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Roundtables

  • Power Finance & Risk brought together a panel of experts to talk through the changing dynamics of California’s sun-soaked power market and the impact for project financiers. Leaders from Strata Solar, CleanCapital, Capstone Headwaters and Solar Frontier Americas talked through PG&E’s restructuring, pricing of battery storage debt and much more.
  • In May, PFR brought together three developers, a private equity investor and a lender for a fascinating and frank discussion about financing battery storage finance.
  • C2 Energy Capital’s Rich Dovere, Doran Hole from ReneSola, Mike Roth from Ares Management and Soltage cfo Sripradha Ilango joined PFR reporter Shravan Bhat to drill down into the intricacies of financing commercial and industrial solar projects.
  • Kirkland & Ellis attorneys Kelann Stirling and Robert Fleishman, Novartis’ Jim Goudreau, Citi’s Brian Anast and Goldman Sachs’ Cindy Quan joined PFR reporter Shravan Bhat to talk through the challenges and opportunities facing corporate buyers of renewable energy.
  • CoBank’s Brian Goldstein, KeyBanc Capital Markets’ Andy Redinger and Morgan Stanley’s Michael Kumar joined PFR editor Richard Metcalf in January to review 2018 in power project finance and look ahead to 2019. Check out what they had to say.
  • In October, PFR teamed up with Fitch Ratings and Orrick to host a candid discussion on the challenges and opportunities for financing America’s nascent offshore wind industry. Experts covered everything from debt pricing to offtake structures and the full report is in this week’s issue.
  • In September, PFR and Mayer Brown teamed up to bring together a panel of tax equity experts to review the latest developments and innovations in this fascinating area of renewable energy finance, as well as the outlook for the coming years. Check out the full transcript.
  • Shortly after the International Trade Commission's momentous September ruling in a Section 201 trade case concerning solar panel imports, PFR assembled a power and utilities banker, two developers, a project finance attorney and an asset manager who focuses on energy infrastructure debt to discuss the impact of the case and all the latest trends in solar finance.
  • In June, officials from KeyBanc Capital Markets, Prudential Capital Group, Voya Investment Management and BlackRock discussed the latest trends U.S. renewable project finance with PFR.
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