Sol Systems co-sponsored and spoke at Novogradac’s Financing Renewable Energy Conference this week in Washington, DC. On Thursday, Sol Systems’ CEO Yuri Horwitz joined other renewable energy finance experts on the Tax Equity Opportunities panel. Moderated by Eli Katz (Chadbourne & Park LLP), the panel also featured Mit Buchanan (JP Morgan Capital Corporation), Ann Hardy (De Lage Landen Financial Services) and Darren Von’t Hof (US Bank). With the expiration of 1603, tax equity will become increasingly important to the solar industry, and the panelists focused on the size, nature and current state of the tax equity market for renewables. In addition to co-sponsoring and speaking at the Novogradac conference, Sol Systems has recently published several articles on tax equity and solar project finance in the Novogaradac Journal of Tax Credits.
As the dynamic arena of renewable energy finance continues to evolve, the Financing Renewable Energy Conference promises to be insightful. Tax equity will only grow in importance as a vehicle for bringing solar projects from conception to completion. Any investors or developers with questions on tax equity can call the SolMarket team at 888-235-1538 x2 or email@example.com.
About Sol Systems
Sol Systems is a solar finance firm and a leader in financial innovation in the renewable energy industry. Since its inception in 2008, Sol Systems has partnered with 350 solar installers and developers to bring over 3,000 solar projects from conception to completion by offering innovative financing solutions for residential, commercial, and utility-scale projects.
Sol Systems’ financing programs catalyze investments for a broad set of solar projects by simplifying their origination, diligence, and financing processes. Developers seeking financing for solar projects can access over $2.5 billion in capital through the Sol Systems investor network.
In addition to providing financing, Sol Systems also offers project due diligence, deal structuring, and asset management services – all designed to reduce overhead and transaction costs and quicken project development timelines.
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