Renewable Energy PPA Ancillary Agreements
Negotiating the Multitude of Complex Provisions Between Power Generators and Buyers
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide provide counsel for parties involved in renewable projects with an examination of ancillary energy-related agreements, including the potential risks and benefits and guidance for negotiating better deals. The panel will examine key terms, provide sample provisions, and outline strategic approaches.
- Fuel supply
- Lease or license
- Purchase agreement
- Operations agreements
- Strategies for negotiation
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the critical provisions that parties should include among energy-related ancillary agreements?
- What are the common issues parties encounter when allocating risks and benefits, and how can problems be avoided?
- How do different forms of energy impact the terms of operation and maintenance agreements?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Kristen Thall Peters
Cooper White & Cooper
Ms. Peters co-chairs the firm's Green Practice Group and practices real estate, land use and environmental... | Read More
Ms. Peters co-chairs the firm's Green Practice Group and practices real estate, land use and environmental law. She counsels energy companies in development and contractual matters, including the drafting of contracts for power purchase, purchase and sale of environmental attributes, including renewable energy credit and carbon credits, and the development, financing, and restructuring of power projects.Close
Gregory D. Chafee
Morris Manning & Martin
He advises on renewable energy projects, cleantech innovation and investment, and sustainability programs, policies and... | Read More
He advises on renewable energy projects, cleantech innovation and investment, and sustainability programs, policies and initiatives. He has negotiated and structured complex transactions involving electrical production, natural gas transmission, and the generation of energy from biomass, solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower, waste-to-energy and other renewable resources.Close