Investment Elements in Distributed PV
- 28-01-2015 19.30 - 21.00
- Swanport Café, Beijing
In 2012, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory launched the Solar Access to Public Capital (SAPC) project, aimed to expand the availability and lower the cost of capital as the solar industry continues to mature through innovation. The efforts of hundreds of industry participants resulted in standard contracts, best practices, analytic capabilities such as system performance database, and engagement with rating agencies. Can these elements be part of the solution to access financing, which has been one of the main bottlenecks for distributed PV market development in China?
More information about the SAPC project:
About the Speaker
Tian Tian recently joined the Strategic Energy Analysis Center at the National Renewable Energy Lab in 2014. As an International Energy Analyst, she works on a portfolio of projects under the US China Renewable Energy Partnership. Prior to joining NREL she accumulated renewable energy industry experience with Goldwind, APCO, and MAKE Consulting. She’s a graduate of the Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service with a degree in Science Technology and International Affairs. Passionate about renewable energy, she is a long time follower of BEN.
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