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Search Results: "Green Bonds" OR "New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds (New CREBs)" OR "Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds (QECBs)" OR "Bond Finance%5Property Assessed Clean Energy Bonds (PACE)"
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Financing Low-Carbon Buildings and Energy Efficiency in the Green Bond MarketMembers only Login
There are substantial opportunities to leverage green bonds to finance low-carbon buildings and energy efficiency in the country. Issuance across the world shows that capital markets can be accessed to finance energy efficiency and buildings....
Growing Green Bond Markets: The Development of Taxonomies to Identify Green Assets Members only Login
Green bond guidelines are being implemented across the globe to support issuers and investors in selecting and reporting on suitable projects. However, a gap of adoption of green definitions remains, suggesting the need to develop consistent...
Building Resiliency Through Green InfrastructureMembers only Login
Cities have recently integrated more green infrastructure strategies into their climate resiliency planning. Creating climate-resilient cities takes more than a series of infrastructure investments; more than sea walls and permeable pavement. It...
CDFA - PFM Capital Markets Webinar Series: Financing for Climate ResilienceMembers only Login
During this webinar, Eric Espino with PFM, Heather Green with the City and County of San Francisco, and Bob Gamble with PFM discussed how cities are addressing the challenges of climate change and the types of bond and financing structures being...
Growing the U.S. Green Bond MarketMembers only Login
The United States’ deteriorating infrastructure is woefully underprepared to address the challenge of adapting to climate change. The funding gap has presented an opportunity for global capital markets to create investment vehicles that provide...
Finance Guide for Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge Design TeamsMembers only Login
The purpose of this guide, produced by NHA Advisors, is to assist design teams that are part of the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge (RbD) by providing a funding and financing reference guide for resilient infrastructure along the San...
Energy Finance: The Green Bank Model in New EnglandMembers only Login
Brian McCarter. CEO of Sustainable Real Estate Solutions, explores the Green Bank Model for clean energy investment as well as opportunities to expand the use of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) to both commercial and residential sectors.
Laura Franke, Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)Members only Login
Laura Franke explains PACE in the state of California and discusses what's next for PACE in California as our industry experts consider regulations, local consumer protection, and expanding commercial and residential programming in the Golden State.
Arizona Bond Market OutlookMembers only Login
Nick Dodd, Managing Director from RBC Capital Markets discuss current trends in the Arizona bond market.
Financing Improvements for Energy Efficiency in Ohio - Current TrendsMembers only Login
Energy development is the fastest growing area of development finance nationwide. Caleb Bell (Bricker & Eckler LLP) discuss the financing mechanisms behind energy efficiency loans and bonds in Ohio.
Financing Improvements for Energy Efficiency in OhioMembers only Login
Energy development is the fastest growing area of development finance nationwide. Paul Toth (Toledo-Lucas county Port Authority) discuss the financing mechanisms behind energy efficiency loans and bonds in Ohio.
Moody's Assigns its First Green Bond Assessment to Dutch Mortgage DealMembers only Login
Moody's Investors Service has released a report from their first assigned Green Bond Assessment (GBA) of GB1 to GREEN STORM 2016 B.V., a Dutch green residential mortgage-backed securitisation (RMBS).
Green Striping Bond FinanceMembers only Login
Diversity in the environmental asset class is suffering from high minimum issuance sizes and monitoring costs. Green striping could be the solution.
Financing Resilient InfrastructureMembers only Login
The U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Office of Economic Resilience released this fact sheet on financing high-performance infrastructure, which are designed to help stretch public funding further. They are also useful for communities that...
Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds Known Issued by State - May 2016Members only Login
Energy Consortium provides an update to reflect newly Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QCEB) issuances known issued by states.
Energy Investment Partnerships: Product Offerings & Market Assessment
Factsheet 2 of the Energy Investment Partnerships covers clean energy through bond markets, credit enhancements and capital markets, property assessed clean energy, and market assessment.
Assessing Green Bonds
In response to the expansive growth in U.S. Public Finance green bond issuance, Moody’s has recently launched its Green Bond Assessment (GBA) service. Henry Shilling will explain green bonds and how a GBA will provide green bond issuers an...
Energy Investment Partnerships: What Is It & How to Get Started
CDFA and the U.S. Department of Energy have partnered to produce the Energy Investment Partnerships Webinar Series and a set of four Fact Sheets. Each Fact Sheet will summarize the best practices covered in the corresponding webinar and provides...
IRS Publication 4078: Private Activity BondsMembers only Login
This IRS Publication 4078, Tax-Exempt Private Activity Bonds, provides a revised overview of the general federal tax law rules that apply to qualified private activity bonds.
New Clean Renewable Energy BondsMembers only Login
This Notice under § 54C(a) of the Internal Revenue Code provides related guidance on the following: (1) application requirements for requests for volume cap allocations; and (2) the method that the Department of the Treasury and the IRS will use to...
Green Bond Sector In-DepthMembers only Login
Moody's report on green bonds covers the global market segment, issuance trends and outlook, drivers behind green bond issuance, challenges to growth, first update to Green Bond Principles, and how Moody's rate green bonds.
Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds - 2014
In this report by the Energy Programs Consortium, an update is given on Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds (QECBs) including utilization trends.
What Cities Should Do: A Guide to Resilient Power PlanningMembers only Login
In this paper by the Clean Energy Group, program and policy information, finance tools, and best practices are explored concerning resilient power and disaster planning.
Public-Private Clean Energy FinanceMembers only Login
Jason Rittenberg of CDFA introduces several energy financing programs from around the country giving an idea of the spectrum of tools available for economic development organizations involved in clean energy finance.
Energy Bond FinancingMembers only Login
Emmett Kelly of Frost Brown Todd details several energy bonds including Clean Renewable Energy Bonds, Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds, PACE Financing, and Solid Waste Facilities.
Assessing the Appropriate Finance Tool for Energy DevelopmentMembers only Login
Laura Franke with Public Finance Management gives an overview of the options available for energy development.
Energy Bonds - Illinois Project Case StudiesMembers only Login
Rich Frampton of the Illinois Finance Authority shares a few case studies on various energy bond transactions including a public university, a hospital, and a solid waste disposal.
Yale CDFA April Webcast SlidesMembers only Login
The second installment of the Yale CEFF & CDFA Energy Finance Webinar Series focuses on innovative state and local programs successfully catalyzing clean energy. Speakers discuss the role of purchasing power agreements, PACE, and energy efficiency...
Getting to Green: Paying for Stormwater and Green InfrastructureMembers only Login
The U.S. EPA released this report as a general guide local decision-makers, summarizing the advantages and disadvantages of the funding sources for green infrastructure and stormwater utilities in particular.
Florida's City of Venice Issues $15.4M Green Muni BondMembers only Login
The City of Venice, Florida, has issued a $15.4M green muni bond. It has 18 tranches with maturities ranging from 2016-2035 and coupons between 2-5%. The bond is rated AA, Aa2 and AA by S&P, Moody's and Fitch respectively.
Yale CDFA March WebcastMembers only Login
The first installment of the Yale CEFF & CDFA Energy Finance Webinar Series focuses on the impact that tested development finance tools can have on clean energy investment. Speakers discussed the role leveraged bond financing structures, non-energy...
Why Bond Financing?Members only Login
Toby Rittner of CDFA shares the importance that bonds play in the world of development finance, detailing the many different variations of this loan mechanism.
New Clean Renewable Energy BondsMembers only Login
Doug Lamb of McGuire Woods shares info on the 2015 volume cap application and allocation procedures for the new clean renewable energy bonds.
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: $1.4B in New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds AvailableMembers only Login
In the February 2015 CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast, the allocation of $1.4 billion in New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds was discussed by Doug Lamb of McGuire Woods LLP, John May of Stern Brothers & Co., and Anna Van Degna of Stifel Nicolaus & Company,...
Innovations in Financing Clean EnergyMembers only Login
Several speakers outline recent innovations in the use of bonds and power purchase agreements for clean energy initiatives.
Financing for Energy Efficiency and The SAVES PlatformMembers only Login
Greg Montgomery of Abundant Power provides an overview of several programs involving energy efficiency financing. This includes PACE and SC Saves.
What Do We Know About Energy in SC?Members only Login
Ashlie Lancaster from the SC Energy Office explains the current state of energy consumption in SC and provides several examples of state and federal incentives that can be used to finance new energy efficiency projects.
IRS Municipal Bond Report 2011Members only Login
In 2014, the IRS released this report on information for tax-exempt and direct payment bonds issued in 2011. The first section provides an overview of the market by State. The next section discusses direct payment bond programs and presents data for...
Ohio Air Quality Development AuthorityMembers only Login
Todd Nein outlines the methods used by the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority (OAQDA) in financing development projects.
Green Bonds for Green InfrastructureMembers only Login
The 2014 mid-year update “Green Bonds Growing Green Infrastructure” focuses on the bond markets’ addition of green, impact and ESG (environmental, social, governance) targeted bond issues.
Bonds and Climate Change Market - 2013Members only Login
This report from the Climate Bonds Initiative is an in depth analysis of the climate bonds market's size. It outlines some investments related to climate change, the key investments themes & regional markets, and identifies three key ways to...
The Opportunity for Energy Efficiency Financing Programs in the SEMembers only Login
In this report, the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance examine the barriers and drivers of successful efficiency programs, deliberate upon what financing roles are most appropriate for SEEA involvement going forward, and make recommendations about...
Green Bonds: Fifty Shades of GreenMembers only Login
RBC Capital Markets provides a report on green bonds. Included in the report is an overview of green bonds, what the current market looks like globally, and the growth opportunity for green bonds in North America.
CE+BFI Webinar: 501(c)(3) Bonds for Clean Energy Projects
For this webinar on a new clean energy bond finance model, CE+BFI examines Qualified 501(c)(3) bonds as a mechanism for communities with 501(c)(3) organizations seeking to undertake significant clean energy projects
Clean Energy Bond Finance Model: Qualified 501(c)(3) Bonds
The Clean Energy + Bond Finance Initiative created this recommended financing model factsheet for clean energy development. The Qualified 501(c)(3) model achieves low-cost capital for renewable energy installations at nonprofit facilities.
Clean Energy Finance through the Bond Market: A New Option for Progress
This report from CDFA, Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program and Clean Energy Group demonstrates the tremendous potential for state and local bonding agencies to support clean energy investment through the bond market.
2013 in Statistics: Refunding Opportunity Dries UpMembers only Login
Bond Buyer released their annual review of the municipal bond market, highlighting major trends and activities across the industry. Highlights include: refunding decline, insurance, state revenue outlooks and more.
Energy Solutions Workshop - Financing Options for Illinois Businesses and Institutions
Illinois Finance Authority emphasizes the use of loans and bonds to provide the lowest cost of capital possible to public, private, and nonprofit borrowers for energy efficiency improvements.
Energy Efficiency Financing Options for Public InstitutionsMembers only Login
Citigroup provides an overview of policies, strategies and financing tools available to finance energy efficiency improvements for public institutions and buildings.
Working Paper: State Green Banks for Clean EnergyMembers only Login
Hallie Kennan with Energy Innovation explains the impetus behind the creation of green banks, a structural overview, purposes, and a detailed case study.
SEE Action - Credit Enhancement Overview GuideMembers only Login
The SEE Action Network released this primer provides an overview of key considerations for policymakers, program administrators, and partners on designing and implementing successful credit enhancement strategies to catalyze clean energy investment.
Solarize Connecticut - Phase 1 ReportMembers only Login
This report identifies the key components of Solarize Connecticut based on a highly successful pilot program and lessons learned. In each Solarize community residential solar installations more than doubled during a 20 week period.
California Energy Efficiency Financing Pilot ProgramsMembers only Login
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved a decision to have the investor-owned utilities implement energy efficiency financing pilots for both residential and non-residential properties. This presentation describes CAEATFA's role...
Investing in the Clean Trillion: Closing the Clean Energy Investment GapMembers only Login
This Ceres report provides 10 recommendations for investors, companies and policymakers to increase annual global investment in clean energy to at least $1T by 2030 - roughly a four-fold jump from current investment levels.
Clean Energy for Resilient Communities: Expanding Solar Generation in Baltimore's Low-Income NeighborhoodsMembers only Login
Robert Sanders and Lewis Milford with the Clean Energy Group make a number of innovative recommendations for expanding the use of solar generation for community development, specifically in low-income neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland.
Funding a Bioenergy Project - Bioenergy FinanceMembers only Login
Les Krone and Gina Bernstein with Stern Brothers explore risk mitigation related to financing a bioenergy project using bonds. The authors highlight debt markets, bond financing, risk, risk mitigation, due diligence and more.
Green Bond Principles: Guidelines for Issuing Green BondsMembers only Login
Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase helped publish a guide to bond finance for clean energy and climate projects after a record year for the market in 2013. The document includes guidance for: use of proceeds, process for project evaluation, management of...
Renewable Energy - Start to FinishMembers only Login
Dan McRae with Seyfarth Shaw explores renewable energy projects from start to finish including: site location, development, financing, construction, and commercial operations. McRae also shares a variety of specific bond, incentive, and tax credit...
Using Bond Financing Mechanisms for Your Energy ProjectMembers only Login
Tina Neal with Perseverance Capital Advisors discusses key points in determining financing structures for energy projects, the roles and benefits of various ownership entities, and a variety of private bond financing options.
Renewable Energy Bond Financing ToolsMembers only Login
Emmett Kelly with Frost Brown Todd covers PACE bonds and energy special improvement districts from program details to challenges and implementation examples.
Assessing the Appropriate Development Financing Tool for Energy DevelopmentMembers only Login
Craig Hill with the Clean Fund provides public policy objectives, project facilitation, financing programs, grant programs and other relevant information available to communities looking to explore EE/RE initiatives.
PACE Financing - Key Features and Case StudiesMembers only Login
Cliff Staton with Renewable Funding covers the evolution and exponential growth of PACE and special district financing for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Staton also shares several PACE case studies.
Bond Financing for Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy ProjectsMembers only Login
John Semeniak with McGuire Woods compares tax-exempt private activity bonds and qualified energy conservation bonds for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Laying the Energy Financing LandscapeMembers only Login
Katie Kramer with CDFA provides a brief introduction and overview of the energy landscape as well as insight into some of the most innovative energy financing programs across the country.
California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing AuthorityMembers only Login
Deana Carrillo with California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority provides a summary of bonds, tax exclusion, energy efficiency financing, and an update on residential PACE in California.
Renewable Energy Finance Solar Securitization: A Status ReportMembers only Login
NREL details the securitization of the cash flows associated with distributed solar systems which represents an emerging investment opportunity for institutional money managers.
The Bottom Line: Public-Private Finance Tools for Energy EfficiencyMembers only Login
The World Resources Institute explores five public-private financing mechanisms to help governments and business understand how they can leverage energy efficiency investments.
Introduction to Pollution Control Financing in CaliforniaMembers only Login
Pollution Control Financing is a technique for using tax-exempt bonds or notes issued by a state or local government entity to provide the funds for various capital costs for private businesses. This paper will give an introduction to overcoming...
Anatomy of the Deal: CE+BFI Examines Innovative NYSERDA Bond Deal
The Clean Energy + Bond Finance Initiative crafted an 'Anatomy of the Deal' document to highlight the main aspects of the NYSERDA Energy Efficiency Bond project and provide a comprehensive list of resources.
California Business Investment Guide
The State of California – Business Investment Guide serves as a reference document to highlight California’s strategic business advantages, new state-sponsored initiatives, incentives as well as existing technical and financial assistance programs.
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority Bond Programs & PACE FinancingMembers only Login
David Rogers with Frost Brown Todd discusses Ohio Air Quality Development Authority's (OAQDA) clean energy bond programs. Rogers explores qualifying projects, economic impacts, power purchase agreements, qualified energy conservation bonds, and PACE...
Clean Energy & Energy Finance: Overcoming Challenges & Delivering SuccessMembers only Login
Kate Tompkins with Squire Sanders addresses challenges in clean energy and energy finance. Furthermore, Tompkins touches on important financing considerations, and assessing various sources of capital to find the best match for your particular...
Lender Support Handbook - A Toolkit for Obtaining Lender ConsentMembers only Login
PACENow's Lender Support Handbook provides general guidelines for PACE borrowers and program administrators who seek consent from an existing mortgage lender for a PACE project, particularly when consent is being sought from a new and uninitiated...
Commercial Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Finance - Third EditionMembers only Login
The U.S. Department of Energy released the Third Edition Update on commercial PACE financing. The update presents an overview of PACE, dissects the PACE process, trending regulatory issues and topics in the industry, necessary steps to launch a...
Saving With Solar: Understanding Retail Solar PPAsMembers only Login
Stephen Pearlman with Inglesino, Pearlman, Wyciskala & Taylor demonstrates the versatility of P3s, specifically with renewable energy projects. Pearlman presents advantages, deal structure models, risks, regional approaches and case studies for...
CEFIA - Clean Energy Incentive ProgramsMembers only Login
Brian Farnen with Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA) discusses the organization's clean energy inventive programs. Farnen demonstrates the array of programs the green bank is able to offer, that are rare within the traditional...
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Financing Best PracticesMembers only Login
Anita Molino with Bostonia Partners discusses Energy Efficiency (EE) & Renewable Energy (RE) financing best practices including energy financing basics, issues with aggregation, markets, cost of capital, public-private partnerships, and case studies.
A Tale of Two States: Mechanisms for Pooled Energy FinanceMembers only Login
Steven Klein with First Infrastructure highlights how states with similar goals and different approaches were able to provide lower cost finance for energy loans. Klein explores the steps taken by both Alaska and New York and the unique obstacles...
Clean Energy Finance Progress and ProspectsMembers only Login
Michael Paparian with California State Treasurer's Office reports on the state of energy financing, specifically with emerging or nontraditional financing models for clean energy investment at the state level. Paparian discusses financing sources...
Reduce Risk, Increase Clean Energy: How States & Cities Are Using Old Finance Tools To Scale Up A New Industry
The Clean Energy + Bond Finance Initiative released this report detailing how states and cities are using bonds and other existing tools to finance clean energy development. The report explores state and city examples of new financial structures,...
An Explanation of Clean Renewable Energy BondsMembers only Login
Edwin Oswald and Michael Larsen from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe offer a comprehensive overview of Clean Renewable Energy Bonds. The paper provides information on the mechanics of CREBs, qualified issuers, allocation of national CREB volume...
PACENow 2012 Annual ReportMembers only Login
This annual report highlights progress to build a broad PACE marketplace. Included are examples of the ways that PACENow is leading and helping to make PACE an efficient and effective tool for implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy...
Clean Energy and Bonds: The New Infrastructure FinanceMembers only Login
Lew Milford with Clean Energy Group discusses the lending market and financing trends for clean energy developments. Milford explains the Clean Energy + Bond Finance Initiative, and how capital markets provide an avenue to spur investment in...
Energy Finance - Opportunities for Unlocking InnovationMembers only Login
Daniel McRae of Seyfarth Shaw provides information on the resources which are available for energy projects throughout the country including bonds, tax credits, public-private partnerships, EB-5, and much more. McRae explains the benefits of...
State of Michigan QECB Direct Allocation StatisticsMembers only Login
The State of Michigan received an allocation of $103.7M in QECBs. The Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth released this one-page document, providing allocations by municipality.
Energy 2030: Doubling U.S. Energy Productivity by 2030Members only Login
This report, published by the Alliance Commission on National Energy Efficiency Policy, is a policy outline to address capital, regulatory, and infrastructure barriers to increased investment in clean energy. The report concludes that the goal can...
Present Law and Background Information Related to Federal Taxation and State and Local Government FinanceMembers only Login
This document, prepared by the Joint Committee on Taxation, summarizes the provisions and discusses economic issues of allowing a deduction for certain State and local taxes, tax-exempt and tax-credit bond provisions, income tax, and the treatment...
Illinois Qualified Energy Conservation Bond ProgramMembers only Login
Illinois Finance Authority produced a document detailing volume cap allocations county-by-county across the state. The document explains benefits and potential projects that might qualify for QECBs.
California Energy & Bond Financing ProgramsMembers only Login
Michael Paparian with California Pollution Control Financing Authority shares financing innovations CPCFA has in place to incorporate as many tools as possible in order to maximize clean energy investments throughout California.
Business Oregon - 40 Years of Statewide Sustainable Energy PolicyMembers only Login
John Saris with Business Oregon showcases the benefits of 40 years of state supported sustainable energy initiatives. Saris demonstrates how Oregon has become one of the, if not the, national leader of clean energy finance.
Green Initiatives, Recovery Financing and Secondary Markets SecuritizationMembers only Login
Jeff Pitkin with New York State Energy Research and Development Authority discussed New York's ongoing efforts to support clean energy investment. Pitkin also describes the organization's approach when using different finance tools.
Clean Energy Finance and Investment AuthorityMembers only Login
Bert Hunter with Connecticut's Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority shared information about the Authority including strategy, state impact, national clean energy financing trends, deal structures, and more.
PACE Replication Guidance Package for Local Governments
Sonoma County prepared this Guidance Package to assist other local governments in developing a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program. The guide covers everything from definition to model programs, and everything between.
a2energy PACE Program for Commercial OwnersMembers only Login
The a2energy is a PACE program partnered between the City of Ann Arbor and Clean Energy Coalition. This appealing marketing document explains advantages of PACE, eligible owners and uses, application process, and funding.
Accelerating the Payment of PACE AssessmentsMembers only Login
This Clean Energy Financing Policy Brief from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a short and simple document that addresses various complex issues such as bond default, how property assessment acceleration works, protecting mortgage holders,...
Setting the PACE: Financing Commercial RetrofitsMembers only Login
Johnson Controls published a detailed report covering Property Assessed Clean Energy financing. The report explores the history of PACE, current market conditions, various financing models, case studies, and more.
Tax-Subsidized Financing Options for Energy Projects and ProgramsMembers only Login
This guide from Orrick, Harrington & Sutcliffe LLP review bond finance tools supporting clean energy, including PABs, CREBS, and QECBs.
Structuring the Deal - Combining and Leveraging Other Tools with BondsMembers only Login
James Snyder with Ice Miller details increasingly popular bond structures that combine a variety of tools, including loan funds, tax credits, TIF, credit enhancement, and others.
CDFA-Stern Brothers Renewable Energy Finance Webcast Series: A New Era of Energy Financing in the MidwestMembers only Login
The Midwest has quietly been transitioning into an economy driven by clean energy and innovation that builds on its strong roots in manufacturing and farming. We are now seeing wind farms, solar panel installations, and new energy research centers...
A New Era of Energy Financing in the Midwest Presentation
The Midwest has quietly been transitioning into an economy driven by clean energy and innovation that builds on its strong roots in manufacturing and farming. We are now seeing wind farms, solar panel installations, and new energy research centers...
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