Albany Law School’s Government Law Center will host a teleconference on renewable energy credits Oct. 18.
The teleconference, titled “Use of Renewable Energy Credits in Compliance and Voluntary Markets” is being presented by the American Council on Renewable Energy, and the American Bar Association. The moderated panel discussion begins at 12 p.m. and ends at 1:30 p.m.
The program is being broadcast nationally and Albany Law School is one of 20 locations taking part. Cost to participate is $20 and participants must register ahead of time with the Government Law Center.
The program is one of a series of monthly teleconferences on environmental issues being hosted by the Government Law Center.
For more information contact Luke Bierman at 472-5849 or e-mail LBier@albanylaw.edu.
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