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Clean Energy Technology and Renewable Power

Clean Energy Technology and Renewable Power

Our attorneys have extensive experience advising clients in connection with the development and financing of renewable energy and clean-tech power projects, including solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower and bio-mass projects.  We also are involved in major transmission projects that seek to connect renewable assets to major load centers. 

Representative Transactions:

  • Counsel to a major investor-owned utility company in connection with its potential acquisition of multiple renewable energy assets across the United States
  • Counsel to the developer in the drafting and negotiation of EPC, O&M and Performance Guarantee documentation for a 10 MW solar photovoltaic project in Dover, Delaware
  • Representation of the developer in the development and negotiation of a comprehensive construction contract for the greenfield engineering, procurement and construction of a photovoltaic solar power generation facility in Southern California
  • Representation of an independent energy company in EPC work for a 280 MW concentrated solar thermal project in Arizona
  • Representation of a major independent energy company in the greenfield development of a 61 turbine (91.5 MW) wind farm in West Virginia
  • Representation of a major independent energy company in the greenfield development of a 67 turbine (100 MW) wind farm in Pennsylvania
  • Representation of investor owned utilities in connection with the negotiation of PPAs vis-à-vis independent wind power developers
  • Representation of a major European wind project developer in its proposed development of a large wind farm in North Dakota
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with its development of a 49 MW turbine wind farm in California that will utilize Mitsubishi turbines.  Representation includes negotiation and drafting of balance of plant and installation EPC contract and related documents as well as turbine supply and maintenance agreements and switchyard EPC Agreement.  Click here to learn more.
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with its development of a 150 MW turbine wind farm in Fox Hill, Pennsylvania that will utilize GE turbines.
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with its development of a 500 mile overhead transmission line in the Western United States, responsible for all engineering, procurement and construction agreements.  Project cost estimate exceeds $1 billion.  Click here for more information.
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with its development of over 200 miles of overhead transmission line in Texas, responsible for all engineering, procurement and construction agreements relating to same. Project will unlock significant wind and solar energy resources that will otherwise be stranded from development.
  • Representation of a utility in connection with its development of 32 mile high-voltage transmission line in Southern California
  • Representation of the "Anchor Shipper" for the Chinook Transmission Project, a 1,000 mile, 500 kV, direct-current merchant transmission line that will carry wind power from the Pacific Northwest to load centers in the West and Southwest.
  • Representation of a U.S.-based project development company in connection with its efforts to develop a 500 MW hydro-power facility in Nigeria
  • Representation of an independent power producer in connection with its acquisition of a majority interest in the 1,000 MW Alicurá hydroelectric facility, which was privatized by the government of Argentina, including negotiation of interim, non-recourse acquisition debt
  • Representation of an energy company in connection with the greenfield development of a 30 MW eucalyptus-fueled power generation facility in Hawaii
  • Counsel to developer of first-of-its-kind biomass gasification facility designed to produce 35MW of power and 640 barrels per day of renewable synthetic fuels.
  • Counsel to developer of 42MW biomass gasification facility in Florida.