SOLAR ENERGY PROJECTS: The Impact of Federal, State, and Local Laws on Commercial, Utility & Residential Developments
September – November | One Session per Month | REGISTER NOW
Solar Energy development continues to grow in the United States as consumers and investors have increased demand for solar energy. As a result, federal, state and local governments have also incentivized or mandated solar energy programs by writing them into recent law which effect the:
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act in 2021 and the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act include provisions that range from significant support for electrification of the transportation system to building out the nation’s electric transmission grid and solar energy. TU ENERGY LAW & COMMERCE SERIES FALL 2022 will examine & discuss the impacts (both pros and cons) that these laws are having nationwide.
Anyone responsible for developing, financing, constructing, operating, and decommissioning solar projects at the utility, commercial and residential levels contracts will greatly benefit from attending, such as:
Buford Boyd Pollett, J.D.
Genave King Rogers Asst. Professor of Energy Law and Commerce
The University of Tulsa
Collins College of Business
Mr. Pollett’s extensive combination of experience in energy laws, pipeline projects, and businesses, brings a rare perspective on many aspects of U.S. Natural Gas Pipelines. He is a licensed Attorney in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, and Georgia. He is also a licensed Geoscientist in Texas and a proctor in maritime law.
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*Must attend all 3 sessions to receive a Certificate of Completion and be awarded the PDHs/CEUs.
SEMINAR SERIES INFORMATION:
Format: Instructor-Led, Live, Virtual using ZOOM
The ZOOM meeting invitation link will be emailed a couple of days before the date of each seminar to all paid registrants.
REGISTRATION FEES and DISCOUNTS:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER:TU ENERGY LAW & COMMERCE Fall 2022