Lee White is an Executive Vice President with George K. Baum & Company in the Denver office. Mr. White has been in the investment banking business for 35 years and has been involved with underwriting more than $12 billion of municipal bonds. He has assisted numerous state and local governments and private corporations finance their infrastructure needs.
Mr. White has served as the lead banker on a number of major utility and renewable energy financings. He is actively working on financing a wind and renewable energy project that includes use of Clean Renewable Energy Bonds and Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds. Electric utility and renewable energy bond issues in which he has been involved include:
• $16 million Cheyenne Light Fuel & Power Transmission Bond
• $79 million Wyoming Municipal Power Agency
• $324 million City of Colorado Springs Electric Revenue Bonds
• $75 million New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority (High Lonesome Mesa Edison Mission Energy 100 MW Wind Project)
• $12 million California Bio-methane Gas Project (San Diego Fuel Cell Project)
• $11 million Fuel Cell Project (California State-San Marcos Project) Project Bond
• $6 million Infinity Oakleaf Denver Housing Authority Solar Project QECB Bond
• $7 million Oakleaf Denver International Airport QECB Solar Project Bonds
• $80 million Colorado Public Service Pollution Control Revenue Bonds
• $50 million Silsbee Texas Wood Pellet Plant Biomass Bonds (In Process)
• $5 million Sun Edison Huntington Beach Solar Revenue Bonds
• $4.6 million Sun Edison Irvine School District Solar Revenue Bonds
• $6.3 million Massachusetts Development Finance Agency Westford Solar QECB Project Bond's
Mr. White received a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, a Master of City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.