Energy Law

Forum on Successful Tactics to Deal with Local Stakeholders in Renewable Project Siting

Hosted by the Renewables Practice Committee

Forum begins at 2:00 pm Central

Past Event

MCLE Credit not Available

Details for connecting to the forum will be sent after you register. If you registered but did not receive a link to participate in the forum, please email Ryan Frome-Pezzulli.

Duration: 1 hour

IEL: +1.972.244.3422
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Join the conversation on March 30 for a moderated discussion on Successful Tactics to Deal with Local Stakeholders in Renewable Project Siting. Bring your stories, experiences and share them with peers in the field. The discussion will include the role of agreements in striking deals with local stakeholders, local content requirements (formal and informal), community organizing, and environmental justice dynamics.

Webinar begins at 2:00 pm Central
Duration: 1 hour

Registration Options

This program is only open to IEL Members and employees of IEL Sustaining and Supporting Members.

  • $0 - IEL Member
  • $0 - IEL Supporting or Sustaining Member Employee

MCLE Credit

MCLE Credit will not be available.

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