SunSpec Relaunching 2014 Solar Securitization & Grid Control Symposium in Webinar Format

Speakers will explore how asset-backed securitization may give the solar industry access to a much broader pool of investor.

SCOTTS VALLEY, CA, APRIL 17, 2014 -- The SunSpec Alliance, a trade group of distributed energy industry participants, announced today that its 2014 Solar Securitization & Grid Control Symposium, originally scheduled for April 22, is being relaunched in webinar format to increase speaker-and-audience interaction and to broaden the reach of the group's message.


The Solar Securitization & Grid Control webinars will address how the overall value equation is impacted by securitizing and grid control of distributed energy. Speakers will explore how asset-backed securitization may give the solar industry access to a much broader pool of investors, ultimately helping to cut the long-term cost of capital, reduce energy costs, and enhance liquidity in the solar project market.

Additional symposium details will be released as they become available.

For more information, please email tom@sunspec.org.

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