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Renewable Energy

Our Renewable Energy team has a track record that speaks for itself; having represented clients in connection with more than $2.1 billion in investments around the world, we know how to get the job done.


Mayer Brown worked on some of the very first large-scale wind and solar projects in the US and our clients are at the cutting edge of renewable energy today, whether in Asia, Europe or the Americas. From the Mojave wind farms and the SEGS solar plants in the US and the largest offshore wind farm in the UK, to today’s partnership flips, feed-in tariffs, and ocean wave technology, our lawyers have represented financiers and sponsors in important renewable energy projects across the globe.

We have the depth of experience and the industry knowledge to get the deal done.
Whether it is solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, advanced biofuels, biomass or other renewable energy technology, we have the industry knowledge and experience needed to get deals done anywhere in the world. Our integrated renewable energy practice covers all aspects of the industry from manufacturing to development and finance.

Whether you are concerned with:

  • Project finance
  • Project and equipment acquisition and disposition
  • Offtake arrangements
  • Government incentives
  • Structuring and tax issues
  • Engineering and construction
  • Energy regulations
  • International trade
  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Dispute resolution
  • Cross-border issues
  • Environmental regulations

We have qualified lawyers across the world who will help manage your risks and resolve your issues.

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