Joint Ventures in Renewable Energy Projects: Structure Options, Transferability, Allocation of Liability, Tax Equity and More
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide energy professionals on the market trends driving recent joint ventures (JVs) in the renewable energy industry. The panel will examine available structuring options for JVs and key considerations for renewable energy projects, such as transferability, financing, purchase rights, real estate and environmental issues, and liability allocation.
- Market trends for joint ventures in renewable energy
- Choice of entity and deal structures
- Real estate and environmental considerations
- Critical contract provisions; allocating liability and risk
The panel will review these and other critical items:
- What are the structuring alternatives for renewable energy JVs?
- What are the primary terms to negotiate when structuring JVs for renewables?
- What are the formation and operational issues to address?
- What are the critical real estate and environmental considerations?
Stephen J. Humes
Holland & Knight
Mr. Humes concentrates his practice in environmental, energy, public utility and infrastructure law. He advises clients... | Read More
Mr. Humes concentrates his practice in environmental, energy, public utility and infrastructure law. He advises clients on energy regulatory, renewable energy project development, and environmental issues, including those associated with power plant, solar photovoltaics, cogeneration, telecommunications towers and other utility facility siting matters. Mr. Humes is a frequent speaker on climate change, renewable energy, distributed generation, and clean energy project development and finance issues.Close
Marc S. Reisler
Holland & Knight
Mr. Reisler is a partner in the Business Section of Holland & Knight's New York office. He focuses... | Read More
Mr. Reisler is a partner in the Business Section of Holland & Knight's New York office. He focuses primarily on secured and unsecured commercial finance transactions. Mr. Reisler represents commercial banks, investment banks as well as non-bank lenders, such as hedge funds and finance companies. He also represents buyers and sellers in corporate acquisitions.Close
Madeleine M.L. Tan
Eversheds Sutherland (US)
Ms. Tan has more than 20 years of experience in advising clients on structured investments and financing transactions... | Read More
Ms. Tan has more than 20 years of experience in advising clients on structured investments and financing transactions in the transportation, energy and infrastructure sectors. She is a partner in the Energy & Infrastructure Group and also Co-Head of the Transportation & Social Infrastructure Team (US).Close