TRAINING Electric Utility Contracts for Non-Lawyers

Electric Utility Contracts for Non-Lawyers
May 14 - 15, 2019
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Course Details:
  • ●  Time: 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. (Each Day)
  • ●  Capacity: 50 Attendees
  • ●  Estimated Enrollment Fee: 
  •      $660/ Per Attendee (Minimum 20 Attendees), or
  •      $275/ Per Attendee (Assuming 50 Attendees) 
  • ●  Provider: Holland & Hart
Course Overview:
This course is designed for non-lawyers (or junior lawyers) who (1) want a better understanding of some of the major legal documents involved with project development, construction, financing, and working with utilities, and (2) want to gain familiarity and comfort with basic legal terminology and concepts.
The course will also provide an overview of the basics of project finance, including the use of debt, equity, and tax equity partners by project developers. We will review some of the most common financing structures (getting acquainted with the key terminology) for energy projects and will focus on the role of the PPA and the offtake in the financing process.

Who Should Attend?
Anyone who works with, manages, negotiates or read contracts (including PPAs and related agreements such as purchase options) who would like a better understanding of how contracts work, how to review and revise contracts, and where to focus attention when negotiating a contract.
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