This Thursday, May 3, 2012, at 12:00 EST, Sol Systems will be hosting a webinar, “Investor Preferences: Key Solar Project Traits that Lead to Successful Financing.”
In this presentation, Yuri Horwitz and Jigar Shah will discuss the benchmarks for successful solar development of commercial and utility-scale solar projects in the United States. Drawing significant experience in the commercial solar space, as well as data-driven aggregate statistics from SolMarket projects and investor partners, the webinar will highlight key characteristics of both successful and unsuccessful solar projects while providing specific examples. The presentation will also examine the different types of investors in the solar space currently and what they are looking for when projects come across their desk, as well as what may ultimately doom or save a project.
Yuri Horwitz is the CEO of Sol Systems and developed, and now manages, the $2 billion SolMarket investor network, composed of independent power producers, family offices, tax equity, private equity, and others. Jigar Shah founded SunEdison, one of the world’s leading solar services company and currently serves as the CEO of the Carbon War Room. Mr. Shah has also developed and run distributed solar funds and now sits on the board of a number of solar development and financing companies.
Space for this webinar is limited, so we encourage you to register early. This should be a great event.
About Sol Systems
Sol Systems is a Washington D.C. based solar energy finance and development firm that was built on the principle that solar energy should be an economically viable energy solution. To date, Sol Systems has helped over 3,000 customers finance projects ranging in size from 1 kW to multi-megawatts in size. Sol Systems currently operates throughout the United States and has partnerships in place with hundreds of solar installers and developers. For more information, please visit www.solsystemscompany.com.
SolMarket is a transaction-driven ecosystem for the solar industry that catalyzes investment in solar energy by transforming how solar projects are financed. SolMarket provides investors and developers with the tools they need to efficiently originate, evaluate, finance, and construct renewable energy projects. SolMarket has over $1.9 billion in committed partnership funds seeking qualified solar projects and hundreds of users from the solar community. SolMarketis a wholly owned subsidiary of Sol Systems, the country’s oldest and largest SREC aggregator. For more information, please visit www.solmarket.com.