Solar Energy Projects: Structuring EPC Agreements
Unique Issues in Solar PV EPCs, Performance Guarantees and Defect Warranties
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to counsel involved in developing and financing utility-scale solar PV power projects, with a particular focus on the underlying engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) agreements. The panel will discuss market factors and will outline the important terms and options to address in EPC agreements.
- Utility-scale PV solar recent developments
- Contract structure issues and issues unique to solar PV
- Construction options
- EPC guarantees/warranties
- Key issues from the lender’s perspective
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the critical provisions of EPCs for developers, lenders and vendors?
- What strategies should be used to structure the agreements to appropriately allocate risk?
- How can the parties and their counsel allocate risks and benefits in the long-term contract?
Meredith L. Hiller, Esq.
Holland & Knight
Ms. Hiller concentrates her practice on energy regulatory matters, corporate transactions and compliance for energy... | Read More
Ms. Hiller concentrates her practice on energy regulatory matters, corporate transactions and compliance for energy regulatory and other clients. She advises public utility and renewable energy clients on state regulatory matters, and her transactional practice has included public utility debt and equity financings, M&A, and corporate restructurings. Ms. Hiller has also represented technology and software clients on public and private M&As and other corporate matters.Close
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