Developers are constantly looking for ways to find capital for their energy development projects. They have solicited all sorts of capital, including banks, angel investors, private equity investors, private development bonds, and other sources. One other potential source of capital for certain types of projects is a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). A recent IRS private ruling discusses the limitations and potential viability of REITs for funding energy development projects. Read More »IRS Ruling Address Power Generation by REITs
Competing Cost-Benefit Studies Fuel Net Metering Debate
This blog post was written by AHC attorney Roland Hall.
Net metering is a billing mechanism that allows consumers to receive credit for electricity they generate from small-scale renewable energy resources and transfer onto the grid. The details of how net metering works, such as the value of credits, and the ability to bank credits, vary among the states and electric utilities that have net metering policies in place. Solar installations make up the overwhelming majority of net metering generation. Read More »Competing Cost-Benefit Studies Fuel Net Metering Debate