Financing America's Energy Infrastructure
Financing America's Energy Infrastructure The Loan Programs Office at the U.S. Department of Energy manages $46 billion in federal funds to finance next-generation energy infrastructure. The funds serve as a bridge for breakthrough projects and technologies, de-risking them at early stages of investment so they can be developed at commercial scale. In this CERAWeek Conversation, Jigar Shah, director of the Loan Programs Office, discusses LPO’s approach to project finance in clean energies and the role of federal funds in achieving national climate goals and enabling a just energy transition. Speaker Jigar Shah, Director, Loan Programs Office (LPO), U.S. Department of Energy
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