Watts in Your Wallet – Financing Clean Energy Projects (Part 2)


Lozano Smith Client News Brief
In Part 2 of our discussion on the complex topic of clean energy projects and how they are financed, Sloan Simmons talks with Devon Lincoln and Daniel Maruccia about the options for financing such projects and the overarching themes impacting this area of the law.

Show Notes & References
  • 1:30 Government Code § 4217.10, et seq.
  • 2:29 Power Purchasing Agreement (PPA)
  • 7:47 Constitutional Debt Limitation
  • 9:42 City of Los Angeles v. Offner (1942); Dean v. Kuchel (1950)
  • 11:40 California Debt & Investment Advisory Commission (CDIAC)
  • 16:08 Report of Proposed Debt Issuance (Government Code § 8855(I)(1))
  • 19:39 SEC Rule 15c2-12
  • 21:33 Proposition 39
  • 31:36 Assembly Bill 182 (Ch. 447, Stats. 2013, effective 1/1/14)
  • 31:39 MCDC (Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation) Initiative (2014-2016)
  • 31:43 “Pay-to-Play” (Treasurer’s Office 2016)
  • 31:47 Assembly Bill 195 (Ch. 105, Stats. 2017, effective 1/1/18)
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