03/08/2018

Renewables & Alternative Energy Projects Practice Recognized in Chambers Global Since 2012

For the seventh consecutive year, Holland & Hart was ranked for Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy – USA in Chambers Global, an annual guide identifying top lawyers and firms.

According to Chambers Global 2018 the firm’s Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy team is known as a “Denver-based practice that offers knowledge of the development and sale of renewable assets for sponsor clients.” The team is praised for being “active on power purchase agreements and equipment supply matters as well as offering support on the formation and development of emerging entities in the sector.” Partner Ashley Wald is mentioned as a key contact for the team on such matters. 

Holland & Hart’s multi-faceted Projects team works with clients at every step of a project’s life cycle to help complete the development of a facility, financing, sale, or other strategic transaction. Led by Denver partner Billi McCullough, the team counsels both established companies and new entrants in the renewable energy sector across the country and internationally on complex transactions and projects generated by solar, wind, geothermal, hydroelectric, and biofuel sources, as well as energy storage.

Published annually, Chambers Global covers over 190 countries across the world and includes Region-wide and Global-wide sections. Chambers ranks both lawyers and law firms based on the research of more than 170 researchers who conduct in-depth confidential interviews with lawyers and clients.

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