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Managing Risks in Large Solar Energy Projects

Friday, November 20, 2015 6:00am - 7:00am EST  
Host: Definitive Solar Institute
By: Chris Lohmann, VP, Energi Insurance

Large renewable energy projects require substantial capital investments, and depend on predictable, long-term cash flows in order to provide investor returns that can attract that capital. Developers, operators and investors should understand the risks, and how to mitigate them.

Key questions that will be addressed in this insightful webinar include:

  • What are the risks in renewable energy projects, and to which party can they be assigned?
  • How can risks be managed, and at what cost?
  • Which risks can be eliminated?

Join us with energy risk expert, Christopher Lohmann , VP of Alternative Energy Solutions, Energi, Inc., to learn more as he shares insights and experiences on this essential topic.


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Chris Lohmann
Chris Lohmann

VP, Energi Insurance

As Vice President of Alternative Energy Solutions (AES), Chris focuses on managing the growth of Energi’s AES Warranty Programs—which recently announced projects in Hawaii and Toronto—as well as program development, business development and building strategic relationships. He works closely with Energi’s partners, insurance brokers/agents, policyholders and various stakeholders across the market, including banks and financial institutions that lend on renewable and energy efficiency projects.

Previously, Chris was a Senior Finance Policy Advisor at the Department of Energy, where he led the development of finance policy for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. While at DOE, Lohmann developed and led program activities to drive private capital investment in advanced domestic clean energy technologies. In this role, he assisted state and local governments in the establishment of more than 100 energy financing programs utilizing federal funds, which helped to raise more than $1 billion of committed private capital.