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Join us live online May 13th at 9 AM PT - 10 AM MT - 11 AM CT - Noon ET
To hear Baird Brown, attorney at Drinker Biddle and Reath, LLP

Investors are eager to supply debt and equity to energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, but are frustrated by the lack of an organized supply of projects. Municipal and regional governments or government agencies can address this market failure by organizing programs that combine outreach, support for project hosts, and standard documents and procedures that permit efficient financing. By structuring in advance for pooling or securitization, programs can gain access to a range of private capital and reduce financing costs. This provides a trustworthy, one-stop-shopping experience for project hosts and standardized financial products for investors. The program will discuss:

· Performance contract procurement and documentation.

· Tax-exempt financing for governmental and non-profit entities.

· Alternative forms of taxable financing.

· Combining renewable energy tax credits with energy efficiency projects.

· Insurance and other forms of credit enhancement.

· Pooling and securitization.



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