Brad Klein, Environmental Law & Policy Center (ELPC)
Travis Lowder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Do We Want Third Party Solar PV Purchase Power Agreements (PPAs) in Indiana?
Since the Iowa Supreme Court issued its order in the Eagle Point Solar case, there has been increased discussion amongst solar and renewable energy advocates about what the next move might or should be to advance third party purchase power agreements (PPAs) for solar PV in Indiana.
Webinar: Rooftop Solar Financing: Wins, Trends and What Comes Next
New webinar scheduled by Vote Solar — please join, and share as appropriate.
Rooftop Solar Financing: Wins, Trends and What Comes Next
Wed, Aug 20, 2014
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT; 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
Join us for a first-hand account of the recent Iowa Supreme Court decision in favor of solar power purchase agreements, from Environmental Law & Policy Center's Brad Klein, who argued the case. This case has been closely watched across the country. Learn how it unfolded, key takeaways from the Court's decision, and implications for other states. Then hear from National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Travis Lowder, who works on the lab's Renewable Energy Finance Tracking Initiative, about the status of distributed solar financing across the country - current & projected relevance of third party ownership, securitization and yieldco's, and other emerging solar finance solutions.