HELPING YOU FIND COST-EFFECTIVE, ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES
Prince Lobel Renewables is a first-of-its-kind, hybrid project management and legal services practice, assisting clients in all aspects of renewable energy projects and transactions.? Whether you are looking to fully outsource a project, or need legal counsel on one or more phases of development, we bring industry-leading expertise to all matters.? With the legislative and regulatory climate in a state of near constant change, we provide hands-on, turnkey project development services for any renewable energy project, from siting and permitting to financing and construction.
We also manage internal and external experts in the fields of commercial contracting, real estate, tax, energy regulatory, government relations, and environmental issues. Our attorneys understand?that while there is a broad range of issues to address in each phase of a transaction, a legal team with firsthand experience is crucial throughout the process to overcome project roadblocks and to
We understand and maximize the federal and state incentives that may be available to clients.? The tax credit and SREC/ZREC/LREC markets have grown increasingly and exponentially more complex over the past couple of years. Net metering is in a constant state of flux.? Utility purchase credit agreements are becoming increasingly sophisticated.? Our team can assist property owners, project developers, EPC companies, and institutional investors in understanding how these important pieces of a renewable energy project will impact their part of the transaction.
CLIENTS RELY ON PRINCE LOBEL RENEWABLES TO HELP MEET THE CHALLENGES THAT ARISE AT EVERY PHASE OF PROJECT DEVELOPMENT INCLUDING:
- Turnkey project development;
- Strategic planning;
- Real estate acquisition and land use;
- Site approvals, permits, and licenses;
- Power purchase agreement negotiations;
- Engineering, procurement, and construction contract management and negotiations;
- Tax credits;
- Public and private financing and transactional due diligence;
- Interconnection and transmission access;
- Renewable portfolio standards;