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Sustainable infrastructure investment, renewables and energy regulation

The Biden administration will roll out an energy plan that seeks a net-zero (carbon neutral) power sector by 2035. The plan is comprised of initiatives that will have a significant impact on the energy sector and environmental regulations. This session will focus on what the Biden administration means for sustainable infrastructure projects, climate change policies, renewable energy projects and environmental regulations and the role of US agency lenders and DC-based multilateral organizations. White & Case partners who focus on developing and financing infrastructure projects, renewables, inbound US energy investments, and energy regulations and agency and multilateral lending will share their views and the implications (and opportunities) of the Biden administration for investors based in Japan and Asia-Pacific.

 

TOPICS

  • Renewable energy and clean energy technologies and role of conventional power/ traditional energy sources
  • Sustainable infrastructure investment/PPPs
  • Energy regulation including reversal of regulatory rollbacks/restoration of environmental protections
  • Role of US agency lenders and multilateral lenders
  • Inbound US energy investments

 

SPEAKERS  
   
Emery Choi

Emery Choi
Partner, White & Case, Houston

Marius Griskonis

Marius Griskonis
Partner, White & Case, New York

Daniel Hagan

Daniel Hagan
Partner, White & Case, Washington, DC

Martin Menski

Martin Menski
Partner, White & Case, Washington, DC

Dolly Mirchandani

Dolly Mirchandani
Partner, White & Case, New York

   
MODERATOR  
   
Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison
Partner, White & Case, Tokyo

 

TIME AND DATE

Wednesday, March 17, 2021,
9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. JST
(GMT+9:00)

 

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