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2015 ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum

“A Critical Moment”

Date:  May 31 – June 2, 2015

Venue: San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Marriott Marquis

Finance Forum Overview

The ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum is the premier conference dedicated to catalyzing investment in, and scaling the market for, energy efficiency. Since 2007, attendees have enjoyed significant value in meeting and mingling with thought leaders and game-changing innovators from the industry at this important networking opportunity. Each year, the conference features more than 20 sessions covering cutting-edge developments in this dynamic and fast-growing space, and provides a foundation for tracking progress as energy efficiency and related socially responsible investments progress toward the mainstream.

The Energy Efficiency Finance Forum is an intimate venue for learning, meeting new partners, forming innovative collaborations and initiatives, and sourcing deals.

Key topics from recent Forums include:

  • Deal-sourcing and capital. Each Finance Forum captures the most recent developments within this market and sheds a light on exciting new investment opportunities.
  • Financing models and structures. Implementers across the country discuss how they’re deploying innovative market mechanisms such as on-bill repayment and Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE).
  • Program design. Industry experts share lessons learned on how to structure utility, state, and local programs for maximum market penetration and impact.
  • Driving demand.  Hear about the latest findings on customer motivation for pursuing energy efficiency as well as new policies and private sector solutions that are driving investment.
  • Impact of the policy landscape. Policymakers discuss the market opportunity generated by shifts in the federal, state, and local policy landscape including EPA Rule 111(d), benchmarking and disclosure laws, energy efficiency resource standards, and resiliency planning.
  • Serving “hard to reach” markets.  Lenders and impact investors highlight untapped opportunities in traditionally underserved markets including LMI households, small business, and multifamily affordable housing.
  • Data initiatives, valuation, and underwriting.  Learn about the latest public and private efforts and initiatives to correct information asymmetries that inhibit proper evaluation of energy efficiency investments.

2015 Finance Forum Theme: A Critical Moment

There is a historically significant amount of capital poised for deployment into the market for energy efficiency investments. Shifts in the policy landscape and development to enhance community resiliency could set the stage for unprecedented levels of demand for projects. Can we seize the moment and match capital to projects?  Join us at this critical moment at the 2015 ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum.

 

Likely Participants Include: Clean-tech and energy efficiency investors; financiers; bankers,  real estate professionals; CDFIs and other mission-driven lenders; entrepreneurs; utility staff; local, state, and federal agency personnel; energy service company personnel; policymakers; NGOs; energy efficiency program planners, operators, and evaluators; and marketing experts.

 

http://www.aceee.org/conferences/2015/eeff

 



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