How do you finance energy efficiency? Join us to explore innovative models and find out what works, and why. Our dynamic event will help you get started on financing projects that save energy, reduce costs, and create jobs.
We want you to succeed, because the energy efficiency revolution will be impossible without effective financing options. Energy Efficiency financing is already a multi-billion dollar industry, but it has the potential to become hundreds of billions of dollars.
For more than a decade, the Finance Forum has brought together a diverse mix of participants. We welcome clean-tech investors, financiers, real estate professionals, policymakers, efficiency program planners, NGO members as well as the staff of utilities and energy companies.
Find out which organizations participated in the 2016 Finance Forum here.
Likely Participants: Clean-tech and energy efficiency investors; financiers; 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.
Joel Freehling, CB&I Anmol Vanamali, VEIC
2017 Advisory Committee
|Scott Bernstein||Center for Neighborhood Technologies|
|Matthew Brown||Harcourt, Brown, & Carey|
|Megan Campbell||Opinion Dynamics|
|Sandy Fazeli||National Association of State Energy Officials|
|Maria Fields||Joule Assets|
|Julia Friedman||Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance|
|Alfred Gaspari||Pacific Gas and Electric Company|
|Bert Hunter||Connecticut Green Bank|
|Robert Johnson||Hannon Armstrong|
|Chris Kramer||Energy Futures Group|
|Molly Lunn||Illinois Office of Energy & Recycling|
|Jeffrey Schub||Coalition for Green Capital|
|Jim Wheaton||BLG Consulting|
The Call for Panel Ideas is now closed. We value your input and are carefully reviewing submissions. If your panel idea is accepted, you will hear from a program organizer.