Renewable Energy Financing: Protections, Exit Options, Key Considerations
Project Information Rights, Restrictive Covenants, Voting, Preemptive Rights, Transfer Restrictions, Liability, and More
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide renewable energy attorneys and investors with in-depth guidance on common structures involving minority investors, necessary protections and exit options in renewable energy investments. The panel will focus on key provisions for investors when negotiating and structuring investments in renewable energy projects, minimizing liability, and offering exit options for minority investors of renewable energy projects.
- Key issues for minority investors
- Key structuring options
- Critical terms and conditions to consider
- Exit options and pitfalls to avoid
- Best practices for renewable energy counsel
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key issues facing minority investors in renewable energy?
- What are the critical deal structuring options and provisions for minority investors in renewable energy transactions?
- What exit options are available, and what challenges must minority investors overcome?
- Best practices for renewable energy counsel and pitfalls to avoid
Mr. Abutbul has a diverse practice that focuses on advising financial and private equity sponsors, their portfolio... | Read More
Mr. Abutbul has a diverse practice that focuses on advising financial and private equity sponsors, their portfolio companies, and management teams. For these clients, he focuses his practice on assisting clients reach successful completion of key corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures and spin-offs, leveraged buyouts, joint ventures, and equity and preferred investments. Mr. Abutbul's industry practice focus is on energy and power, renewables, chemicals, manufacturing, and related industrial services, but he has advised clients on transactions involving a variety of other industries.Close
Joel A. Goldberg
Mr. Goldberg has more than twenty years’ experience in private practice advising clients on energy and... | Read More
Mr. Goldberg has more than twenty years’ experience in private practice advising clients on energy and infrastructure projects and real estate transactions, and as general counsel to a renewable energy company. He also serves as the firm’s Property & Finance Practice Group Leader.Close
Foley & Lardner
Mr. Lowder is a partner and member of the firm’s Finance Practice. Although his practice extends to all aspects... | Read More
Mr. Lowder is a partner and member of the firm’s Finance Practice. Although his practice extends to all aspects of business law, he currently focuses his practice on energy, project finance, project development, and related tax and public financing. He is also a member of the firm's Energy Industry Team. He has experience with numerous project technologies including commercial, utility-scale, and residential-scale solar photovoltaic systems; onshore and offshore wind development; biomass and biofuel projects; and other energy and alternative energy technologies.Close