Bisnow Webinar: Solar & Sustainability in the District

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On Wednesday, June 29, New Columbia Solar hosted a Bisnow webinar to explore solar and sustainability in Washington, DC. Watch a recording of the event below.

Who You’ll Hear From —

We were thrilled to have the following leaders in the commercial real estate and solar industries join us for a thoughtful conversation about solar energy in the District: Vicki Davis, Urban Atlantic Partner & Co-Founder; Cass McFadden, Bozzuto VP of Sustainability; Christian Clifford, Carr Properties VP of Sustainability; Lisa Falasca, Building Innovation Hub Director; Dave Schupmann, Fortis Warranty COO; Stephanie Johnson, Chesapeake Solar & Storage Association Executive Director; Julie Wolfington, BOLAND Sustainability Leader; Mike Healy, New Columbia Solar Co-Founder & CEO; and Nicole Rentz, New Columbia Solar Director of Market Development and Policy.


What You’ll Learn —

  • Solar deal structures, revenue streams, and market/policy context for integrating solar
  • CRE benefits and opportunities with solar
  • Community benefits for integration of solar
  • Nonmarket influences that drive business strategy, including regulator and investor incentives
  • Means to leverage as a tool to comply with BEPS and meet ESG goals


How You’ll Do More Business —

Going green and using renewable, sustainable energy is no longer a luxury — it’s an expectation from top office tenants, regulators, and more. This two-panel webinar explored the “why” and “how” behind solar and economic drivers and incentives to help you make the switch to clean energy.

About New Columbia Solar

New Columbia Solar develops, finances, owns, and operates rooftop, canopy, and ground-mounted solar projects located on commercial, industrial, multi-family, non-profit, and faith-based properties across the District of Columbia and Maryland. Founded in 2016, the company has grown to be the largest and most comprehensive solar energy company in the District of Columbia with a mission to power every home and business in the District of Columbia with solar energy. They pride themselves on using solar energy to provide increased cash flow and financial flexibility to more than 100 schools, nonprofits and residential building owners across the District. For more information visit

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