Following passage of tax cut legislation at the end of 2017, Greentech Media reports, "Much of the conversation in clean energy circles..has revolved around a potential shrinking of the tax equity market -- which accounts for between 40 percent and 60 percent of finance for individual solar and wind projects -- because of the reduction in value of renewables credits." According to Greentech Media, however, it appears that - so far at least - corporate America is showing "continued interest in direct renewables investments."
As Apex Clean Energy's Chief Commercial Officer, Steve Vavrik, puts it (bolding added for emphasis):
Also worth highlighting is the comment by Erik Haug, also at Apex Clean Energy, who notes that "We’re seeing the market overall broaden in terms of the products [companies] are looking for and the approach they’re bringing to the table."
In sum, although there's a fair amount of uncertainty following tax reform, Greentech Media concludes - and people like Steve Vavrik and Erik Haug agree - that, "[a]lthough certainty in the market has waned, interest in direct project investment has not."