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Many developers report that the tide appears to be flowing out on tax equity. At the same time, the two largest tax equity investors say it is business as usual for them. We talked to Peter Cross, managing dire
On May 21 a US appeals court declined to overrule a lower court that barred developer fees paid to related parties from being included in the tax bases of two wind farms, California Ridge and Bishop Hill.
Developer fees in renewable energy projects took another blow on May 21 after a US appeals court declined to overrule a lower court that barred developer fees paid to a related party from being added to the tax
James Bowen, co-founder of Energetic Insurance, joins us to discuss his company’s story and the problems that its insurance policy solves. We get into who should consider using the product, the value propositio
Giovanni Bertolino, head of e-mobility at Enel X, joins us to discuss the rapidly evolving electric vehicle sector and the potential impact on the renewable grid. We discuss Enel X’s role in energy...
In times of economic and financial crisis, commercial lending and private sector investment into emerging markets – even for projects or opportunities with sound economics and credit fundamentals – often dry up
Keith Martin, partner in Washington, joins us to discuss the recent executive order banning equipment provided by companies in foreign adversary countries. We get into what the ban covers, which power projects
The US Treasury has released an online tool to help purchasers and lessees of real estate determine whether the deal is subject to review by CFIUS.
Ken Elser, senior vice president for project finance and M&A at DNV GL, joins us to discuss how independent engineers are seeing COVID-19 affect renewable energy projects.
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