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Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit

March 19 - March 21

The Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit is recognized as the leading gathering place for the industry’s deal-makers. Each year, senior-level solar and financial executives mingle in an intimate setting that provides for an efficient, in-depth, and focused networking experience. From beginning to end, the Summit offers up constant opportunities to meet key dealmakers, learn about their plans for the upcoming year, and capitalize on new prospects that will lead to successful deals. Networking opportunities extend into the night with hosted dinners and other activities.

The Summit is the primary industry event where industry players come to stay abreast of the latest advances on the solar financing landscape. It also provides valuable insights into the ongoing developments in the industry, highlights upcoming strategic opportunities and explores the industry’s efforts to overcome pressing challenges.

The Summit’s unique environment has led past attendees to rate it as the best solar event in the industry—“worth every minute of my time,” says one attendee.

Executive Briefing – March 19, 2019
SOLAR MARKET OUTLOOK AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT LANDSCAPE
Get the latest information on the business development landscape and which markets will be offering up opportunities for growth.

Workshop – March 19, 2019
SOLAR MARKET FINANCE & INVESTMENT GUIDE FOR EMERGING DEVELOPERS AND INVESTORS
Get a comprehensive primer on the financing of and investing in solar power in today’s solar market.

Summit – March 20-21, 2019
SOLAR POWER FINANCE & INVESTMENT GUIDE FOR EMERGING DEVELOPERS AND INVESTORS
Get a comprehensive primer on solar power financing and investing in today’s market.

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Omni La Costa Resort
5835 Owens Ave Carlsbad, CA 92008 + Google Map
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