The State of Hawaii’s Energy Excelerator Program, a state-supported incubator funded in part by the U.S. Department of Energy and Office of Naval Research, announced today that kWh Analytics has been accepted as one of only 17 companies to their 2015 cohort.
We are proud to announce that Jason Kaminsky has joined kWh Analytics as the Vice President of Partnerships. Jason will focus his efforts on the company’s relationships with our customers and partners. Given his deep sector experience, he will be an ideal complement to our team.
kWh has published an article entitled “A Primer of Collateral-Related Risks Associated with Solar ABS” with the Journal of Structured Finance, a respected publication under the Institutional Investor Journal group.
The kWh Analytics team will be making the trip to Los Angeles to meet with the US Department of Energy as well as the other SunShot awardees. We will be exhibiting their technology at Booth 2531, please drop by and visit us!
Hundreds of solar investors, prospective issuers, and service providers convened in New York City to discuss solar securitization.
Residential solar has suddenly become a very hot topic with the advent of SolarCity’s inaugural solar securitization two months ago. kWh Analytics CEO Richard Matsui will be speaking on “A Residential Solar ABS Case Study: Analyzing Challenges and Solutions” with other industry luminaries Jorge Vargas (Morgan Stanley), Richard Mull (KPMG), Winston Chang (S&P), and Andrew Giudici (Kroll).
We’re at Solar Power International 2013 with the Department of Energy, and are proud to announce that our firm has been selected to receive a coveted SunShot Award. Hundreds of firms apply for this award, with an acceptance rate that DOE Sunshot Director Minh Le describes as “tougher than getting into Harvard.”
kWh Analytics CEO Richard Matsui traveled to Miami to join 3,000 attendees in the structured finance community to speak about the solar asset class. He was joined by fellow panelists Benjamin Shih (Moodys), Kent Williams (Lease Dimensions), Andrew Giudici (Kroll), and George Ashton (Sol Systems) on “Assessing Asset Performance and Creditworthiness.”
In September, kWh Analytics CEO Richard Matsui will be joining Nat Kreamer (CPF) and Chase Weir (TruSolar) to speak on the topic of “Renewable Energy in the Digital Age.”
“Risk Management: The Role of Data and Servicers in Solar ABS”
kWh Analytics CEO Richard Matsui will be attending the industry’s first-ever solar securitization conference. He will be joined by Kent Williams (Lease Dimensions), Chris DiAngelo (Katten Muchin), Ram Akella (Centrosolar).