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Why You Should Attend
Our expert faculty will examine the key issues in a Power Purchase Agreement from the perspectives of the developer, counsel and commercial customer. Whether a commercial facility is considering solar, wind, biomass, renewable natural gas or other forms of distributed energy, the key legal agreement between the parties is the PPA, which forms the foundation of the agreement for the developer to provide energy and the facility to procure that power.
These are agreements that often last 15 to 20 years, and need to provide a clear recitation of the parties’ legal obligations, but also provide a measure of flexibility to account for likely changes to the regulations, environment and parties over that timeframe.
What You Will Learn
- Who owns the equipment?
- Who gets the value of any environmental attributes?
- How equipment is maintained and if it is removed at the end of the term
- What happens if there is damage or other casualty event?
- How does insurance respond to distributed energy systems?
- What key provisions are required to facilitate financing for the developer?
- What primary protections should the commercial customer insist upon?
- The distinctions between a PPA and a virtual PPA
Who Should Attend
Attorneys and professionals operating in the energy sector should find this program helpful.