FIN 640 Renewable Energy Finance

This course provides an in-depth knowledge for students in the range of established practices, procedures and tools in finance that can be used to address the adverse effects of climate change on corporations from both an investor, bank, and corporate perspective. The goal of this course is also to increase the understanding of graduate students of the financing and investment decisions as they relate to renewable energy projects and renewable energy companies. As a result, graduate students will learn about the key topics in renewable energy finance such as the access to renewable energy, the business case for clean energy, project finance, and valuation of renewable energy firms. This course will provide the graduate students a solid foundation and introduction to this most important topic. Students taking this course will not only have the knowledge about renewable energy finance they need, but the understanding to put that knowledge to practical use.




Need Permission - Graduate DEAN 698


School of Business

Typically Offered Periods

Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer Semester