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    Solar Executive MBA Training Online, 6 weeks, Feb 19 - Apr 1

  • 19 February 2018
Solar Executive MBA Training Online, 6 weeks, Feb 19 - Apr 1
Event Description

Access the tools, knowledge, and network you need to close solar deals, increase your bottom line, and grow your solar business.


The course gives you the financial modeling background and perspective often lacking in deal negotiations that will help you quickly and easily navigate the most complicated projects to find the quality projects you want to develop, own, and operate.

The course is taught by two instructors: Keith Cronin, who built and sold his solar installation business to SunEdison, and Christopher Lord, a lawyer with extensive banking experience who works with solar companies to find viable projects and qualified investors.

Change the status quo in the world by becoming part of a clean energy revolution that requires a highly refined and up-to-date professional skill set.



Please note - You'll need a recent version of Microsoft Excel and an intermediate level of skill using the software in order to be successful in this course.

This course doesn't offer college credit toward a degree. Rather, it's an intense, targeted learning experience for professionals who need to build a very specific skill set.

  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Instructors

      KEITH CRONIN - SUNHEDGE LLC
      Keith Cronin is an in-demand business consultant.
      He has helped solar companies achieve their goals through his perspective, recruiting, coaching sessions and products. After his company was acquired by SunEdison, he decided to help people and serve others in Hawaii and across the globe.
      After his tenure with SunEdison, he founded SunHedge. SunHedge assists small to medium size businesses to increase profitability by developing systems which streamline the workflow from sales to operations.
      He's also involved in solar farm development and works with hedge funds, venture groups, high net worth individuals and land owners to bring together both parties to structure financial instruments for their projects development and ongoing operations with bilateral agreements, FIT and negotiated PPA's.



      CHRIS LORD - MANAGING DIRECTOR, CAPIRON, INC.
      Christopher J. Lord is the Managing Director of CapIron, Inc., a firm focused, among other things, on helping clients plan, structure and close financings involving renewable energy projects, including Distributed Generation and Utility-Scale Projects. Mr. Lord graduated from Cornell Law School, and practiced corporate law in firms, and in-house, for over 25 years. He has been General Counsel of a publicly traded technology firm and energy finance firm, as well as counsel to energy development projects, utility financings, energy efficiency securitizations and renewable energy transactions. Over his career, he has closed more than $3 billion in financings.
      CapIron has provided consulting and modeling services for waste-to-energy projects, advisory services to a large-scale distributed generation solar project, consulting and advisory services in the solar thermal industry and early-stage development of a startup wind energy company.
  • Event type
    • Webinar

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