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Valuing Renewable Interests Issues and Guidelines


Business Valuation

 Valuing Renewable Interests Issues and Guidelines
CPE Credit

Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT Presentation)
Program Level: Update
Prerequisites: Participants need a background in the subject area and desire to keep current.
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: One (1) Hour
Fields of Study: Accounting
Item Number: 14PBV0430
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $80.00
Program Description

Rising energy prices, concern over greenhouse gases, and greater dependence on foreign fossil fuels has spurred the development of alternative energy sources. The valuation of these renewable interests must be considered for estate and transfer tax reporting. Public interest in these assets has resulted in a market for undivided interests as with mineral interests. What appraisal and valuation guidelines should be considered. In particular, what are the determinants of value in wind and other renewable assets. What impact does the termination of the Production Tax Credit have on future cash flow of projects? What market and development issues must be considered for a defensible valuation?

Learning Objectives

After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:

- Articulate market trends and current issues for renewable development
- Identify and apply applicable guidelines
- Differentiate between renewable energy and fossil fuel interests
- Develop and apply a valuation methodology
- Create a defensible report

Who Should Attend

Attorneys, practitioners, CPAs, CEOs

Presenter(s)

Frank Horak, MBA, CVA, MAFF
Mr. Frank Horak has over 30 years experience in energy, economics, and valuation. His experience began as an engineering intern at Texas Instruments Inc. and Boeing Aerospace. He had a broad range of financial consulting engagements with Arthur Andersen & Co., Price Waterhouse, and several other management consulting firms.

Subsequently he played a lead role in the concept development, management, and oversight of venture-based technology projects including energy economics, portfolio valuation modeling and renewable energy development.

Mr. Horak was an acting director of real estate and accounting lecturer at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. He also has been a guest lecturer at the Schools of Law at The University of Texas and University of Houston speaking on the economic feasibility of utility scale wind projects. He has consulted wind developers and land owners with leasehold interests in renewable projects.