8th Annual Renewable Energy Finance Forum-West
November 5-6, 2015  |  Four Seasons  |  San Francisco, CA

Kerri L. Fox

Head of BBVA Structured Finance North America, BBVA

Kerri Fox

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Kerri L. Fox heads BBVA’s North American Structured Finance Team, which is based in New York. In this capacity, Kerri focuses on the origination, structuring and execution of project and other structured financings in the U.S. and Canada, across a variety of industry spaces including renewable power, thermal power, oil & gas, LNG and public- private-partnerships (transportation and social infrastructure). Kerri has more than 15 years of project and structured finance experience, and has worked closely with clients as both a financial advisor and bookrunner / lead arranger.

Prior to joining BBVA in March 2009, Kerri was responsible for the Global Export and Project Finance business of Fortis from New York. She also previously covered integrated energy and natural resource clients as part of Deutsche Bank’s Project and Structured Finance team, and began her career as a project finance lawyer at Milbank Tweed.

Kerri’s transactional experience includes: Bookrunner / Lead Arranger and Administrative Agent for the Fowler wind farm project in the US; Bookrunner / Lead Arranger and Administrative Agent for the GNL Quintero regasification project in Chile; Bookrunner / Lead Arranger and Administrative Agent for the AES Ventanas power project in Chile; Bookrunner / Lead Arranger and Syndication Agent for the Suez CTA power project in Chile; Bookrunner / Lead Arranger and Administrative Agent for the Northwest Anthony Henday and Calgary Ring Road Projects in Canada; Bookrunner / Lead Arranger and Documentation Agent for the Port of Miami Tunnel Project in the US; Financial Advisor for Marathon’s Baja LNG project; and Financial Advisor to PetroChina in connection with partner selection for the West-East Gas pipeline project.

Kerri speaks French and Russian (and is studying Spanish), and holds an A.B. from Brown University and a JD from Harvard Law School.

Mateo Jaramillo

Director of Tesla Energy, Tesla Motors

Mateo Jaramillo

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As Director of Tesla Energy at Tesla Motors, Mateo Jaramillo leads the business efforts to sell, deploy, and operate the company's grid connected energy storage products. Mateo started the stationary storage effort at Tesla in 2009 and in the meantime was commercial lead on powertrain development and supply programs with Daimler and Toyota, and also started and led through the supercharger program through the first year of deployment.

Prior to Tesla, Mateo was Chief Operating Officer and part of the founding team at Gaia Power Technologies, a pioneering distributed energy storage firm. Mateo began his career in the software industry as a product manager with Predictive Networks, an interactive TV software provider. He has an AB in Economics from Harvard and a Masters in Theology from Yale.

Scott Graybeal

Senior Vice President, Energy Segment, Flex

Scott Graybeal

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Scott Graybeal Is Senior Vice President, Energy Segment at Flex (NASDAQ: FLEX). Flex is a leading sketch-to-scale1"' solutions company that designs and builds intelligent products for a connected world. With more than 200,000 professionals across 30 countries and a promise to help make the world Live smarter™, the company provides Innovative design, engineering, manufacturing, real-time supply chain insight and logistics services to companies of all sizes in various industries and end­markets.

Prior to joining Flex. Mr. Graybeal served as the head of business development at lntevac, where he led the company's global sales team In the successful proliferation of disruptive solar cell manufacturing technologies in Europe and China. Prior to that, he was head of the Americas region for Oerllkon Solar where he was instrumental in helping to shape early solar policy development in Latin America and led global technical support, service operations and global strategic accounts at Veeco Instruments. Previously. he spent several years in positions of increasing responsibility at Applied Materials and General Electric.

Mr. Graybeal earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of California, San Diego, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Following graduation from the University of California, San Diego, he served in the United States Novy as a nuclear submarine officer.

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