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Climate Change

Climate law tackles complex change. Businesses need counsel who provide pragmatic, solution-oriented strategies backed by deep legal experience.

Harnessing decades of industry experience, Holland & Hart’s climate change team works on projects that drive energy transition. These include renewable energy projects ranging from solar and wind ventures to hydrogen generation and carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). We also counsel on critical transmission infrastructure development, critical-metals mining, and battery manufacture.  

Our multidisciplinary team guides clients across industry sectors through the opportunities posed by climate change law, including federal funding for innovative projects, the use of carbon mitigation for energy projects on public lands, and the availability of tax credits.  

We help clients manage regulatory requirements governing carbon emissions. Our attorneys also support permitting and environmental review processes and defend projects in all types of legal challenges in state, federal district, and appellate courts including the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and in administrative bodies across the country.  

We take pride in being a step ahead of the curve, providing counsel on ancillary matters driven by climate change to help develop tailored solutions for ESG, water scarcity, facilities adaptation, and other emerging issues. We offer insights on and shape legislative efforts locally, regionally, and nationally. 


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