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Renewable Power Purchase Agreements
Key issues and implications



December 10, 2015
Call in from Anywhere!
12-1:30 pm Pacific / 3-4:30 pm Eastern

Who Should Call In

Attorneys responsible for negotiating or reviewing power purchase agreements (PPAs) or supervising outside counsel in their negotiation or review of PPAs; corporate environmental, energy, or facilities staff; origination staff at energy companies or energy procurement staff at utilities or end use customers; project finance lawyers, M&A lawyers and other professionals who review PPAs while performing due diligence

Why You Should Call In

December's Paris climate negotiations will again focus the spotlight on renewable energy, but renewables may already have reached a tipping point. Dramatically falling prices for renewable power, together with growing demand from corporations seeking to reduce their climate footprint and public policies ranging from the Clean Power Plan to state renewable portfolio mandates are combining to drive a major shift in the nation's electric power sector towards renewable energy.

This ninety-minute, audio-only TeleBriefing will provide a comprehensive overview of Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (Renewable PPAs), including the key aspects of Renewable PPAs from the perspective of project developers, high-tech consumers, and pioneers in the most advanced forms of Renewable PPAs.

What You Will Learn

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Agenda

Thursday, December 10, 2015

12:00 pm

Renewable Power Purchase Agreements

Introduction & Overview

Eric L. Christensen, Esq., Moderator, Partner
Cairncross & Hempelmann / Seattle, WA

Renewable Developer Perspective

Travis Bryan, Chief Operating Officer
OneEnergy Renewables / Seattle, WA

Customer Perspective on Renewable Energy

Patrick Leonard, Program Manager, Sustainability
T-Mobile / Bellevue, WA

Synthetic PPAs

William H. Holmes, Esq., Partner
K&L Gates LLP / Portland, OR

 
1:30 pm

Q & A (for up to 30 minutes)

 


If You Cannot Dial In

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Tuition

Individual rate: $195

Group rate: $130 per person attending on the same line

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Contact our office for more information.

Continuing Education Credits

This TeleBriefing qualifies for 1.5 Washington CLE credits. For CLE credits in other states:

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Call In Info

The dial-in number and a link to the materials will be emailed to you the day before the TeleBriefing. All orders are processed within one business day of receipt.

Cancellation & Substitution

You may substitute another person at any time or receive a recording of the program (see If You Cannot Dial In).



Our Distinguished Panel

Eric L. Christensen, Moderator, Partner, Cairncross & Hempelmann, focuses on regulatory, contract and litigation matters arising in the energy, clean tech and natural resources industries. Mr. Christensen's litigation experience also includes successfully representing Snohomish County PUD in a series of complex lawsuits arising from the Enron crisis. Previously, he was Chairman of the Energy, Telecommunications & Utilities practice group at Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP.

Travis Bryan, Chief Operating Officer, OneEnergy Renewables, leads their strategic planning and corporate operations with a focus on project development, finance, and general business management. Mr. Bryan has extensive experience in alternative asset management, business development, communications and operations. Previously, he was a Director and Head of Client Communications for BlackRock Alternative Advisors, one of the largest global alternative investment managers.

William H. Holmes, partner, K&L Gates LLP,focuses on energy and infrastructure projects and transactions with an emphasis on wind energy, solar energy, hydroelectric power, geothermal, biomass, natural gas, carbon offsets, and energy storage. Mr. Holmes experience extends into corporate transactions, water law, and real estate law. He also advises clients in negotiating major power purchase agreements, acquisition and sale of energy projects, EPC agreements, O&M agreements, fuel supply, and energy project development agreements.

Patrick Leonard, Program Manager, Sustainability, T-Mobile, works to identify sustainability strategies, goals and priorities. Previously, he was Director at Paladino and Company.