EPC Solvency and Grid Connection

EPC Solvency and Grid Connection

Lachlan Tait

15 years: Renewable energy & project finance lawyer

In this video, Lachlan covers the overarching challenges facing renewables as a sector and how the project contracts can be used to overcome or otherwise manage these challenges.

In this video, Lachlan covers the overarching challenges facing renewables as a sector and how the project contracts can be used to overcome or otherwise manage these challenges.

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EPC Solvency and Grid Connection

10 mins 23 secs

Overview

The renewables sector, like other "sustainable" sectors, is booming and this boom is likely to continue. However, this doesn't automatically mean that renewables projects are easy or abundant. In fact, in many ways, they are becoming increasingly difficult to manage.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are the overarching challenges faced by renewables as a sector?

  • How can the project contracts be used to overcome these challenges?

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Lachlan Tait

Lachlan Tait

Lachlan Tait is a lawyer specialising in renewable energy and project finance, and has been for 15 years. For the last 5 years he has worked in-house with renewable energy developers active across a range of jurisdictions, including both developed and emerging markets. He has participated in the negotiation, documentation and closing of numerous renewables project financings, involving a wide range of lenders including smaller national banks and international commercial banks.

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