Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC

New York Renewable Energy Market Outlook – Quarterly Debrief

Terms and Conditions

By purchasing the New York Renewable Energy Market Outlook (NY-REMO) Quarterly Debrief (Quarterly Debrief), presented by Sustainable Energy Advantage (SEA), you agree to the following Terms and Conditions:


The Quarterly Debrief, any materials provided, and their contents (the Debrief Materials) are subject to copyright under laws of the United States as well as those of other nations. By purchasing the Quarterly Debrief, the Purchaser acquires only a license to view and use the Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials.  The Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that SEA exclusively owns all rights, title and interest in the Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials and to any information received therewith, and that Purchaser has no claim to ownership by reason of its use of or access to the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials. Purchase of the Quarterly Debrief or access to the Debrief Materials does not include rights or access to any of SEA’s databases, data, or any supporting or underlying materials. 


The Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials, may contain confidential, market sensitive, and/or trade secret information.  The Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials are provided to Purchaser for Purchaser’s internal use only and may be distributed only to employees of Purchaser Authorized hereunder, and who have been made aware of the limitations on use herein. Purchaser agrees to keep the Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials received confidential and not to reproduce, share, distribute, broadcast, transmit, or publish the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials, whether by written, oral or electronic means, to any person not authorized hereunder, including consultants or attorneys engaged by Purchaser, or affiliates of Purchaser, except with specific written permission from SEA.  Purchaser agrees to be responsible for the actions, uses and disclosures of any of its employees or authorized users.  Purchaser shall use efforts to protect the confidentiality of the Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials which are at least as stringent as those used to protect its own confidential information.  If Purchaser becomes subject of a subpoena or other effort to compel disclosure of the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials, Purchaser will provide SEA with as much advance notice as practicable to afford SEA the opportunity to seek an appropriate protective order or other remedy to prevent or narrow the disclosure or to ensure that such information will continue to be treated in as confidential a manner as possible.

Representatives of all Quarterly Debrief Purchasers are asked to participate in a follow-up interview regarding their view and insights into various aspects of the renewable energy markets to facilitate benchmark information gathering.  Purchaser commits to make a representative available to participate in such an interview; provided that, this Agreement in no way commits Purchaser to disclose information Purchaser may deem proprietary or confidential in nature, as determined by Purchaser in its sole discretion.  Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that information provided to SEA may be used in SEA’s future the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials only in highly aggregated form.  Nothing in this Agreement precludes SEA from utilizing data gleaned from publicly available sources.


SEA will make a good faith effort to ensure the content of its Quarterly Debrief and Debrief Materials are complete and accurate.  SEA makes no warranties, express or implied, as to the completeness or accuracy of the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials.  SEA further makes no express or implied warranties or representations of any kind of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or use.  SEA will not be responsible for incidental, consequential, or any other damages arising out of or in connection with Purchaser’s participation in the Quarterly Debrief or use of the Debrief Materials.  Purchaser assumes the sole responsibility for all use of the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials or any information included therein or derived therefrom and agrees to indemnify and hold SEA harmless from any liability attributable to or claim against Purchaser brought by any person arising from such use.  Purchaser agrees that SEA’s liability arising out of any dispute or legal claim in any way connected with the Quarterly Debrief or Debrief Materials shall not exceed the fee paid by Purchaser for admission to the Quarterly Debrief and access to the Debrief Materials.


If any provision of these Terms & Conditions is found to be unenforceable or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, it shall be given effect to the extent it may be enforceable or valid, and such unenforceability or invalidity shall not affect the enforceability or validity of any other provision of these Terms & Conditions. 

Any waiver of any of the terms hereof shall be enforceable only to the extent it is waived in writing signed by  SEA.  Any waiver shall be only effective for the particular instance for which it is granted and shall not constitute a waiver of a subsequent occurrence of the waived event nor constitute a waiver of any other provision hereof, at the same time or subsequently. 

Any actions hereunder shall be heard in federal or state courts situate in Middlesex, Norfolk or Suffolk Counties, Massachusetts. This Agreement is made and shall be construed according to the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts without giving effect to the provisions thereof relating to conflict of laws.