uncertainty, are affecting investor confidence in the renewable energy sector. Investors, CFOs, treasurers & other experts will offer perspectives about how such developments may affect capital stacks & the availability of tax equity - as well as how cost declines & broader market penetration will continue to drive growth.

New Sources of Private Capital

Hear from experts about the potential for new types of sponsor equity in the sector such as pension, retirement, insurance, & international funds, as well as the influence of corporate investment & high profile efforts to double down on funding for breakthrough technologies.

The Future of Grid & Infrastructure Investment

As technologies become more prevalent & affordable, learn about investment opportunities for grid modernization, transmission infrastructure, & energy storage, & how a federal infrastructure initiative may affect renewable energy industry & transmission buildout.
 
 
 
 
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