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Why You Should Attend
The future of energy production and supply for the U.S. has become a pivotal focus of legal practice. To meet the growing demand from the legal community for guidance on key areas of transactions, regulatory compliance, and judicial perspectives, PLI is proud to present Energy Law and Practice 2021: Greening the U.S. Power Grid.
This new program, chaired by George “Chip” Cannon, Jr., will provide attendees with a comprehensive look into a legal and commercial framework for a low- or zero-carbon electric power grid in the U.S.
Participants will gain invaluable instruction and enjoy unique networking opportunities at this illuminating in-person, all-day seminar featuring renowned industry leaders from multiple regions presenting on the market responses to these changing legal and regulatory requirements, legal and commercial trends in renewable development, the critical role of transmission infrastructure, trends in offshore wind development, regulatory and commercial developments for energy storage, and the role of carbon in greening the grid.
What You Will Learn
- Policy changes underlying the increased demands for a low- or zero-carbon grid
- Factors impacting investment in various sectors, including renewable energy and emerging technologies such as battery storage
- Developments in the oversight of supply chains for the grid
- How carbon credits are used to transition to clean energy
- How to maximize the value of low- or zero-carbon resources
Who Should Attend
Attorneys of all levels should attend to learn about recent developments in the “green” energy sector and key issues of legal practice in this field.
Prerequisites: Some legal background in energy regulation and market factors
Intended Audience: Investment advisors and legal practitioners in energy and energy production infrastructure fields, in-house counsel for energy providers (private, quasi-government, public), policy advisors, energy deal transaction attorneys, class-action and commercial litigation attorneys
Advanced Preparation: None