An error occurred trying to play the stream. Please reload the page and try again.Close
Founded in 1999, Marathon Capital has been involved in many pivotal energy transactions and company expansions in the areas of M&A, capital raising, project finance and tax equity advisory. We serve companies, developers, investors and sponsors in jurisdictions around the world. The firm is headquartered in Chicago, with offices in London, Canada, New York City and San Francisco. Representative offices are maintained in Houston and Brazil.
Ascend Analytics is an innovative software and consulting company at the forefront of the renewable energy transition. Founded in 2002, we are rapidly growing and have organically grown to a staff of 100. Our solutions are used by well over a 100 energy companies engaged in transforming power supply in North America and Europe. Ascend is owned and managed by a seasoned team with decades of software and energy expertise.
At Cantor Fitzgerald, we want to be a leading example of how to conduct business responsibly and sustainably. We aim to build upon our existing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) framework and deliver real and sustainable value for our stakeholders and the communities we operate in.
Cantor Fitzgerald actively strives towards the highest ESG standards throughout our organization. In practice, this means constantly honing our operational efficiency measures. It also means providing first-rate client services and supporting the varying needs of our workforce.
At Cantor Fitzgerald, sustainability is a key driver of our engagement with clients and how we conduct business. We provide investment banking services to companies, as well as risk management, research, sales, and trading.
Our commitment to sustainability reflects the responsibility we have to our stakeholders — our clients, our employees, and local communities — to build long-term value. Our ability to do that depends on investing in our people, managing responsibly, and supporting local initiatives.
We run our business with a culture of collective accountability. We hold ourselves to high standards. As a responsible corporate citizen, Cantor Fitzgerald is committed to meeting the highest standards of ethics, integrity, honesty, fairness, and professionalism in every respect, without exception, and at all times.
Achieving our business goals is critical to our success. We also believe the way in which we achieve them is just as important.
At Fundamental Renewables, we partner with developers, EPC contractors and system owners to provide project capital necessary to develop, build and operate world-class renewable energy systems. Deploying capital in the renewable space since 2014, Fundamental Renewables is able to provide innovative financing solutions at all project stages on either a single or portfolio basis ranging from $3M to over $300M. We provide transparency throughout our underwriting process, and our lower transaction costs and our efficient, seamless diligence process has produced a highly reliable track record of execution on over $4.75 billion of capital commitments, with over $900 million toward community solar projects. The Fundamental Renewables team has a collective 90+ years of renewable energy development experience and project finance expertise. For more information, please visit www.Fundamental.com.
With more than 800 professionals across a national platform, KeyBanc Capital Markets has more than $50 billion of capital committed to clients and an award-winning Equity Research team that provides coverage on over 600 publicly-traded companies. KeyBanc’s clients benefit from their deep expertise across seven focused industry sectors, including Consumer & Retail, Healthcare, Industrial, Public Sector, Real Estate, and Technology. KeyBanc Capital Markets is a trade name under which corporate and investment banking products and services of KeyCorp and its subsidiaries, KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC, and KeyBank National Association (“KeyBank N.A.“), are marketed.
Our Renewable Energy team provides our clients with unmatched wind, solar, biomass, biofuels, geothermal and hydroelectric energy experience. Clients seek our counsel on innumerable transactions ranging from the financing of the world’s largest land-based wind farm and the first offshore wind farms in the world to the development of both photovoltaic (PV) and concentrated solar plant (CSP) projects.
Our renewable energy expertise draws on multiple practice groups across the globe, with dedicated renewable energy teams based in each of our US offices, as well as in Beijing, Hong Kong, London, São Paulo, Singapore and Tokyo. Together we bring extensive knowledge in all aspects of development, financing, acquisition and disposition of renewable energy projects plus corporate finance, M&A, restructurings and workouts. Our specialists within the US have an in-depth understanding of Production Tax Credits (PTC), Investment Tax Credits (ITC) and other tax incentives available for renewable energy projects and related qualifications and requirements across the country in order to effectively structure tax equity transactions. We routinely represent project developers, sponsors, lenders, investors, and other parties across the whole renewable energy value chain, including the acquisition, divestiture and financing of portfolios of renewable assets.
Ranked nationally as a top-tier practice, we proactively identify and manage the challenges posed by both federal and state regulations for utilities and other major stakeholders. With the knowledge of industry insiders, we help clients develop and bring new opportunities to market.
Clients such as national and regional utilities, generators, ISOs, RTOs, and pipeline and holding companies rely on our team to resolve critical regulatory matters as they arise. We work closely with clients to develop innovative solutions to their most pressing business challenges, and have handled matters whose outcomes have, or will, alter how energy is valued, distributed, stored, and sold. For example, we assisted a utility with creating a methodology to value distributed generation, and helped another client change federal regulatory policy to allow for the first grid-scale battery storage unit to participate fully in a regional energy market. Clients engage us for guidance and strategic direction throughout their business cycle to develop, plan, and execute upon new and emerging opportunities for growth.
Several of our attorneys have in-house government experience, which enables us to better anticipate the potential outcomes and barriers to our clients’ goals. Our work before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state utility commissions includes the full spectrum of permitting, licensing, rulemaking, enforcement, litigation, and oversight.
We assist in the resolution of competition-related issues such as mergers and acquisitions, market-based rate authority for generators, organized RTO and ISO markets, OATT and transmission compliance, capacity and ancillary services, and issues related to the nation’s bilateral energy markets. At the state level, we are deeply experienced in handling fuel cost recovery proceedings, certification cases for new generation including new nuclear generation, generator interconnections, rate cases, RFPs for purchase power and renewable resources, integrated resource planning, and qualifying facility contracting processes.
Our team is recognized as a “National Top-Tier” Energy Practice and was named “Practice Group of the Year” for 2021 by Law360. In addition, we received the 2023 “Law Firm of the Year” distinction for Energy Law in U.S. News - Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” edition, and ranked nationally by Chambers USA and The Legal 500 guides for our work, including transactional, regulatory litigation matters involving both conventional and renewable resources. Public Utilities Fortnightly recognized our attorneys as “Groundbreaking Lawyers.”
For more than six decades, the firm has represented the technology pioneers associated with virtually every milestone innovation. Today, Wilson Sonsini is synonymous with ushering promising, innovative companies through their business life cycle. As their clients have grown, so has their firm. The firm now represent many of the largest companies in the world—and thousands of the smallest ones, too.
At PVH we know that one product cannot be the solution for all needs. That is why we have developed the widest range of solar trackers and structures in the market. Thanks to our different products, we can adapt in an optimal way to different terrains, inclinations, climatologies, always offering the lowest LCOE, an adjusted CAPEX and OPEX and the maximum efficiency of the solar plant.
Our solutions for independent row, dual-row, multi-row or our cost-effective fixed structure, allows the adaptation to any configuration and any type of module with security, reliability and in record time.
Altus Group provides the global energy and commercial real estate industries with vital actionable intelligence solutions driven by our technology, asset level data, and market leading expertise. Providing Intelligence as a Service™, Altus empowers developers and investors to make well-informed decisions with greater speed and scale to maximize returns and reduce risk.
Altus’s Tax team is the leading provider of state and local tax consulting services for utility-scale renewables in the U.S. and Canada. Our comprehensive state and local tax services are relevant throughout the asset lifecycle and include creating and analyzing state and local tax projections, negotiating discretionary incentives, and pursuing tax appeals opportunities.
American Battery Solutions Inc. design & manufacture safe, efficient, and reliable energy storage systems that are easy to purchase, install, operate and maintain.
In 2007, their ambitious team pioneered the world’s first self-contained 2 MW energy storage system (ESS). Years later, the same group developed the industry’s first 4 MWh containerized system achieving US and European safety approvals. Today the ABS-ESS team has over 150 years of combined energy storage design, engineering, manufacturing and deployment experience.
CIT is a division of First Citizens Bank, the largest family-controlled bank in the United States, continuing a unique legacy of strength, stability and long-term thinking that has spanned generations. Parent company, First Citizens BancShares, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCNCA) is a top 20 U.S. financial institution with more than $100 billion in assets. The company’s commercial banking segment brings a wide array of best-in-class lending, leasing and banking services to middle-market companies and small businesses from coast to coast. First Citizens also operates a nationwide direct bank and a network of more than 600 branches in 22 states, many in high-growth markets. Industry specialists bring a depth of expertise that helps businesses and individuals meet their specific goals at every stage of their financial journey. Discover more at cit.com/firstcitizens.
We understand the development process and risks at early stages of development. We provide equity that allows development teams to prove out their business model and grow into larger pools of capital.
In addition to capital, we provide expertise to help a development team grow. Once the business plan is more mature, we then assist the developer to source the best permanent capital option among an expanded investor universe, maximizing value to the developer.
We analyze and execute opportunities across a wide range of sustainable technologies. Executed transactions in fiber processing, recycling, carbon capture, and RNG.
Nexus Dev Cap is partnered with Nexus PMG, a sustainable infrastructure project development, engineering, and operations company. Investment decisions and ongoing operational guidance leverage the expertise gained by decades of advisory, project development, and asset management experience.
An error occurred trying to play the stream. Please reload the page and try again.Close