Navigating the nuances of solar risk management was the focus of a workshop, “Solar Risk Management: What Is It and Why It Matters to Investors, Sponsors & Asset Managers,” at the recent Solar Asset Management North America (SAMNA) conference in San Francisco.
The Solar Energy Industries Association published a guide called “Best Practices for Solar Risk Management” in September. Jason Kaminsky, chief operating officer of kWh Analytics and the author of the guide, Ed Rossier, a director of project management for renewable energy investments at US Bank, and Mike Mendelsohn, senior director of project finance and capital markets at the Solar Energy Industries Association, talked about the topic during a webinar in November.
Join us for a roundtable discussion focused on the newly released Best Practices in Solar Risk Management report, co-authored by SEIA and kWh Analytics.
solar risk management (sō-lər \ risk \ ma-nij-mənt ) noun 1. The practice of managing and measuring risk within a solar investment portfolio; a term of art directed at financial investors with exposure to operating solar projects in the form of structured investment vehicles, and in particular investors providing various forms of debt, tax equity, or cash equity.