Clean energy financing expects double-digit growthHartford Buisness, December 22, 2014
Q&A discusses the future of renewable and efficient energy project financing with Bryan Garcia, president of the Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority, which is changing its name to Connecticut Green Bank.
Q: What will the Connecticut energy industry look like in 2015, particularly as it relates to CEFIA?
A: Over the course of the past several years, many of us have worked hard to support the development of a clean energy industry that is more competitive, which translates into clean energy being more accessible and affordable to consumers. We are transitioning a market for clean energy that was driven by public subsidies in the past towards a more sustainable pathway that is attracting more private capital investment. In 2015, expect growth. We are going to see more clean energy being deployed at a faster pace than ever before while using less public subsidies and more private investment.