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Cada T.Kilgore IV

Cada T. Kilgore IV

Cada T. Kilgore IV

Principal
Email: ctkilgore@mercerthompson.com
Direct Dial: 404-577-4210
Fax: 404-577-4206
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Mercer Thompson LLC

  • Principal, January 2019 – Present
  • Associate, August 2013 – December 2018
  • Summer Associate, May 2012 – August 2012

BIOGRAPHY: Cada T. Kilgore IV is a Principal in the law firm of Mercer Thompson LLC. His practice is focused on representing both regulated and non-regulated energy companies in all aspects of corporate and project finance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and project development, ownership, and operation. Mr. Kilgore’s recent work includes representing energy companies in securities offerings (both public offerings and private placements), the acquisition, development, and financing of various energy projects, and the structuring of joint ownership and operating arrangements, including joint ventures.

 



REPRESENTATIVE ENGAGEMENTS

  • Counsel to lead developer and owner of an advanced nuclear generating facility in connection with the structuring, negotiation, and closing of the first Department of Energy loan guarantee for a nuclear power project under Title XVII of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, in principal amount of $8.3 billion
  • Counsel to independent power producer in connection with the structuring, negotiation, and closing of acquisitions of majority interests in multiple wind-powered electric generating facilities, including facilities located in Nebraska (200 MW), Illinois (132 MW), and South Dakota (97 MW)
  • Counsel to independent power producer in connection with structuring and negotiating a master joint venture agreement, pursuant to which joint venture companies will be formed to hold interests in various wind-powered electric generating facilities under development
  • Counsel to independent power producer in connection with the acquisition of multiple solar photovoltaic projects
  • Counsel to WEC Energy Group, Inc. in connection with its $225 million acquisition of an underground natural gas storage facility located in Michigan
  • Counsel to WEC Energy Group, Inc. in connection with its SEC-registered public offerings of debt securities totaling $2.1 billion, including its SEC-registered public offering of $1.2 billion of Senior Notes in June 2015 to fund a portion of the cash consideration for its acquisition of Integrys Energy Group, Inc.
  • Counsel to Wisconsin Electric Power Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of WEC Energy Group, Inc., in connection with its SEC-registered public offerings of debt securities totaling $800 million
  • Counsel to certain subsidiaries of WEC Energy Group, Inc. in connection with their private placements of over $500 million of debt securities pursuant to Section 4(a)(2) of the Securities Act
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with the negotiation and signing of an engineering, procurement, and construction contract and related equipment supply agreement for an approximately 1,875 MW combined-cycle natural gas-fired electric generating facility under construction in Ohio
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with the negotiation of an engineering, procurement, and construction contract and related equipment supply agreement for an approximately 625 MW combined-cycle natural gas-fired electric generating facility under construction in West Virginia
  • Counsel to private developer in connection with the development and project financing of a planned $3.8 billion natural gas-to-liquids facility, including the private placement of equity securities pursuant to Section 4(a)(2) of the Securities Act and Regulation D
  • Counsel to independent power producer in connection with a planned two‑phase confidential competitive tender for a 780 MW dual‑fuel simple‑cycle combustion turbine facility
  • Counsel to public utility holding companies and their utility subsidiaries in the preparation and negotiation of amendments to and extensions of revolving bank credit facilities
  • Counsel to power generation, transmission, and investment group in the preparation and negotiation of master terms and conditions for site work at an electric power plant, including for the repair of a steam turbine rotor and the replacement of a turbine blade
  • Counsel to private developer in the preparation of a memorandum of understanding for a public‑private partnership for the development of a planned 350 MW hydroelectric power generation facility in Nigeria 

EDUCATION:

  • University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2013)
    • Georgia Law Review, Notes Editor
  • University of Georgia (B.B.A., Finance, 2009)

BAR MEMBERSHIP:

State Bar of Georgia