On the Horizon imageHusch Blackwell and the Texas Renewable Energies Industries Alliance have teamed up to produce a webinar series titled, On the Horizon, focused on the Texas solar industry.  The latest installment focused on solar leases and mineral right issues and is now available on-demand. The panelists discussed recommended provisions for solar leases including steps solar project developers can take to anticipate mineral estate operations and lessen the potential impact of right of access under the Texas’ Accommodation Doctrine.

Register here for the final two webinars of the year:

  • November: Environmental Landscape: Permitting, ESA and shortening the development timeline
  • December: Buy-In: Solar development M&A, finance and the investor tax credit

Previous Episodes Available for Download

  • Solar Developments in Texas – Texas Legislative and Regulatory Preview: an in-depth look at Texas legislative and regulatory issues affecting solar development in the state. Our industry experts will preview the 2017 legislative session and provide insight into what’s happening with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).View an On Demand recording of this webinar.
  • Solar Development in Texas – Expanding Solar Through Storage: Electricity storage is generating significant buzz as costs continue to decline for commercial and residential customers, utility-scale projects come online, and states evaluate new policy initiatives. The range of potential applications is exciting, and the prospects for added value to solar are bright. Join Husch Blackwell and the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance for the next installment in our Texas solar webinar series as we discuss these issues and more.Topics include the future of solar+storage in Texas; how innovative companies and utilities deploy technology to improve the resiliency and reliability of the electrical power grid through grid management services and energy storage; and options to manage growth and potentially avoid transmission and distribution costs.View an On Demand recording of this webinar.