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With over 20 years in marketing & product management for technology companies, Matthew leads the marketing team for Clean Power Research. To connect, please InMail via LinkedIn.  

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  • Jul 27, 2021

This link is a fantastic resource for those utilities or clean power professionals actively involved in solar project financing or those considering the topic that want to learn more from a panel of experts. 

How do solar project stakeholders define long-term solar project risk? In the SunCast Podcast The Value of Data on Solar Project Finance,” Clean Power Research's Skip Dise joins Nico Johnson (the podcast host), Heidi Larson, PE from ICF, and Hao Shen from kWh Analytics in a discussion about the past, present and future of solar project financing. 


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Matt Chester on Jul 27, 2021

Thanks for sharing, Matthew-- data is worth it's weight (well, I guess more than it's weight) in gold, for sure!

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Thank Matthew for the Post!
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