This symposium is targeted at those with both beginning and intermediate levels of knowledge about photovoltaic electrical generation for the grid and is designed in a progressive manner with each session building upon the knowledge gained in the prior session.
Upon completion, an attorney, landowner, government professional, educator or other interested attendee will have a well-rounded understanding of the legal facets of the proliferation of utility-scale solar development project proposals in Pennsylvania, across the region, and throughout much of the United States.
The June 15 agenda includes--
-- Overview of PA Utility-Scale Solar Development: Why Here? Why Now?
-- Anatomy of a Utility-Scale Solar Leasing Relationship
-- Negotiating The Best Deal For A Landowner
The June 17 agenda includes--
-- Utility-Scale and Community Solar Projects from the Developer's Perspective
-- Municipal Approvals & Community Engagement
-- Policy Drivers and Government Incentives: Present and Future
The registration fee is $99 without CLE credits, $179 with 6 hours of CLE credits.
In addition to the Center for Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State Law, the Symposium is being presented by the Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research, Penn State Dickinson Law and Penn State Extension.[Posted: April 29, 2021] PA Environment Digest