Rebecca Caspar-Johnson

Rebecca Caspar-Johnson focuses her practice on financing renewable energy projects, with experience representing both lenders and sponsors across industries including solar and wind.

She has experience supporting clients within tax equity investments, debt financings, and cash financings. Prior to joining the Firm, Rebecca was an associate at a large international law firm, supporting their project finance group. She was a summer litigation intern for the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association in Harare, Zimbabwe.

During law school, Rebecca competed on and coached the Columbia University team in the Vis International Arbitration Moot Court and served as an Articles Editor for the Journal of Transnational Law. She was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and received the Parker School Certificate in Foreign and Comparative Law.

Representative Experience

  • Represented a lender in an investment worth up to $500 million for a solar module project.
  • Led the representation of monthly fundings of multiple community solar projects on behalf of a cash-equity investor as well as assisted with representation in the signing of original portfolio fundings.
  • Represented the sponsor of commercial-scale solar solutions in $99 million portfolio refinancing, and a lender in debt financing of 70 MW utility-scale development.
  • Advised an international client during bankruptcy proceedings on corporate requirements.
  • Drafted agreements on behalf of the owner of a wind project.
  • Advised a pro bono client on 501(c)3 filing requirements and non-profit liability in various United States jurisdictions.
  • Represented a pro bono client in immigration and asylum filings.

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