Mintz Levin's Energy and Clean Tech Renewable Energy Project Finance Report in the U.S.: An Overview and Midterm Outlook


Mintz Levin is pleased to provide you with a report addressing Renewable Energy Project Finance in the U.S.: An Overview and Midterm Outlook.

In this report, Mintz Levin provides an update on the current terms and availability of project financing for wind, solar and geothermal projects in the U.S. and forecasts the amount of project financing expected to be sought by the sector through 2012. In analyzing where this financing is likely to come from, Mintz Levin addresses the potential impacts of the upcoming expiration of the cash grant and changes to the tax equity supply — two main themes in the renewable energy project financing arena at present.

Please do not hesitate to contact any of the professionals in our Energy and Clean Tech practice for further information or if you have questions about the report.

For those in the Boston area, you might also want to check out the MIT Sloan Energy Finance Forum on December 3, 2010. The 2010 Energy Finance Forum will span the role of energy finance from early to late stage capital, including project finance. Keynotes and panelists this year include Ray Wood, Head of the U.S. Power Group and Global Alternative Energy Group at Credit Suisse; Dennis Costello, Managing Partner at Braemar Energy Ventures; Stu Porter, Chairman of Denham Capital Management; Gennaro D’Agostino, Director of the Asset Financing & Leasing at Deutsche Bank; and Dave Danielson, Program Director at


We look forward to seeing you there!

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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