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ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources 18th Section Fall Meeting

September 29, 2010 - October 2, 2010
Sheraton New Orleans

John Clancy is speaking on "Collecting the Carrots and Avoicing the Sticks in Green Development Projects" at the American Bar Association's Section of Environment, Energy and Resources fall meeting.

Description: Green building, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and other sustainable development projects make sense because they are the right thing to do and because they can be good investments. More so than ever before, there are significant federal, state, and other grants; tax credits; tax deductions; and other incentives supporting sustainable development projects. However,many of these incentives are competitive and/or have requirements or restrictions that may conflict withlocal requirements or particular project goals or requirements. Environmental and energy lawyers are uniquely positioned to help clients meet their sustainable development goals by ensuring projects are planned and implemented to maximize eligibility for available financial incentives. At the same time, clients need help in avoiding potential pitfalls caused by inconsistent or incompatible programs, conflicts with local law, and other project barriers.This session will provide attendees with invaluable information on developing and financing sustainable projects that they can use in helping clients turn ideas into reality.

Sheraton New Orleans
New Orleans, LA


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