Event 02 Apr. 2024

Curtis Environmental Chair Charles Howland to Speak on Upcoming Strafford Webinar: Renewable Energy Project Infrastructure and Buildout

Many states have issued legislation to minimize obstacles to certain clean energy projects by streamlining permit application requirements, establishing timelines for acting on those applications, and limiting local discretion, among other key items. Despite this, many still struggle with navigating environmental challenges and permitting processes, inconsistent policy standards, and financial support, as well as the possibility of litigation over siting decisions.

Counsel must be able to assist clients in understanding federal and state regulations, acquiring necessary permits and approvals, and structuring transactions for renewable energy projects and build-out.

Curtis partner Charles Howland will be a panelist on this upcoming webinar on Thursday, April 11, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT.

The panel will address these and other key issues:

  • Navigating applicable federal and state regulation of renewable energy project infrastructure and build-out
  • Environmental considerations and pitfalls to avoid
  • Acquiring permits and managing challenges in the application process
  • Deal structures and key contract provisions
  • Best practices for counsel in assisting clients in renewable energy project development.

For more information and to register, (including a 50% discount for friends of Curtis) please click here.

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