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Anaheim: Renewable Energy Development on Tribal Lands


Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie has joined EUCI as a Sponsoring Organization for the upcoming conference “Renewable Energy Development on Tribal Lands” on February 4-5 in Anaheim, CA.  Pilar Thomas, of counsel in the Firm’s Tucson office, will present on the unique legal and jurisdictional considerations for renewable energy development on tribal lands, and will also present at the post-conference workshop on structuring contract instruments to sell power into the grid. 

With over 9,000 MW of potential renewable energy resources, tribal lands are uniquely positioned to support state renewable energy portfolio requirements, EPA Clean Power Plan implementation plans, and corporate clean energy and sustainability goals.  The EUCI conference will give attendees the opportunity to learn about the various jurisdictional, legal, and regulatory structures, as well as business structures and arrangements, that are involved in developing renewable energy projects on tribal lands.  

As one of the premier Southwest law firms, with over 300 lawyers in 6 states, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s lawyers’ in depth knowledge of the specialized federal and Tribal laws and our substantive experience in environmental, water, natural resources, renewable energy, leasing and mining law combine to effectively represent our Tribal and non-Tribal clients. When required, we call on the strong knowledge base of the lawyers in our tribal affairs, real estate, commercial, finance, government relations, gaming and litigation groups to assist and advise our clients. Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie lawyers know that succeeding in matters involving Tribal natural resources and land issues and with Tribal entities requires an approach which is tailored to each transaction and each Tribal entity.

We hope you will join us in Anaheim, California, for this exciting – and timely – energy conference.

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