DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin –
Jan 29-30, 2018
Live Webcast –
Jan 29-30, 2018
Join leading attorneys and industry experts in wind, solar and storage for two days of the latest developments affecting renewable energy in Texas and nationwide. The Renewable Energy Law Conference blends law, economics, technology, finance, tax and regulatory policy, and is aimed at industry participants, legal and financial advisors, and key legislative and regulatory policymakers and staff.
2018 highlights include:
A stellar collection of Washington Energy experts, including Dan Simmons, Abigail Ross Hopper, Tom Kiernan and more join Keith Martin in a roundtable discussion on current federal energy policy impacting renewable energy.
What’s New at the federal level affecting the renewable energy market.
The latest updates on FERC, PUC and ERCOT.
Insight on M&A Trends in Renewable Energy, and Due Diligence and M&A for Clean Energy Projects.
Updates on front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter storage.
Valuable information on Community Solar, Distributed C&I PPAs, Innovative Insurance and Risk Management Products, and much more.
2.00 hours of ethics credit.
Opportunity to meet program faculty and attendees during Monday evening’s Networking Reception.
Renewable Energy Law is part of The University of Texas at Austin Energy Institute’s UT Energy Week 2018, a week-long forum for prominent energy experts to provide their insights on emerging energy trends, new technologies, and the latest in energy research. The conference will be held in UT Austin's Etter-Harbin Alumni Center on The University of Texas at Austin campus, Jan. 29 – Feb 2, 2018.
The conference is hosted by UT Austin’s Energy Institute, the KBH Center for Energy, Law & Business, and two student–run organizations – the Longhorn Energy Club and the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Law. The 2018 conference program features a variety of panelists and speakers from diverse perspectives on vital issues in the rapidly evolving world of energy. The conference also features several affiliated energy events including a competition for young energy entrepreneurs.
For more information, visit energyweek.utexas.edu.