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Jim Spano, Managing Partner, Spano Partner Holdings RENEW Podcast Episode 1

2020-08-21T19:08:48+00:00

Mr. Spano is a managing partner of Spano Partner Holdings and leads other ventures as a nationally recognized expert in solar development and finance. He is the co-founder and head of originations at RadiantREIT, which will be the first solar mortgage real estate investment trust in the country, established to offer long-term, fixed-rate debt that enables more self-ownership for developers and healthier balance sheets. Jim is also the co-founder of My-Resi, an energy storage development company using aggregated residential solar plus storage to operate as virtual power plants. Lastly, Jim is a co-founder of Above Grid, a DG development company partnered [...]

Jim Spano, Managing Partner, Spano Partner Holdings RENEW Podcast Episode 12020-08-21T19:08:48+00:00

How Family Offices Can Invest In Solar

2020-08-21T18:55:18+00:00

I recently outlined the factors that family offices should keep in mind when considering whether or not to invest in solar. It is safe to say that none of us anticipated the markets and our world would change so drastically since that story was published just a couple of months ago. But there is still great value in educating family offices about the different types of solar investment opportunities — especially given the current volatility in equity markets and the appetite for low-risk vehicles with returns above 10-year Treasury yields. Read a Full Story Here

How Family Offices Can Invest In Solar2020-08-21T18:55:18+00:00

What can solar learn from the 2008 financial crisis in the age of Covid-19?

2020-04-13T19:52:01+00:00

Even as global PV forecasts fall, tax equity dries up and unemployment rises, Jim Spano, co-founder of RadiantREIT, believes that the right type of government stimulus could not only help the solar industry recover — but drive it to new heights. As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009, the U.S. Treasury created Program 1603, which gave payments, instead of investment tax credits, to income-generating clean energy projects. Read the Full Story Here

What can solar learn from the 2008 financial crisis in the age of Covid-19?2020-04-13T19:52:01+00:00
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