State of the Industry Webinar: Outlook for Growth and
Investment in 2020

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 | 12:00 – 1:30 PM EST

The State of the Industry Webinar, a quarterly series produced in partnership between ACORE and BloombergNEF, offers the latest intelligence and analysis on the renewable energy sector.

Recent and anticipated federal policy developments pose a range of opportunities and uncertainties for the renewable sector. Meanwhile, as the election season swings into high gear, conversations continue to evolve around climate and clean energy priorities. Experts will address what these legislative and regulatory developments could mean for near-term sector investment and finance in 2020, while considering:

    • How will the one-year extension of the PTC – at 60% for wind projects that start construction in 2020 – and the commencement of the ITC phasedown affect development pipelines? Could there be another opportunity for tax legislation this spring?
    • With FERC’s order to expand the Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR) in PJM’s capacity market and create an administrative price floor, what will happen to the 38 GW of new renewable power set to come online in the RTO’s territory? Could there be repercussions in other wholesale markets?
    • Will offshore wind development resume this year aided by NEPA reform, having been delayed by BOEM review?
    • How are tariffs affecting the costs of new renewable systems?

Policy Update:

Greg Wetstone
President & CEO
ACORE

Bill Parsons
Chief Operating Officer
ACORE

 

Markets Update:

Ethan Zindler
Head of Americas
BloombergNEF

 

Speakers:

Craig Gordon
Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs
Invenergy, LLC

Frank Palladino
Managing Director
CohnReznick Capital

Wolf Pohl
Partner,
Orrick

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