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The Primary Business Hub for the Eastern Solar Market

Solar project developers and integrators, investors, lenders, panel suppliers, utilities and regulators, contractors, installers and other industry players will gather at Distributed Solar East 2013 to explore how to take full advantage of the booming distributed solar market.

This major networking event is a unique opportunity for the entire distributed solar community to connect, build relationships and get updates on successful strategies for funding industry growth and financing distributed solar projects.

Attend the conference to gain insightful outlook and analysis of the forces shaping eastern distributed solar markets in order to enable informed evaluation of the opportunities.

 



 

This major networking event is a unique opportunity for the entire distributed solar community to connect, build relationships and get updates on successful strategies for funding industry growth and financing distributed solar projects.

Up and down the East Coast, states are adopting policies and programs to promote the expansion of solar power, though each state is adopting its own unique model for providing the incentives to make an economically attractive business case. In addition, as growth of the distributed solar projects accelerates, so does the industry’s need for financing.

However, industry players face the challenge of developing efficient business platforms that can effectively deliver projects to market and finance increased deal flow. The Distributed Solar East Summit will assemble leading players to share their insights into how to survive and thrive in the distributed solar market of tomorrow.

Highlights include:

  • How to secure tax equity
  • Outlook for debt
  • Alternative financing mechanisms
  • Buying and selling distributed solar projects
  • Regulators and utilities’ perspectives on distributed solar development

 

 

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