Alternative Financing for Renewable Energy Projects: Evaluating Options, Structuring the Deal
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel to companies and investors on understanding current financing trends, evaluating alternative financing structures, and utilizing them to finance renewable energy projects.
- Financeability of the renewable energy project—critical issues
- Regulatory scheme
- Permitting and land use
- Potential litigation
- Alternative financial structures
- Debt marketing
- Tax equity financing
- Leveraged partnership flip structure
- Tax-exempt financing
- Corporate financing 144 bond offerings
- Best practices for financing renewable energy using alternative structures
The panel will review these and other critical questions:
- What are the primary issues in evaluating the alternative financing options available for a renewable energy project?
- What alternative financial structures are available? What are the advantages and disadvantages of these structures?
- What are the likely sources of capital for renewable energy project developers?
Paul N. Belval
Mr. Belval represents utilities, developers, investors and suppliers in transactions relating to power projects and... | Read More
Mr. Belval represents utilities, developers, investors and suppliers in transactions relating to power projects and energy and water companies. His practice involves the development, financing and restructuring of renewable power and fossil fuel facilities. Mr. Belval drafted the contracts and operating rules for the NEPOOL Generation Information System (GIS) and has counseled the operators of other renewable energy credit trading systems in the development of those systems. He has also represented the firm’s water company clients in governmental and private financings and other transactions. Mr. Belval is a frequent author and speaker on energy-related topics.Close
Caileen Kateri (Kat) Gamache
Norton Rose Fulbright
Ms. Gamache works with project developers, investors, utilities and financial marketers to find solutions to complex... | Read More
Ms. Gamache works with project developers, investors, utilities and financial marketers to find solutions to complex energy regulatory issues, develop ideas into operational projects, draft and negotiate material contracts and close deals. She routinely represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, state regulatory agencies, Regional Transmission Organizations and Independent System Operators) on matters arising under federal and state statutes and implementing regulations, including the Federal Power Act, the Natural Gas Act, the Natural Gas Policy Act, the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, the Public Utility Holding Company Act and the Energy Policy Act of 2005.Close