Solar Power Northeast
West Monroe Partners to sponsor and participate as a panelist at Solar Power Northeast
Date : November 18, 2015

Produced by the same team that brought you the nearly sold out PV America 2015 and the inaugural Solar Power Southeast, comes a second regional event. Solar Power Northeast will center around trends and policy in New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.

New York

West Monroe's Paul DeCotis will join a panel for Reducing Soft Cost Barriers to Solar Growth. More info:

Reducing Soft Cost Barriers to Solar Growth
Thursday, November 19, 2015 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Is soft cost reduction truly the Holy Grail of cost-effective solar and increased market growth? Join us to hear a variety of perspectives from our esteemed panelists and learn about the latest thinking and trends on reducing soft cost barriers. From permitting and zoning to electric rate design and financing, persistent soft cost barriers have become increasingly prominent as the cost of solar panels and hardware have achieved historic lows. Are soft cost reductions elusive or within reach? Attend our panel discussion to find out!

Moderator: Christopher Neidl, Director, Here Comes Solar (Solar One)
Panelists:Paul DeCotis, Director, Energy & Utilities, West Monroe Partners
Jeffrey Irvine, NYC Solar Ombudsman, Sustainable CUNY
Jim Kennerly, Principal Analyst, Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC

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