Solar Energy Legislation Shines: How and Why
Several of New Jersey’s leaders in the green energy sector will join together at Flaster/Greenberg’s Cherry Hill office on October 10, 2012 to have an open-ended panel discussion on The New Jersey Solar Energy Legislation. The Bill, which Governor Christie signed into law (s-1925) on July 24, 2012, will bring the solar energy industry in New Jersey back to life and was based, in part, upon the input from significant stakeholders and innovative experts.
The program will be moderated by Flaster/Greenberg attorneys Mitchell Cohen and Franklin Riesenburger, Co-Chairs of Flaster/Greenberg’s Alternative and Renewable Energy Industry Group. The panel will consist of Jeremy Connor, CEO, National Energy Partners, LLC; Steven Gabel, President and Founder, Gabel Associates; Michael Flett, President, Flett Exchange, LLC; and Anthony Pizzutillo, Partner, Smith Pizzutillo, LLC.
The program will include a question and answer session and focus on the following:
- Behind-the-scenes policy considerations and how the new energy legislation impacts different industry sectors
- How this law will reshape the industry
- Working with an expiring cash grant and utilizing the Investment Tax Credit
- Advantages available to your business as a result of the new legislation
- Net metering defined and how it differs from net metering aggregation
- SRECs – what they are and what to do if you have them
- Trading SRECs: how-who-when
- Farmland issues
- Projects on Landfills and Brownfields
- Past marketing behavior and future market projections
Answers to key industry questions will be addressed, such as:
- What are the key financial variables in solar ventures in New Jersey?
- What does the new energy legislation mean for large grid supply projects and what does it mean for Brownfields?
- What are the opportunities for private/public partnerships?
When: Wednesday, October 10, 2012, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Where: Flaster/Greenberg’s Cherry Hill Office, located at 1810 Chapel Ave West
This seminar has been approved for 1.5 substantive Pennsylvania and New Jersey Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. For more information, or to register, please click here.