Novogradac 2021 Renewable Energy Advanced Online Workshop - On-Demand

Experienced renewable energy stakeholders will benefit from this workshop, which focuses on asset management and accounting issues for renewable energy transactions. Learn about asset management considerations and investor reporting requirements, models to track asset and portfolio performance, syndicator responsibilities and new investor accounting considerations..

  • Original air date: May 12, 2021
  • Access to Recording Expired: August 14, 2021
  • Duration: 4 hours

Detailed topics:

  • Sponsor equity
    • Participants
    • Corporate tax management--partnership flip and sale leaseback transactions create taxable gain
    • Structure
    • Return expectations
    • Development expertise or lack thereof
  • Maximizing debt
    • Types of debt
    • Lending and underwriting standards
    • Role of production guarantees
    • Sponsor and USDA guarantees
    • Role of production estimates
    • Bridging the gap between traditional asset management
    • Electricity production to cash flows/collections to the fund to the partners
    • Sponsors
    • Lenders
    • Tax equity investors
    • Issues they encounter and see
  • Investor reporting requirements
    • Best practices
    • Tracking models
    • HLBV
    • Streamlining accounting and tax compliance

Instructors

Tong Tran, Principal, Novogradac

Maxine Rodenhuis, Finance Director, Lightsource bp – Sustainable Energy Company

Peter Manning,Manager, Novogradac

Sean Collins, Principal, Novogradac

Jonathan Bouvet, Vice President, City National Bank

Bahar Lotfalian, Vice President, City National Bank

Alvin Lee, Partner, Novogradac

Katelyn Edgar, Associate, TortoiseEcofin

Registration Rates*

Standard: $249

*The standard registration fee for live online workshops and for online workshop recordings covers a single viewer only. If multiple persons within an organization wish to view the workshop and/or its recording (regardless of whether they view it on a single computer or multiple computers), the organization must purchase a registration for each person.