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Clean Tech

OVERVIEW

We regularly assist our clients in advancing their interests when acquiring, financing, advancing, protecting and commercializing renewable energy projects and clean technology products and services. We are constantly updating our knowledge base in this fast-changing industry in order to provide our clients with practical and actionable advice, including advising on developments in the applicable laws and regulations. We have successfully assisted our clients with:

  • mergers & acquisitions
  • joint ventures
  • power purchase agreements
  • siting, environmental assessments and other permitting
  • project finance for energy projects
  • land options, leases and other tenures
  • first nations matters
  • engineering, procurement and construction contracts

Our multi-disciplinary CleanTech Industry group provides a wide array of legal services to domestic and international clients from start-up operations to major corporations with complex clean technology transactional requirements. Our CleanTech Industry group is comprised of a broad spectrum of lawyers and professionals with expertise and experience in energy law, environmental law, technology law, intellectual property law, securities law, and corporate/commercial law and in financial services, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance practice areas.

We provide practical legal advice to clients on various clean technology matters including:

  • new developments with renewable/alternative energy technologies, including solar, geothermal, wind, hydropower, biomass, biofuels, cellulosic and fuel cells
  • commercialization of clean technology products and services and related businesses, including assisting with early stage angel and venture capital financing and private equity and initial public offering opportunities
  • protection, management and commercial exploitation of intellectual property
  • structuring and negotiating project financing, joint venture, distribution and licensing arrangements, and mergers and acquisition of technology companies, businesses and/or assets
  • clean technology infrastructure projects
  • new energy and environmental law requirements and regulatory regimes, including carbon management and emission trading
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