On April 27, 2018, Pierce Atwood energy and project finance partner Merrill Kramer will moderate a panel of energy industry leaders to discuss “Corporate Solar Procurement 101: Understanding Sourcing Options & Customer Needs.” The panel will address current strategies in corporate solar procurement, including technology alternatives, project ownership and leasing, mitigating basis risk, renewable energy credit ownership, and common pitfalls in corporate procurement.
Merrill is outside counsel to the Coalition of Renewable Energy Users and Developers (CORE) and a member of SEIA’s Solar Goes Corporate Advisory Committee. Merrill works closely with industry and political leaders in formulating and implementing laws and regulations to encourage renewable energy development.
SEIA’s “Solar Goes Corporate” is the leading forum to discuss and learn how businesses can effectively procure, deploy, and invest in solar energy. Leaders from across the solar industry and the business community will gather to discuss critical trends, challenges, and solutions relating to expanding commercial and industrial solar markets. Conference participants include companies such as Target, L'Oreal, Whole Foods, Bank of America, General Motors, Philips, Raytheon, Boston Properties, Federal Realty Investment Trusts, and more.
Click here for more information on SEIA’s "Solar Goes Corporate" Conference, taking place in Boston on April 26-27.
SEIA, the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry, represents organizations that promote, manufacture, install, and support the development of solar energy.