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Opportunities and Challenges for Battery Storage Projects

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A discussion addressing the opportunities and challenges in developing and financing stand-alone and “hybrid” (generation + storage) battery storage projects today, including current deal structures and tax and policy issues, and an evaluation of where future growth is expected in the battery storage market.
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Specialization: Administrative Law

TX MCLE credit expires: 2/29/2020

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1. Opportunities and Challenges for Battery Storage Projects (Feb 2019)

Rohit Sachdev, Chris Calavitta, Cody Hill, Katherine Ryzhaya

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Opportunities and Challenges for Battery Storage Projects (Feb 2019)

A discussion addressing the opportunities and challenges in developing and financing stand-alone and “hybrid” (generation + storage) battery storage projects today, including current deal structures and tax and policy issues, and an evaluation of where future growth is expected in the battery storage market.

Originally presented at: Jan 2019 Renewable Energy Law

Rohit Sachdev, Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP - San Francisco, CA
Chris Calavitta, Sr. Vice President, Macquarie Capital - Austin, TX
Cody Hill, Director of Energy Storage, LS Power - San Francisco, CA
Katherine Ryzhaya, Chief Commercial Officer, Lightsource Renewable Energy - San Francisco, CA