Using Partnership Flips to Finance Renewable Energy Projects: Evaluating Tax Risks, Navigating IRS Safe Harbors
Note: CPE credit is not offered on this program
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide counsel to parties involved in financing energy projects using partnership flip tax equity structures. The webinar will be a deep dive into partnership flips and current issues in such transactions. The webinar will also cover broader trends in renewable energy financing.
- Current data points
- Structuring flip transactions
- Current issues that are coming up in deals
- Best practices for developers and counsel
Webinar participants will come away with a good understanding of the basic flip structure and the main variations. They will also have a good feel for what issues are currently taking up the most time in deals.
Co-Head of Projects
Norton Rose Fulbright US
Mr. Martin is a transactional lawyer whose principal areas of practice are tax and project finance. He acted for 178... | Read More
Mr. Martin is a transactional lawyer whose principal areas of practice are tax and project finance. He acted for 178 companies last year and worked on transactions in the United States and eight foreign countries. He also lobbies Congress and the Treasury Department on policy issues. He is co-head of the Firm’s project finance group.Close
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Mr. Medina’s practice focuses on tax aspects of energy investment and financing transactions, including tax... | Read More
Mr. Medina’s practice focuses on tax aspects of energy investment and financing transactions, including tax equity investments in the renewables space. He regularly works on federal tax policy and controversy issues involving renewable energy, and he has extensive experience structuring tax-driven transactions. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Medina was associate general counsel-tax at automotive and energy company Tesla Inc. He was primarily responsible for all tax issues across Tesla related to the energy and storage business. Mr. Medina previously served as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at SolarCity, which Tesla purchased in 2016. He also previously worked at Dewey LeBoeuf and Sidley Austin, where he handled a wide range of U.S. tax matters, particularly those in the renewable energy, equipment leasing, and tax equity fields.Close