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October 3-4, 2016

Fredrikson & Byron’s Renewable Energy Group is proud to sponsor, host and participate in the eighth annual Conference on Renewable Energy in the Midwest, presented by Law Seminars International (LSI).

Daniel Yarano, Fredrikson & Byron’s Energy Group Chair, is the Program Co-Chair for the Conference and will present the Introduction and Overview session both days. Fredrikson’s Jeremy Duehr and Nena Lenz will be presenting on “Demand Drivers for New Renewable Resources,” providing an update on the Obama Administration's clean power initiative for military and civilian facilities and government contracts on Monday, October 3 at 10:30 a.m.

Fredrikson & Byron Discounted Registration

Planning to attend the Conference? Use the discount code FredLaw to receive $200 off of your registration.

About the Conference

The Conference opens with a discussion of federal energy policy developments that are impacting the market for renewable energy in the Midwest. Leading national renewable energy professionals, thought leaders and regulators will address opportunities and challenges for developers and entrepreneurs in the Midwest.

You will hear about current industry challenges and major areas that are impacting Midwest development opportunities, including what is on FERC's agenda, federal and regional transmission and interconnection developments, permitting, government energy contracts, solar garden and storage technology trends, resource planning, procuring renewable generating assets, the future of solar, and how regulatory policies and business dynamics have intersected to affect the financing and deployment of various types of renewable energy.

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Minneapolis, MN 55402

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