It’s not even halfway through 2014 and already members of the RadianGEN  team have had the opportunity to share their solar asset management (SolarAM) expertise at a handful of leading industry conferences, including Greentech Media’s Solar Summit, the Solar O&M North American Conference and the Solar Power Colorado Conference.

Distributed Solar East 2014

Now, we’re thrilled to announce that RadianGEN CEO Chad Sachs is scheduled to participate on a panel at Distributed Solar East Summit 2014 in Arlington, Virginia, later this month.

This event takes place May 21-22 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Washington DC-Crystal City and is considered a must-attend gathering for solar project developers and integrators, investors, utilities, regulators, lenders, panel suppliers, contractors, installers and EPCs.

It’s the place to be for members of the distributed solar sector and the financial community who are interested in learning more about business models, business management practices and financing strategies to support further growth of distributed solar.

AT THIS YEAR’S DISTRIBUTED SOLAR EAST SUMMIT, ATTENDEES CAN EXPECT TO LEARN ABOUT THE FOLLOWING:

  • Power industry transformation and utilities’ strategies and plans for distributed solar
  • Regulators’ perspectives on planning for the increased penetration of distributed solar
  • The growth of the residential markets
  • Overcoming obstacles in the C&I market
  • What comes after solar securitization

Chad’s panel, Seizing Opportunities in East Coast Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Solar Markets, will take place on May 21 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The panel – which will be moderated by Kenneth M. Kulak, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP – will focus on the strategies that C&I developers are adopting to overcome challenges in the C&I market that have been exacerbated in the East by boom and bust cycles. Chad and the other participants will answer some of the following questions:

  • What are the key challenges facing C&I developers and how are they responding in developing and financing projects under 500kw, 500kw to 2MW and 2-6MW?
  • How is the shifting market and competitive landscape affecting C&I business plans?
  • What strategies are needed to make big leaps in market growth?
  • What financing strategies/options are being pursued?
  • Are unregulated utility subsidiaries better able to address the sector’s challenges?

Click here to register for the Distributed Solar East Summit 2014.

 

As the U.S. solar industry continues to mature, we’re excited to have opportunities like this to discuss how SolarAM impacts the technical and financial success of existing solar projects. We look forward to seeing you at the Summit.

Follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest #SolarAM news.