Energy Generation in the Urban Environment
Law of the Land and the Environmental Law Society present a lunch panel discussing the growth of urban, alternative energy generation projects nationwide and locally in Chicago. Focusing on Chicago-based projects including ComEd's City Solar project, a 10MW solar installation on a 41-acre brownfield in West Pullman, the panel will examine the particular legal obstacles for urban, alternative energy generation initiatives and the outlook for urban, alternative energy generation in the future.
Panelists include Tom O'Neill, General Counsel and SVP of Regulatory and Energy Policy at Exelon and Becky Stanfield, Deputy Director for Policy for the Midwest Region of the National Resources Defense Council. The panel will be moderated by Mark Templeton, Director of the Abrams Environmental Law Clinic. Chipotle will be provided.