Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell attorneys work with local governments and nonprofit entities to foster and prepare for the transition to clean transportation and beneficial electrification. We provide counsel on all aspects of this transition, from policy analysis to project development to purchasing agreements. For example, we assist local jurisdictions with addressing land use changes that will result from or facilitate a shifting transportation mix. We use our contract drafting and negotiation expertise to help clients explore options for electrifying their vehicle fleets and counsel clients with how to transition to a clean energy supply in their jurisdictions. We also represent nonprofit organizations in advocating for standards that promote fuel-efficient and electric vehicles and other clean transportation policies. Our attorneys provide a full range of services from policy development to representation before administrative and regulatory bodies.
For local governments considering development of microgrids for resiliency purposes, Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell utilizes its extensive knowledge on electricity generation, energy storage, grid integration, and utility risks to carry these projects to a successful completion. We bring our deep airport, transit, and public finance expertise to bear in navigating the complexities of building microgrids within the context of public infrastructure projects.