Outlook for Tax Equity in 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012:
1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern US Time
For the last three years, the wildly successful cash grant program has masked a fundamental problem for developers of renewable energy assets: There is simply not enough supply of tax equity to meet the current demand.
Now that the cash grant program has expired, the shortage of tax equity threatens to accelerate industry consolidation and determine the next wave of winners and losers in the renewable energy markets.
This webinar features a roundtable discussion amongst industry experts with varying perspectives on this market.
The discussion aims to provide some answers to questions such as:
- Why is there such a shortage in tax equity providers and what are the factors that might change this dynamic?
- Who are the active tax equity players out there and what are they looking for?
- Are there any large players on the sidelines, and what will it take to get them active?
- What are some tips and strategies for attracting tax equity to your project?
- What do all these funny sounding terms mean, like DROs, Minimum Gain Chargebacks, Flips, Sale-leasebacks and Inverted Leases?
- What are the market terms for the tax equity deals now being done in the market?
- What are the long term fixes being worked on by industry lobbyists? What will the next generation of tax equity investments look like?
Eli M. Katz, Partner, Chadbourne & Parke LLP
John P. Kintz, Jr., Director, Structured Finance & Business Development,
John J. Marciano, III, Associate, Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Martin J. Pasqualini, Managing Director, CP Global Partners,
LLC/CP Energy Group, LLC
George Revock, Director, Citigroup
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