Kronick Telebriefing:

Financing Options for Solar Power Projects and How to Structure the Contract to Meet Your District's Specific Goals (telebriefing)

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Monday, January 10, 2010

Time:

10:00 - 10:20 a.m.
Question and answer session will follow

KMTG Presenters:

Constantine C. Baranoff

Overview:

Has your district been approached by a solar power provider?

Solar projects are often advertised to school districts as a way to save energy costs and generate revenue. Documents prepared and distributed by solar power providers are drafted to protect only the interests of the provider. They can fail to take into account school-specific issues, such as student safety, campus security, and a guaranteed rate of return to offset a school district’s upfront investment.

At Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard (KMTG), we offer advice and counsel on the potential pitfalls in “going green” without proper planning and negotiating unambiguous contract terms upfront. Additionally, KMTG can assist your district in choosing the appropriate financing and contractual structure to meet your financial goals.

Make sure you know the pros and cons before entering into the long-term commitment necessary to make your schools “green.”

Registration:

Please email Kristy Garza at kgarza@kmtg.com to register