As the sources and methods of generating power continue to exponentially expand, we leverage decades of power industry experience to help our clients seize opportunities to produce, develop, generate, and move electric power.

Our multidisciplinary team provides “one-stop shopping” to meet all of the legal needs of power industry clients. We tailor each team to seamlessly coordinate among our practitioners with expertise in project contracts, financing, transactions, permitting and siting; as well as environmental compliance, tax, real estate, public utility regulation, as well as intellectual property and cybersecurity.  

We work with a broad spectrum of stakeholders in the renewable and conventional power industry including:

  • Developers, owners, and producers of electric power
  • Developers and owners of power distribution and transmission facilities
  • Purchasers and sellers of wholesale power
  • Industrial and large commercial electric power consumers
  • Power traders
  • Private equity and venture capital investors
  • Independent power producers
  • Electricity industry client coalitions

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Top 1% BTI 2016 POWER RANKINGS: Energy industry

Recognized in inaugural BTI Power Rankings 2016 report as one of four "Powerhouse" Core firm in Energy Industry, top 1% of law firms in Energy Industry

BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

Ranked in Chambers Global 2018

Recognized by Chambers Global 2018: Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy - USA


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