Commercial office building owners in the District of Columbia are increasingly taking advantage of the cost-benefits of deploying photovoltaic panels for energy generation on the rooftops of Washington, DC. With the 30% federal tax credit and the Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs) available for properties in the District, the equipment and installation cost recovery can be achieved in the short term, along with annual electric cost savings that makes business sense for landlords, investors, and tenants.

Learn from several recent case studies of Carr Properties deployment of PV, as well as hear from Washington, DC industry leaders and experts on how to achieve energy savings and investment objectives for commercial office, industrial, and institutional properties.

Topics will include:

  • Incentives for Photovoltaic Commercial Applications
  • Commercial & Office Building Landlord Tenant Perspective
  • Market Trends for PV & Micro-Grid Equipment and Systems Success with Distributed Resources & Future Supply Trends
  • Facilitating Agreements for PV Systems, Credit Management, & Tax Issues
  • Case Study & Future PV Deployment Opportunities

Date & TIme

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM ET


Honorable Tommy Wells
Director, DC Department of Energy and Environment

Maxwell Greninger
Director, Property Sustainability, Carr Properties

Scott Schmitz
Manager, Micro-Grid & Energy Systems, Alban CAT Power Systems

Lisa Mallory

R. Thomas Hoffmann
Co-Chair, Energy Practice, Ballard Spahr

Johan Ulloa
Manager of Distributed Energy, Constellation Energy Group


David L. Winstead
Attorney, Ballard Spahr