Siting and Permitting for Energy Projects: Legal Challenges and Managing Risks
Understanding Siting and Permitting Constraints Beyond Simply the Environmental
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will help renewable energy infrastructure project developers and their counsel understand and navigate the challenges involved in siting and permitting such facilities. The panel will discuss critical risks and considerations during the various stages of a project, overcoming difficulties in siting and permitting, addressing public opposition and outreach, understanding environmental concerns, and other items impacting energy projects.
- Site selection
- Siting and permitting authority
- Environmental and other issues that impact permits for energy facilities
- Strategies for siting and permitting
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What approaches can developers and their counsel use to limit risks associated with siting and permitting an energy facility?
- What are the practical aspects of community and stakeholder outreach?
- What steps can developers and their counsel take to manage the coordination between federal, state, and local authorities?
Lisa A. Gilbreath
Ms. Gilbreath is a partner in the Environmental, Land Use, and Energy Infrastructure Development, Acquisition &... | Read More
Ms. Gilbreath is a partner in the Environmental, Land Use, and Energy Infrastructure Development, Acquisition & Financing practice groups. She works on a wide variety of environmental and energy matters, offering clients strategic advice in regulatory, legislative, and judicial proceedings.Close
Bonnie L. Heiple
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
Ms. Heiple focuses her practice on environmental, energy and natural resources law. She advises clients on a wide range... | Read More
Ms. Heiple focuses her practice on environmental, energy and natural resources law. She advises clients on a wide range of litigation and transactional matters, and provides strategic counsel on project development and compliance with federal and state requirements.Close