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Federal Natural Resource Law and the Intersection of Renewable Energy Development

Contains material from Feb 2020

Federal Natural Resource Law and the Intersection of Renewable Energy Development
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1. Federal Natural Resource Law and the Intersection of Renewable Energy Development (Feb 2020)

Rebecca Hays Barho, Brooke M. Wahlberg

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Federal Natural Resource Law and the Intersection of Renewable Energy Development (Feb 2020)

Proponents of wind energy and solar projects should understand about how the federal natural resource laws can impact projects and how compliance strategies can help avoid costly delays. Learn how the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, National Historic Preservation Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act and other legal frameworks intersect with construction, operation, and maintenance of renewable energy projects.

Originally presented at: Jan 2020 Federal Natural Resource Law and the Intersection of Renewable Energy Development

Rebecca Hays Barho, Nossaman LLP - Austin, TX
Brooke M. Wahlberg, Nossaman LLP - Austin, TX

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