Our experience includes these matters:

  • Served as lead M&A counsel to an independent fund manager in its acquisition of a 22 MW distributed, cooled-air energy storage project portfolio in California. The project portfolio consists of 16 separate contracts with an electric supply company for approximately 1,500 energy storage systems to be located on more than 500 separate sites in the supplier’s service territory.
  • Served as lead M&A counsel to an independent fund manager in its acquisition, through a competitive bid process from a renewable energy development company, of distributed solar PV portfolio with a nameplate capacity of 115 MWAC with projects located on 136 different sites across 12 states.
  • Served as lead lender's counsel in connection with the closing of funding for an add-on portfolio of community solar power projects located in Massachusetts. The portfolio includes residential, commercial, and municipal/housing authority offtakers. We provided consumer regulatory review, due diligence, document drafting, and negotiation and opinion coordination with the borrower.
  • Served as lead counsel for an experienced developer, owner, and operator of renewable energy assets in its acquisition and financing of an existing 20 MW wind energy facility located in Montana.
  • Represented client in all aspects of its development and construction of a 220 MW wind energy project in South Dakota.
  • Represented a private equity investor in its investment in a wind farm developer to provide sponsor developer equity, and potentially project equity.
  • Represented an energy client in its infrastructure acquisition and financing of an alternative energy combined heat and power, cogeneration, district heating, and cooling system from a university, including a $100 million bond financing.
  • Served as lead counsel for a major university's negotiation of a virtual power purchase agreement for a portion of a 250 MW wind energy facility located in Oklahoma.
  • Served as lead counsel for a Fortune 200 fast food chain in the negotiation of a virtual power purchase agreement for a wind energy facility located in Texas, and a virtual power purchase agreement for a solar energy facility also located in Texas.
  • Advised a publicly traded diversified energy company in connection with the purchase of two North Carolina solar farms, which will be 25.9 MW-dc and 26.9 MW-dc facilities when completed.
  • Served as development counsel in connection with a client’s acquisition of two development-stage utility scale solar projects in Utah: a 112MWDC solar project in Sevier County, Utah, and a 140 MWDC solar project in Emery County, Utah.
  • Represented a client in connection with its development of multiple utility scale battery storage systems in Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada; Phoenix, Arizona; and Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Served as lead counsel to an alternative investment management firm in connection with its entering into a Forward Purchase Agreement and Revolving Credit Agreement with a large originator of property assessed clean energy (PACE) bonds.
  • Served as lead counsel to an alternative investment management firm in its acquisition of a more than one million dollar principal amount PACE bond used to finance certain improvements authorized by statute at a prominent tennis and swimming club in Northern California.
  • Served as lead counsel to an alternative investment management firm in its financing via a total return swap of more than $49 million of PACE bonds.
  • Served as lead financing counsel to an independent fund manager in connection with the $105 million financing of its acquisition of a distributed solar PV portfolio with a nameplate capacity of 115 MWAC, comprising 136 projects across 12 states.
  • Representing numerous investment banks in the burgeoning area of renewable diesel and biodiesel fuel plants being developed across the country. The firm is working on the financing of virtually every new plant under development, including in Texas and Nevada to convert animal fats into fuel, in Oregon and Florida to convert woody biomass into fuel, and for Arizona and Maryland digester plants that convert manure and chicken litter into clean natural gas and fuel.