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Contract Considerations for Renewable Energy Projects

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Session 1: EPC Contract Considerations for Renewable Energy Projects - Engineering, procurement, and construction contracts (EPC contracts) are used for the development of renewable energy projects. This presentation focuses on key provisions in EPC contracts and issues arising thereunder, including, among others, liquidated damages, indemnity, warranties, limitations of liability, lender protections and requirements, and changed conditions. A discussion on developer and contractor competing interests and concerns, along with best practices, will also be covered.
 
Session 2: Boilerplate Clauses in Contracts - Boilerplate clauses are seldom negotiated but are often some of the earliest clauses reviewed in the event of a dispute. Although boilerplate clauses are reused in contract after contract, they should be carefully reviewed for reliability, enforceability, and relevance each time they are used in a contract.
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Total Credit Hours:
1.25     Credit Info
Specialization: Administrative Law | Oil, Gas and Mineral Law | Real Estate Law | Tax Law

TX MCLE credit expires: 2/29/2020

Includes: Video Audio Slides

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1. EPC Contract Considerations for Renewable Energy Projects (Feb 2019)

Alan Cohen, Spencer Preis

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Video (mp4) 46 mins
Audio (mp3) 46 mins
Slides (pdf) 72 pgs

SESSION 1 — 46 mins, credit 0.75

Session 1:

EPC Contract Considerations for Renewable Energy Projects (Feb 2019)

Engineering, procurement, and construction contracts (EPC contracts) are used for the development of renewable energy projects. This presentation will focus on key provisions in EPC contracts and issues arising thereunder, including, among others, liquidated damages, indemnity, warranties, limitations of liability, lender protections and requirements, and changed conditions. A discussion on developer and contractor competing interests and concerns, along with best practices, will also be covered.  

Originally presented at: Jan 2019 Renewable Energy Law

Alan Cohen, Partner, Stahl, Davies, Sewell, Chavarria & Friend LLP - Austin, TX
Spencer Preis, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Southwire Company, LLC - Carrollton, GA

2. Boilerplate Clauses in Contracts (Feb 2019)

Ann Walker McDowell

0.50 0.00 0.00 0.50  

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Video (mp4) 27 mins
Audio (mp3) 26 mins
Slides (pdf) 13 pgs

SESSION 2 — 27 mins, credit 0.50

Session 2:

Boilerplate Clauses in Contracts (Feb 2019)

Boilerplate clauses are seldom negotiated but are often some of the earliest clauses reviewed in the event of a dispute. Although boilerplate clauses are reused in contract after contract, they should be carefully reviewed for reliability, enforceability, and relevance each time they are used in a contract.

Originally presented at: Jan 2019 Renewable Energy Law

Ann Walker McDowell, Associate Director - Legal, EDP Renewables North America - Houston, TX