Declaration of Independence: Prior Material Breach Does Not Excuse North Carolina Solar Developer of Performance of Independent Promises under AgreementIn Recurrent Energy Development Holdings, LLC v. SunEnergy1, LLC, a North Carolina Superior Court addressed a dispute between two solar developers arising out of a letter of intent/exclusivity agreement. Under the agreement, Recurrent agreed to make cash payments in return for the exclusive rights to purchase certain projects being developed by SunEnergy1 and to

A Lesson on Good Faith and Fair Dealing in Solar ConstructionLate last year, a federal trial court in New York awarded a solar development company $11.6 million in damages against Suffolk County arising out of a dispute on a multi-site carport solar construction project. The basis for this substantial award? The County failed to satisfy its obligation to cooperate with the developer on permitting issues

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As solar technology continues to become more efficient, construction of solar plants is expanding rapidly around the world, including in colder environments that, in the past, may have lacked the irradiance necessary to make solar feasible.  Installation of solar panels north of the frost line creates some additional risks that solar developers, owners and contractors