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John Knott to Speak at Upcoming Forum, Energy Finance for Real Estate: New Tools, New Capital, New Markets

May 26, 2010

Noisette Company CEO John Knott will be speaking at a session in New York City June 7-8. The session is titled Making Energy Districts Work.  The forum is organized by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Center for Sustainable Development as part of the Climate Change, Land Use and Energy (CLUE) Initiative.  The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit research and education organization providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.

From the ULI website: This ULI policy and practice forum explores how emerging energy-efficiency finance mechanisms create new pathways to access capital markets in the service of making existing buildings in the United States more energy efficient. Whether PACE or other state and local bonding initiatives, extensive legislative activity at all levels of government is seeking to reconfigure the financial landscape for funding energy efficient building retrofits. How are these initiatives impacting the commercial and multi-family real estate markets? Which state and local governments are emerging as innovative leaders? How are capital markets assessing risks and opportunity of energy-related investments? How can these energy-efficiency initiatives be brought up to scale and into alignment with energy demand reduction goals? Join us to engage legislative experts, owners, investors and leaders as we share best practices for financing energy efficiency in the here and now.

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