The 2019 Renewable Energy Law Conference will be held in Austin, Texas Jan. 28-29, 2019, at the AT&T Conference Center. Mr. Cohen’s presentation will focus on key provisions and issues in engineering, procurement and construction contracts used in development of renewable energy projects. Please see link below for additional details. https://utcle.org/conferences/WE19
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Stahl, Bernal, Davies, Sewell & Chavarria attorneys Alan Cohen, Brittany Dadon, Greg Friend and Byron Kentor will teach the EUCI course on Land Lease Agreements for Renewable Energy in Austin Texas on September 13 and 14, 2018. For more information, please visit: //www.euci.com/event_post/0918-renewable-energy-land-lease/.
Stahl, Bernal, Davies, Sewell & Chavarria is pleased to announce the addition of Byron Kentor to its Commercial Real Estate, Renewable Energy, Natural Resources, and Environment practice groups. Byron is an experienced real estate and finance attorney. Byron’s practice includes representation of clients in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including financing, purchasing, [...]
After a significant weather event like a hurricane, many property owners cannot make repairs without insurance proceeds, and they cannot afford to wait several months or years to resolve their insurance claims. Owners of damaged properties frequently elect to sell their properties in a damaged condition, and to transfer their insurance claims to the purchaser [...]
The City of Dallas C-PACE program recently closed its first PACE project, enabling Alterra International to obtain $23.9 million in long-term fixed-rate financing from CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital for energy and water saving upgrades to the historic Butler Brothers Building at 500 S. Ervay Street across from City Hall. The project is the largest C-PACE project [...]
Alan Cohen will speak at Solar Power Texas in Austin on June 13th sponsored by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). Alan will participate in a panel discussion entitled “How to Take Advantage of Commercial PACE in Texas”. Alan also will speak on “Mineral Issues’ Impact on Utility [...]
“That’s enough energy to power more than 5.7 million homes here in Texas, and also provide more than 25,000 jobs here in Texas,” said Tom Kiernan, who runs the wind energy trade group." Read More Here
The Electric Reliability of Council of Texas, operator of the state’s power grid, forecast earlier this month that demand will peak at 58,591 megawatts between December and February, when households are typically running their heaters to keep warm. That would top a winter record hit in 2011 when a cold snap triggered rolling blackouts across Texas. [...]
Companies who want to get more their electricity from renewable energy and in turn reduce their carbon footprint might want to look at a new report which identifies the states that lead the country in renewable generation. According to Benchmarking Clean Energy Deployment 2016 produced by Ceres and Clean Edge, four utilities serving nine states [...]
In a decision issued on May 27, 2016 the Texas Supreme Court ruled that Texas' “accommodation doctrine” should also apply to groundwater, in addition to oil and gas. The accommodation doctrine requires mineral owners — considered the dominant estate — to accommodate the surface owner’s existing use of the land if at all possible. While it [...]