Energy Storage with Pierce Atwood

Pierce Atwood enjoys a national reputation advising clients on the rapidly growing area of energy storage projects.

Services

Developing and financing energy storage projects requires a wide array of legal expertise. Pierce Atwood is one of a select few firms that offers this requisite expertise in one place with a value proposition that cannot be matched by larger firms.

Project Development & Finance

We understand the commercial, regulatory, tax, real estate, land use, economic, environmental and financial issues underpinning the successful development of energy infrastructure projects.

Tax Structuring

Pierce Atwood’s tax attorneys have substantial experience integrating all elements of a project’s capital stack and assisting clients to structure their renewable energy projects

Regulatory, Compliance & Investigations

Given our experience practicing before numerous federal and state energy regulators and understanding of the applicable laws and regulations, our energy attorneys also regularly advise on regulatory compliance matters.

Siting, Permitting & Construction

Our project partners work closely with our environmental, land use, real estate, zoning and construction partners to ensure that the firm is able to guide its clients from project conception to delivery and beyond.

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Justin Aquilante from the U.S. Energy Storage Association speaks with Pierce Atwood energy partner Andrew Kaplan. MORE...

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Andrew O. Kaplan

Andrew O. Kaplan

Partner

Andrew Kaplan’s contributions to the energy industry have been nationally recognized. A leader in energy law and policy, he was a major architect of the current energy storage industry and an advocate for many of the regulations and rules that created today’s energy marketplace.
He regularly represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Independent System Operators/Regional Transmission Operators (NYISO, ISO-NE, PJM, Midcontinent ISO, California ISO, SPP and ERCOT), state public utility commissions, the U.S. Department of Energy and other governmental agencies to facilitate the approval process for federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and permits; assuring compliance with state siting requirements; and drafting and negotiating grid interconnection requirements.

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