NEW YORK, NY (July 20, 2017) — Peter Funk's course entitled “Combined Heat & Power Projects: Negotiating Power Purchase and Procurement Agreements” was broadcast by Lawline.com on July 18, 2017.
The course, available on-line for self-study, is designed to give attorneys an overview of power purchase (PPA) and equipment purchase (or lease) approaches to CHP (combined heat and power) projects.
- Critical provisions for PPA’s for both buyers and sellers
- Allocation of benefits and risks
- Monetary incentives and their advantages and disadvantages
- Practical considerations
- Maintenance requirements
- Remote monitoring
- Utility interconnections and other utility regulation issues
Peter Funk is an energy attorney whose renewable and alternative energy practice encompasses comprehensive handling of renewable energy, cogeneration and energy conservation projects. Engagements have included private and public on-site cogeneration, metering, renewable energy conservation measures, energy management and data centers as well as solar, biomass and biogas installations and waste-to-energy.
Funk is co-founder of the energy law boutique Funk & Zeifer LLP based in New York City.