The world is on a steady path of requiring more and more energy and data demonstrates that wind and solar construction are filling these needs as coal and natural gas (to a lesser extent) become increasingly retired as sources of power production. This article explores the evolving surge in political, contractual, cultural, and procurement issues that have emerged as the Americas adapt to the development needs of these clean renewable energy sources.

We are pleased to announce the release of a Global Arbitration Review (GAR) article by Delta’s own Jeff Fuchs and Dakus Gunn, and Ahmed El Kharbotly. Click here to read about “Current issues impacting renewable energy construction disputes in the Americas.”