Key EF’s Beebe to Moderate Clean Energy Financing Panel



Key Equipment Finance announced that Doug Beebe, vice president of Energy Finance, will moderate a panel discussion on clean energy finance at the NC Clean Tech Summit. The second annual two-day conference at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is expected to draw 600 students, policy makers and industry leaders.

Beebe, who leads energy financing transactions for Key, will guide a 90-minute discussion between five energy finance leaders, and will also participate in a lunchtime panel with students interested in energy finance careers.

“It is exciting to return to my alma mater to participate in such a high-profile clean energy event featuring nationally known speakers,” Beebe said. “I look forward to educating participants on the innovative energy projects made possible with creative financing, and also speaking with students about careers in equipment financing in the renewable energy sector.”

In his role at Key Equipment Finance, Beebe is responsible for originating, analyzing, structuring and closing direct, full-recourse operating and capital energy lease transactions. Previously, he worked for Deutsche Leasing USA, Citigroup and GE Capital, where he held leadership roles in vendor finance program management, sales, management and marketing. He served on the board of directors of the Georgia Solar Energy Association and led the organization as chairperson in 2011. He passed the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners Entry Level Exam for solar photovoltaics in 2009.


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