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Renewable Energy Law Essentials

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Renewable Energy Law Essentials
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This was wonderful! I'm a rank beginner at this, and so might need to review PPA's a bit before I fully understand the last presentation. But I appreciate the challenge. All four presenters (and moderator) were well-prepared and fascinating.

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Session 1: ALTA & Title Basics (for non-Texas title matters) - 

Session 2: Mineral Estate Issues in Solar Energy Projects in Texas - Dive in to the various issues solar developers may face when developing solar projects in areas where mineral production is, or has been, active. Explore recent tactics developers have used to mitigate the risk associated with developing a solar project in an active mineral area.

Session 3: Wind vs. Solar Lease - Although both leases have similar provisions, they also vary due to the nature of the installed improvements. Explore the similarities and the differences between the two leases.

Session 4: PPAs - An overview of the different power purchase agreement structures, including physical PPAs, financial PPAs, hedges and others, and the considerations that go into choosing a particular structure.

Includes: Video Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 2.25
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 12/31/2022

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1. ALTA & Title Basics (for non-Texas title matters) (Jan 2021)

Lacy McCormick

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ALTA & Title Basics (for non-Texas title matters) (Jan 2021)

A quick look at ALTA and Title Insurance Basics for projects located outside of Texas. Every ALTA state varies slightly, but it’s very important to know the basics before diving in.

Originally presented at: Dec 2020 Renewable Energy Law Essentials

Lacy McCormick, Thomas Title & Escrow - Houston, TX

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2. Mineral Estate Issues in Solar Energy Projects in Texas (Jan 2021)

Nikki Tate

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Mineral Estate Issues in Solar Energy Projects in Texas (Jan 2021)

Dive in to the various issues solar developers may face when developing solar projects in areas where mineral production is, or has been, active. Explore recent tactics developers have used to mitigate the risk associated with developing a solar project in an active mineral area.

Originally presented at: Dec 2020 Renewable Energy Law Essentials

Nikki Tate, Husch Blackwell LLP - Dallas, TX

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3. Wind Lease vs. Solar Lease  (Jan 2021)

Lisa Chavez

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Wind Lease vs. Solar Lease  (Jan 2021)

Although both leases have similar provisions, they also vary due to the nature of the installed improvements. Explore the similarities and the differences between the two leases.

Originally presented at: Dec 2020 Renewable Energy Law Essentials

Lisa Chavez, Wagstaff LLP - Abilene, TX

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4. Power Purchase Agreements (Jan 2021)

Jennifer H. Martin

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Power Purchase Agreements (Jan 2021)

An overview of the different power purchase agreement structures, including physical PPAs, financial PPAs, hedges and others, and the considerations that go into choosing a particular structure.

Originally presented at: Dec 2020 Renewable Energy Law Essentials

Jennifer H. Martin, Stoel Rives LLP - Portland, OR