offshore wind print outOffshore wind development off the coasts of Virginia, North Carolina and several other states is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. Williams Mullen offers a full-service team to advise developers, investors, lenders, suppliers, manufacturers, contractors and other supply chain companies involved in the offshore wind industry. We advise clients on the myriad of legal and other issues involved in setting up and conducting business in the U.S., including corporate planning and entity formation, state and local economic incentives, employment and immigration matters, tax planning, state and local tax matters, banking and finance, warehouse and office leases, contracts, and state and local government relations, among others.

 

Offshore wind development off the coasts of Virginia, North Carolina and several other states is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years.

Williams Mullen offers a full-service team to advise developers, investors, lenders, suppliers, manufacturers, contractors and other supply chain companies involved in the offshore wind industry. We advise clients on the myriad of legal and other issues involved in setting up and conducting business in the U.S., including corporate planning and entity formation, state and local economic incentives, employment and immigration matters, tax planning, state and local tax matters, banking and finance, warehouse and office leases, contracts, and state and local government relations, among others.

We counsel clients looking to set-up and conduct business in the U.S., including:

  • Corporate Planning and Entity Formation
  • State and Local Economic Incentives
  • Employment and Immigration
  • Tax Planning
  • State and Local Tax Issues
  • Banking and Finance
  • Warehouse and Office Leases, and Contracts
  • State and Local Government Relations

In addition, we advise developers, investors and lenders on all aspects of wind energy project development and operations, including real estate, land use, finance, tax, environmental permitting, energy (regulation, interconnection and power sales), construction and corporate law. Our core team of energy attorneys work with several of our firm’s complementary practice areas to provide clients with comprehensive legal solutions.

We guide clients through all stages of project development and operations, including:

  • Project Leases, Easements and Rights-of-Way
  • Siting & Land Use
  • Environmental Permitting
  • Certificates of Public Convenience & Necessity (CPCN)
  • Interconnection Arrangements (including PJM issues)
  • Power Purchase Agreements
  • Project Finance
  • Engineering, Procurement and Construction
    (EPC) Agreements
  • Energy and Environmental Regulations
  • Renewable Energy Credits
  • Project Acquisition and Divestiture