Our team of experienced renewable energy attorneys understand clean technologies from both a legal and business perspective and apply many of the same philosophies that we have adopted in our General Counsel services and have applied them to this exciting, and ever-changing industry.
We consistently look for ways to help our clients get the most from their legal representation and we offer a variety of alternative fee agreements including blended rates, sliding-scale hourly rates, and hybrid success-based compensation.
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Typical services provided
- Due diligence of transaction documents – power purchase agreements, EPC contracts, interconnection agreements, ground leases, loan documents – for lenders and investors prior to financing a potential project
- Representation of developers, contractors, manufacturer, and landowners entering in to contracts with other parties
- Drafting, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Agreements, leases, Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) Agreements
- 1603 (cash in lieu of credit) grants, ITC (investment tax credit) applications, FERC Qualified Facility filings
- Purchase and Sale of project companies holding both shovel-ready and operational assets
- Merger, Acquisition, and Disposition closing services
- Capital and Equipment lease structures, LED retrofits, and Green-building technologies
- Preparation and/or response to Requests for Proposals on behalf of investors or contractors
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