The 16th Annual Wall Street Green Summit is the longest running and most comprehensive sustainable finance event in the industry. Launched in 2002 by Peter Fusaro, the Wall Street Green Summit covers cutting edge content, industry developments and features the practitioners and the leaders of tomorrow. The emergence of the “Impact Economy” is where main street investors team up with corporations, entrepreneurs and government to solve environmental and social problems while generating financial returns.
The 2017 Wall Street Green Summit XVI is the “one-stop shop” to come up to speed on the latest developments in Green Innovation & Finance.
Renewable Energy Finance
New Corporate Sustainability Initiatives
Fintech and Energytech Solutions
Impact Investing Updates
Smart Grid & Energy Storage Opportunities
Technology for Future Cities
Five Green Impact Fund Strategies
Cleantech Investment Today
Corporate Sustainability Update
Innovations in Solar Finance
Transitioning to the Low Carbon Hydrogen Economy
Renewable energy expert Peter Fusaro sits down with GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) to discuss the future of clean energy under the Trump Administration.
Business in the Era of Trump
Renewable Energy and Clean Tech
The energy revolution is well underway. As traditional oil and gas companies transition into new energy businesses, the legacy of President Obama’s energy policies will largely carry over into the next administration, according to energy expert Peter Fusaro. He predicts that over the next few years, the start of the hydrogen economy will take effect—regardless of the impact of Mr. Trump’s proposed policies.
“We are looking at a revolution in renewables that’s almost unstoppable.”
About Peter Fusaro
Peter Fusaro is the Chairman of Global Change Associates in New York, an advisory firm focused on energy and environmental financial markets. Known for using the term “Green Trading,” Fusaro is an internationally acclaimed expert on oil and gas, electricity, carbon trading markets, cleantech, renewable energy, energy trading, and risk management. Since 2002, he has organized the annual Wall Street Green Trading Summit. Fusaro also consults for venture capital firms, private equity groups, investment banks, and energy companies. He serves on the advisory board of both the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise and Bard College’s MBA in Sustainability. He is the author of the best-selling book What Went Wrong at Enron. Fusaro graduated from Carnegie Mellon and Tufts University.