Moderated by Wade T. Blackmon of Kilpatrick Townsend.
Panelists included Elias B. Hinckley of Kilpatrick Townsend and Terry Batista, Director of the Navajo Nation Tribal Utility Authority.
“Private Capital: Financing Renewable Energy Projects” – Without attracting private capital to Indian Country, its natural wealth will never reach its full potential for the advancement of the Native Americans who live on that land and the United States as a whole. The government has made a large investment in the energy future of this country, but utility-scale renewable energy projects will be funded by banks and private investors. We will hear first hand from expert professionals experienced in financing renewable energy projects on how to get your project off the ground.
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