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On the Powered podcast, Foley’s Renewable Energy Team will bring you the key issues of the day in the renewable energy sector and energy transition market, the people making projects and deals move forward, and put it all into perspective so you’re ready to tackle tomorrow.


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On the Powered podcast, Foley’s Renewable Energy Team will bring you the key issues of the day in the renewable energy sector and energy transition market, the people making projects and deals move forward, and put it all into perspective so you’re ready to tackle tomorrow.


DISCLAIMER
This podcast is provided for general informational purposes only and is intended as a general overview. The podcast does not constitute legal advice nor solicitation to provide legal services. It is not meant to convey a legal position of Foley & Lardner, LLP (“Foley” or the “Firm”) on behalf of any client, nor is it intended to convey specific legal advice. Any opinions expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Firm, its partners, or its clients. The podcast is not intended to create, and listening to the podcast does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. The listener should not act upon this information without seeking counsel from a licensed attorney. Foley makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the content of the podcast or to its accuracy or completeness and accepts no responsibility for an individual who acts or refrains from acting based on information obtained from the podcast. In some jurisdictions, the contents of this podcasts may be considered Attorney Advertising. If applicable, please note that prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

    Cybersecurity Issues Affecting the Energy Industry

    Cybersecurity Issues Affecting the Energy Industry

    No longer the stuff of Hollywood hypotheticals, cybersecurity threats are a daily reality and challenge for energy companies building solar, wind, battery and transmission projects communicating in an increasingly dynamic, interactive energy grid. But are we keeping pace with those seeking to exploit the grid’s vulnerabilities? We are joined by partners Jennifer Urban and Aaron Tantleff from Foley’s Cybersecurity and Privacy practice to break it all down and unpack what’s next for cybersecurity in the energy space.

    Unpacking the Auxin Case and White House Executive Order on Solar Tariffs

    Unpacking the Auxin Case and White House Executive Order on Solar Tariffs

    The solar industry has faced challenges from a trade investigation underway at the Commerce Department, but a new Executive Order from the White House aims to calm industry nerves…for now. Is the solar industry back to business as usual? Foley’s Renewable Energy practice chair, Dave Clark, and the former acting general counsel and chief of staff at the Commerce Department, Mike Walsh, break it all down and unpack what’s next for the Auxin investigation.

     

    DISCLAIMER
    This podcast is provided for general informational purposes only and is intended as a general overview. The podcast does not constitute legal advice nor solicitation to provide legal services. It is not meant to convey a legal position of Foley & Lardner, LLP (“Foley” or the “Firm”) on behalf of any client, nor is it intended to convey specific legal advice. Any opinions expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Firm, its partners, or its clients. The podcast is not intended to create, and listening to the podcast does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. The listener should not act upon this information without seeking counsel from a licensed attorney. Foley makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the content of the podcast or to its accuracy or completeness and accepts no responsibility for an individual who acts or refrains from acting based on information obtained from the podcast. In some jurisdictions, the contents of this podcasts may be considered Attorney Advertising. If applicable, please note that prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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