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The Best Networking and Dealmaking Event of the Year for the Wind Industry

The Best Event to Meet Dealmakers and Get the Latest on:

  • Strategic planning for the future of wind power project development and financing
  • Synergy of wind and natural gas-fired generation
  • Government policy and IRS guidance on project qualifications
  • New sources of lower cost capital and innovative financing strategies
  • Merchant power hedging in 2014

Dear Colleagues:

I have been chairing the annual Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit for over 10 years and I want to share an anecdote from last year’s event. I was speaking with a wind power project developer regarding the many challenges and opportunities for the industry and whether we were addressing all the pertinent topics on the program. The developer replied that he attends this Summit every year because he knows that the program always covers the most current issues, challenges and opportunities for the industry. However, he stressed that while the topic discussions are valuable, the reason he comes back year after year is because this meeting provides a unique opportunity to meet and connect with the entire spectrum of the industry at the highest levels—developers, lenders, tax equity investors, private equity funds and other investors, turbine suppliers, PPA offtakers, customers and more—in one place, an effort that would probably require 3-6 months of flying around the country. Once again, the 2014 edition of the Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit will be covering the latest issues including:

  • IRS guidance on “commenced construction” and “safe harbor” requirements for project qualification
  • Strategic planning for the future of wind project development and financing
  • New sources of lower cost capital and innovative financing strategies
  • Synergy of wind power and natural-fire power generation
  • Merchant hedging in 2014

I urge you to attend, learn from and network with your fellow wind industry participants focused on development, finance, construction, operations and more. But the exciting part is the fact that the real meeting is really happening outside the meeting room.

You will find 3 quotes on the back cover of this brochure that speaks to the unique opportunity this meeting provides.

Looking forward to seeing you in San Diego in February.

Best regards,
Jeff Chester
Summit Chairman
Partner, Wind & Renewable Energy Practice,
Morrison & Foerster LLP

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