On the Horizon:
Buy In - Solar Development Finance and the Investor Tax Credit
January 10, 2017 Noon CT
Policies and regulations can establish incentives or disincentives to develop a solar energy project and influence the development timeline. Texas has few policy incentives for solar development. However, costs are competitive, and permit requirements in the state are fairly straightforward; local governments impose few restrictions on solar development, and the hurdles presented by federal and state laws like those protecting endangered species are no more onerous than in other states. However, certain policy changes could further encourage solar energy development in Texas.
In this installment of Husch Blackwell and the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance “On the Horizon” webinar series, our panelists will give advice on tax credit requirements, how to finance solar projects, solar project finance predictions for the new year and much more.
- Tax requirements to qualify for solar tax credits
- Tax issues for structuring transactions
- Trends in solar project finance and our forecast for 2017
- Implications of changing tax credit structures
Who Should Attend
Renewable developers; oil and gas companies; solar service providers; public officials; investment banks; private equity companies; environmental entities, general counsel and other development consultants and service providers.
Continuing Education Credit
This webinar is pending approval for California, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.
Associate, Husch Blackwell
Partner, Husch Blackwell