Event Start:
05/06/19 08:00
Event End:
05/06/19 12:00
Location:
The Harvard Club, New York City
Event Summary:

IPFA Americas: New York: Current State of the Renewable Energy Project Finance Market


Please join us for a breakfast seminar to discuss the state of the project finance market for renewable energy. We are very pleased to welcome George Pataki, 53rd Governor of New York State, as our keynote speaker. Hear from leading market participants representing lenders, sponsors, developers and legal counsel. Key topics will include: how are projects being financed? What is the availability of capital, and what are the various sources of that capital? What structures are being utilized? What will be the effects of changes to the current tax regime? We will also discuss the convergence of the communications infrastructure sector (telecom, data centers) and renewable energy. 

8.00am Registration & networking breakfast

9.00am Welcome & Opening Remarks 
Will Marder, Wilmington Trust

9.10am Keynote Speech
George Pataki, Senior Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright and former Governor of New York State

9.35am The Convergence of Communications Infrastructure and Renewable Energy
Brian Thomas, Business Architect, Growth & Sustainability, Equinix 

10.00am Panel Discussion – The State of the Project Finance Market for Renewable Energy

Moderated by: John Marciano III, Co-Head Global Project Finance, Akin Gump LLP 

Jesse Grossman, CEO and Co-Founder, Soltage
Benoy Thanjan, Founder & CEO, Reneu Energy
William Demas, Executive Director, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
Katherine McElroy, Director - Clean Energy Infrastructure Credit, Capital Dynamics

10.45am Closing Remarks

 

Hosts

Organisation:
Wilmington Trust

Fees

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