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June 28, 2017 Alfa Energy Advisors and Mayer Brown host another session of webinar addressing how tax reform could affect various tax equity structures for solar and wind projects and how the market is allocating tax reform risk between sponsors and tax equity investors. The discussion covered current trends in the tax equity market, compared time-based to yield-based partnership flip structures, and provided an update on "start of construction" guidance for tax credit qualification. Over 300 people joined the webinar. PDF
June 17, 2017 Alfa Energy Advisors serves as financial advisor to Alliant Energy Corporation in its acquisition of 225 MW Great Western Wind Project from EDF Renewable Energy. PDF
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May 2, 2017 Alfa Energy Advisors and Mayer Brown speak at a Bloomberg BNA seminar in New York City on how the potential tax reform could affect the various tax equity structures and how the market is allocating the tax reform risk between sponsors and tax equity investors. Detailed discussion covered flip partnership structuring for wind PTC and solar ITC yield- and time-based structures. Earnings impact and start of construction rules were also covered during the seminar. PDF
Mar 15, 2017 Alfa Energy Advisors contributes to an article "Tax cut talk complicates renewable deals" by Infra-Americas, a leading news and data provider to the infrastructure professionals. PDF
Dec 21, 2016 Alfa Energy Advisors serves as financial advisor to Franklin Park and Sammons Renewable Energy in a $241 million cash equity transaction with SolarCity involving five solar funds. Link
Jun 29, 2016 Alfa Energy Advisors and Mayer Brown host a live seminar in Chicago on wind and solar tax equity covering key topics on "start of construction", trends in the tax equity market, flip partnership structuring, financial modeling, and hypothetical liquidation at book value (HLBV) accounting. PDF
Feb 24, 2016 Alfa Energy Advisors and Akin Gump host a live seminar in New York City on tax-equity structuring, financial modeling and HLBV accounting. The seminar and webcast attracts 188 participants. PDF