Wind Energy Law

Description:
This course is designed to educate students about wind energy law, including:

* Policy
* Rights
* Property Law
* Environmental Issues
* Wind Energy Law
* Off Shore Law

At the end of this course you will be able to understand:

* Ethics
* Social Effects
* Public Policy
* Wind Energy Law
* Property Rights
* Environmental Law Issues
* Negotiating Law Agreements
* Community Wind and Liability
* Legal Issues and Offshore Development

Who Should Apply

* Attorneys
* Land Owners
* City/County Offcials
* Legislators
* Permitting and Regulatory Agents

Course Structure
Coursework is self-paced and can be completed entirely online. Individuals will have up to 60 days to complete the 20-hour course. Upon successful completion, individuals will receive 2.0 Continuing Education Units and gain a basic understanding of wind energy law.
 
Program: PDWE 0008-00
Instructor/Presenter: Vickie Sutton, MPA, PhD, JD is a Paul Whitfield Horn Professor currently teaching courses in environmental law and energy law including a course entitled Wind Energy Law. Before coming to Texas Tech University, Dr. Sutton served in two senior federal government appointments under two Presidential administrations. Dr. Sutton has also served on the Committees of the National Academy of Engineering. At Texas Tech, Dr. Sutton was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Leadership award and the University Book award for her ground breaking work. Dr. Sutton received her MPA from Old Dominion University and her PhD from the University of Texas at Dallas.
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Units: 2.0 CEUs
Notes:

Click here to go to Texas Wind Energy Institute website
Optional Fees:
       Registration $695.00


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