Energy Project Finance Mini-Bootcamp: Sunday, Feb. 16

Interested in renewable energy sources like solar and wind energy? Have you ever wondered how utility-scale renewable energy projects actually come into being? This Sunday, February 16, 2020, from 12-2 p.m., come learn about the money trail that makes energy projects happen, including: who develops projects, why financing is needed, the products and structures of energy finance deals, and the illustration of all of these in real-world case studies and simulations.
 
This mini-bootcamp is designed for anybody interested in renewable energy, finance, banking, or infrastructure development. It's open to all Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of level of experience in energy project finance. The mini-bootcamp will be led by Jordan Swett '19, who is currently a Power and Utilities Investment Banking Analyst at Mizuho Americas. 

Register for this event here