Joint Ventures in Renewable Energy Projects: Structure Options, Transferability, Allocation of Liability, Tax Equity and More

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Conducted on Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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Program Materials

This CLE webinar 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.

Description

JVs are entered into for renewable energy projects based various reasons, such as financing, siting issues, real estate and environmental considerations. Energy counsel must perform a careful analysis of all factors to properly ensure that a renewable energy project's structure and legal provisions protect client interests.

The renewable energy industry is responding to changing marketplace conditions. Economic, operational, and other challenges require JVs to spread costs, overcome limitations, and mitigate risks. These JVs include landowners, developers, and private equity and/or venture capital firms.

The potential parties to a JV must weigh several considerations when determining what type of structure to use, including issues regarding transferability of the interests acquired, financing, management, real estate and environmental issues. The parties must delineate the scope and purpose of the JV and define what business activities the JV can and cannot do, as well as address potential conflicts with the parties' other businesses.

Listen as our authoritative panel of energy professionals discusses the market trends driving recent joint ventures for renewable energy projects as well as structural options. The panel will also examine several issues related to joint ventures within the renewable energy industry, such as management and control, transferability, financing, mutual interest provisions, consents, and tax equity.

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Outline

  1. Market trends for joint ventures in renewable energy
  2. Choice of entity and deal structures
  3. Real estate and environmental considerations
  4. Critical contract provisions; allocating liability and risk

Benefits

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?

Faculty

Humes, Stephen
Stephen J. Humes

Partner
Holland & Knight

Mr. Humes concentrates his practice in environmental, energy, public utility and infrastructure law. He advises clients...  |  Read More

Reisler, Marc
Marc S. Reisler

Partner
Holland & Knight

Mr. Reisler is a partner in the Business Section of Holland & Knight's New York office. He focuses...  |  Read More

Tan, Madeleine
Madeleine M.L. Tan

Partner
Eversheds Sutherland (US)

Ms. Tan has more than 20 years of experience in advising clients on structured investments and financing transactions...  |  Read More

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