17 - 18 October 2023, New York


William Gulley

CFO & EVP Structured Finance
BayWa r.e Solar Projects LLC

Mr. Gulley brings over 20 years of experience in renewable energy, project finance, investment banking and private equity.  As CFO & EVP Structured Finance at BayWa r.e. Solar Projects, he leads finance activities, including raising and structuring project finance debt, tax equity and equity for the firm, in addition to overseeing the accounting and corporate finance team.  He also leads BayWa r.e. Solar Asset Holdings, BayWa r.e.’s solar and storage IPP business in the Americas.

Previously, Mr. Gulley led project finance at AMSOLAR International, Inc., a San Diego based solar development and finance company focused on delivering solar projects to schools, municipalities, commercial clients and utilities.  Prior to joining AMSOLAR, Mr. Gulley spent six years as an investment banker with Montgomery & Co., advising clients in the technology, media and telecom industries.  In this role he led execution on numerous public and private M&A transactions, leveraged buyouts, IPOs and private capital raises.  Mr. Gulley started his career as an Analyst at Harvey & Company, focusing on leveraged buyout and growth equity investments across a variety of industries.

Mr. Gulley holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Finance from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.  He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder.


04 Oct
 - 17:40 GMT
Keynote Panel With Drinks

As we see a shift in renewable power revenue models, there has been an emergence of novel approaches expanding access to new players. We have seen investor appetite grow with institutional investors much more willing to back projects at an early stage now than previously. We’ve also seen M&A activity as investors targeted a range of company types, sometimes avoiding assets exposed to power price risk. What’s next? To sustainably scale in this industry, revenue models must evolve to both account for growing demand and to future-proof against dynamic variables including fuel pricing, supply chain challenges, policy changes and local resistance. Hear from a panel of experts from across the spectrum who will challenge the audience to think about how to evolve their business models to build in more resiliency and show why business as usual won’t get the industry to the next stage.