The Changing Legal Structure of Non-Utility Generation in the 1990'sby Brian Kowalski, Kraft & McManimon, Newark, United States,
Abstract: Before actual construction of a small power production or cogeneration facility commences, numerous economic, technical and legal factors have been considered during the planning process. Many of these factors may alone determine the success or failure of the project, and almost without exception all of these factors have been considered by numerous parties to a transaction including engineers, bankers, lawyers and utilities. As the relatively infant industry continues to evolve, the factors that must be considered continue to change. This is especially true for the legal structure within which the small power production and cogeneration industry operates.
Subject Headings: Industrial facilities | Legal affairs | Power plants | Economic factors | Project management | Failure analysis | Industries
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