CPA, Partner, Renewable Energy Industry Practice Co-National Director
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- National Multi-Housing Council
- Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
- Institute for Responsible Housing Preservation - Board of Directors
- Junior Achievement of Georgia - Board of Directors
- University of Georgia, Tull School of Accounting - Board of Advisors
Tim Kemper is the Co-National Director of the firm's Renewable Energy Industry Practice. Over his career, Tim has been engaged in the underwriting for numerous wind, solar, biomass and other renewable energy and technology transactions.
Tim is actively engaged in providing clients with financial counsel related to all aspects of typically complicated transactions including tax credits, financial structuring and modeling, underwriting, valuation, capital infusion, due diligence and grant advisory services. His client base includes investors, entrepreneurs, developers, manufacturers and installers as well as independent power producers utilizing wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and energy efficiency. He is involved in associations and regulatory bodies that influence renewable energy policy and speaks on the subject at numerous national and regional conferences.
In the course of structuring and underwriting, Tim considers economic and quantitative factors as well as qualitative factors that impact programmatic issues and the reputational and community development considerations that can be so important in renewable energy transactions. He is involved in the financial structuring and modeling of transactions and works closely with all parties to address various tax issues while mitigating the tax impact upon liquidation.
Tim has broad knowledge and experience in public and private syndication and work-out situations, passive activity rules, financial and tax planning. His clients include publicly-held Fortune 500 companies, private equity funds and experienced renewable energy developers across the United States.
- B.S., Business Administration– University of Maryland