Impact of COVID–19 on Energy and Infrastructure Projects in Arizona and the West
Disruption, slowdowns, uncertainty and virtual open houses are already part of the impact.
As many states have modified their stay-at-home orders and social distancing restrictions, it is uncertain the effects the pandemic will have on energy and infrastructure projects for the long term. There are already many impacts felt from COVID-19 with supply chain disruptions, as well as labor force disruptions. This white paper reviews how these impacts are affecting the industry already and what changes are being made.
Matt Derstine counsels and represents clients in the electric power industry on a wide range of matters, including project development, litigation, asset sales and bankruptcy matters. He has extensive experience in siting and permitting generation and transmission projects under state and federal statutory and regulatory requirements. Matt also represents clients in complex litigation and disputes arising from the generation, purchase and sale of electricity, including power plant operations and outages, coal supply, plant and product warranties, and power purchase agreements. He advises clients in connection with asset sales involving fossil and renewable generation assets and also regularly provides advice and representation to energy clients with interests at risk in bankruptcy.
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