The Practice of Renewable Energy Law This course will provide students hands-on experience with legal issues faced in the renewable energy industry. The class will take the perspective of a U.S. based project development company and examine alternative subsidy schemes for wind, solar and other renewable energy technologies; a typical project procurement process; interconnection and transmission issues arising in the renewables context; materiel supply, engineering and construction issues; financing for utility-scale projects and distributed generation; competition from outside the U.S.; and related issues. Students will spend significant time working with real-world examples and related transactional documents.
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