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Clean Energy Cleaned Up In 2018 Project Financings


12 Dec 2018
Reprinted with permission

According to Morrison & Foerster partner Elizabeth C. Sluder, tariffs on products such as steel and aluminum haven’t stopped renewable energy projects, but they have created an environment of legal uncertainty.

“It is definitely slowing down transactions, especially because people are engaged in prolonged negotiations as to who's taking this 'change in law' risk,” she said in the Law360 article “Clean Energy Cleaned Up In 2018 Project Financings.” “If not express price adjustments, there are threats of price adjustments, and whether that's going to be a reopened issue for purchases in the future.”



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