Innovative Clean Energy Project Financing: January 24, 2019
Thursday, January 24, 2019 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Energy and sustainability solutions are rarely sold in simple one-off sales transactions. Energy and sustainability projects are often financed due to their large size and long duration. Also, there are often complex public financing and tax-based incentive options to sweeten the deals. So, what does that mean to those of us trying to launch solutions into the market, build startups, and change the world? We need Innovative Financing Solutions.

On January 24, you need to be at the Leaders in Energy / Potential Energy co-sponsored social-panel event at Clarendon Presbyterian Church. Leaders in Energy and Potential Energy will be bringing together the dream team of innovative energy project financing. Come listen to and meet experts from across the region to help get your products and solutions into the market by understanding the levers of project finance:

Adler Prioly, Director, Clean Energy Finance at The Reinvestment Fund

Peter Drown, Manager, Strategy & Business Development at Recurrent Innovative Solutions, LLC

Jay Wilson, Program Manager, DC Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE). He will address the development and launch of the DC Green Bank, a quasi-public financial institution, whose mission is to attract private investment and enable access to financing for energy efficiency and clean energy projects.

Lizzy Crystal, Property Manager at Artemis Properties

Scott Dicke, SRS’ C-PACE program director for the Commonwealth of Virginia (and has partnered with Arlington County to launch the first C-PACE program in Virginia in winter 2017)

Musa Asad, Managing Director & Founder, BGB Investment Partners, will discuss cleantech funding pertaining to Opportunity Zones.

Learned panelists will be covering innovations such as hands-on experience with the first Maryland PACE project to include renewables, the latest on Opportunity Zones across the region, and large asset financing.

Mark J. Riedy, Partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP in Washington, DC; Energy, Project Finance & Clean Technologies Practice, will discuss a range of project financing opportunities from his experience in over 60 countries on renewable and conventional energy and chemicals, clean energy technology, energy storage, data center, environmental and infrastructure.

LOCATION: Clarendon Presbyterian Church
1305 N Jackson St
(an easy walk from Clarendon Metro)
Arlington, VA 22201

Early bird available through January 11th. Pizza and beverages included.

This will be Leaders in Energy’s 5th Green Financing Forum. See the recap article on our 2018 event here.