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Make sure that all necessary steps have been taken in order to properly plan for solar energy projects.
Identify solar resources to properly map out optimal locations.
Review key regulations concerning solar energy in order to ensure compliance.
Maximize savings and minimize taxes with renewable energy tax incentives.
Planning for Solar Energy Projects
Solar Energy in Comprehensive Plans
Identifying Solar Issues for Land Use Applications
Key Regulations Concerning Solar Energy
Zoning Considerations for Solar
Large-Scale Solar - Land Use Factors
Presentation Before a Land Use Board
Issues Related to Lease or Easement Agreements for Solar Energy
Alan P Fox is an attorney with Capehart & Scatchard, P.A. Mr. Fox is chair of Capehart Scatchard’s alternative energy group representing clients in various sectors, including shopping centers, public and private schools, retail, office buildings, warehouses, farming and residential properties. He has experience handling transactions related to photovoltaic solar powered electricity production systems, including PPA, obtaining permits and approvals for utility scale projects in southern New Jersey, and solar systems for owners of industrial and commercial properties. Additionally, Mr. Fox serves as co-chair of the firm’s real estate and land use group and is a shareholder in its commercial litigation and business & tax groups. His 35+ years of experience in these areas includes presenting land use applications before planning/zoning boards and litigating zoning matters at the trial and appellate levels; serving as solicitor to the Riverside Township Planning and Zoning boards for eight year; protecting creditors' rights; and performing as outside general counsel for various private companies with local, regional and national needs. Mr. Fox earned his B.A. degree from Rutgers College and his J.D. degree from California Western School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as before the U.S. District Court for the districts of New Jersey and Western and Eastern Pennsylvania.
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