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We pride ourselves on making decisions quickly, being responsive, valuing people and the business relationship, and optimizing projects for all stakeholders. Our approach seeks solid risk-adjusted financial returns while supporting the transition to carbon neutrality and environmental benefits.
As a collaborative partner, we seek to invest in high-quality, mid-sized solar projects and reputable developers throughout the country for years to come. We conduct business with trust and respect, creating win/wins.
Nelnet is a service-oriented company of more than 6,500 associates. Our investment approach mirrors our core values of putting the customer first, diversifying and growing revenue, and giving back to our communities.
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Industries We Serve
In supporting construction and operation of small utility-scale and distributed generation projects as a tax equity investor, Nelnet provides unmatched value to our partners and customers working within various industries.
We’re always exploring new ways to transform our business. We’re dedicated to understanding industry trends and regulations – and sharing with and learning from others. What drives us may give your business an edge, too.
Our Tax Equity Funding Team
Executive Director, Tax
Scott Gubbels is the Executive Director of Corporate Tax and Renewable Energy at Nelnet. Scott worked as a certified public accountant for eight years before joining Nelnet to lead their corporate tax department when the company went public in 2003. He has managed all tax considerations for more than fifty-five acquisitions, and his team has created significant, tangible value through tax planning, compliance, and controversy defense. During his tenure, Scott managed a payroll and benefits department that improved its processing accuracy by more than 40%, completed a human resource information system conversion, and enabled employee self-service. After transforming this area, he led an effort to implement the Balanced Scorecard, as well as foster strategic planning throughout the organization. Scott then started and led a corporate innovation initiative to create new revenue streams for the enterprise. The innovation group screened ideas and developed products/services into sustainable, scalable businesses, being recognized with the Nebraska Corporate Innovator of the Year award two years in a row under Scott’s leadership. Most recently, Scott is leading Nelnet’s investment and engagement within renewable energy. He oversees the funding and management of $156 million in solar tax equity, completed several equity fundings with co-investors, helped launch Nelnet’s community solar subscription acquisition and management business, and is looking to further Nelnet’s commitment to cleantech and the renewables industry.
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