Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell advises clients on energy asset transactions, including the development, acquisition, and divestiture of community and utility-scale solar, wind, biomass, renewable gas, natural gas, hydroelectric, and storage facilities. We assist clients throughout each stage and aspect of project development, from responding to requests for proposals (RFPs) and other solicitations to securing site control, environmental, and land use approvals, to negotiating power purchase; energy service; interconnection; transmission; engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC); operation and maintenance (O&M); and other key project agreements. We also have deep experience in coordinating with mineral owners, negotiating surface use agreements, and arranging natural gas supply and transportation.
Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell also represents clients in the acquisition and divestiture of energy assets and project portfolios across the technology spectrum. We often counsel clients with legal due diligence, bid structuring, project structuring, asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, and interconnection agreements. Our team also has particular expertise in the transactional and regulatory complexities of redeveloping power facility sites for new projects.