Pillsbury project finance partner Mona Dajani is among the headlining speakers presenting at the Renewable Energy Finance Forum’s (REFF) annual REFF Wall Street 2019 conference June 18-19 in New York. The two-day program—of which Pillsbury is also a lead sponsor—is widely considered one of the most significant gatherings of renewables industry leaders, with approximately 400 senior investors, executives and other prominent transactional professionals participating.

This year’s event marks the 15th REFF Wall Street conference, which is jointly produced by The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) and Euromoney. Important topics that will be explored at the 2019 program include the state of the debt and equity markets, M&A trends and investment opportunities as they relate to renewables projects, as well as critical public policy questions and complex tax issues that are critical to their continued development.

Dajani’s presentation will focus specifically on the financing of infrastructure development. She and a panel including Jonathan Bram (partner, Global Infrastructure Partners), Robinson Kupchak (Head of Americas Infrastructure & Energy Group, Senior Managing Director, Macquarie Capital) and Rob Morgan (Chief Executive Officer, Energy Storage, GE Renewable Energy) will identify infrastructure priorities for supporting higher levels of renewable energy in the nation’s power grid and discuss private and public solutions at both the federal and state levels.

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Dajani, who leads Pillsbury’s Renewable Energy practice, advises on complex acquisitions, dispositions, financing and project development transactions involving energy and infrastructure facilities around the world. One of the foremost energy and infrastructure lawyers in the world, she has repeatedly been recognized as a leading lawyer by Legal 500, Best Lawyers and IFLR1000, is a Construction Lawyers Society Fellow, a member of the national Board of Directors for ACORE, and one of 2018’s “most influential lawyers in the global wind energy sector” according to industry intelligence provider A Word About Wind.