(6/11/2021, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Mark W. Dell’Orfano has been named to the Board of Directors for the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Heart Association.
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary health organization. Its purpose is to help Americans prevent heart diseases and stroke by living healthy, low-stress lives. Unfortunately, approximately 2,600 people die each year in New Hampshire from a heart attack or stroke. Through its outreach and educational programs, the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Heart Association works alongside state and local leaders, medical professionals, and state residents to make it easier to be healthy where we live, work, learn, and play. For more information about the American Heart Association’s mission and AHA’s impact on the lives of New Hampshire residents, please visit heart.org.
Dell’Orfano is a member of the firm’s Environment & Energy and Corporate practice groups. He advises clients on various legal, regulatory, and tax issues impacting the energy and natural resource sectors, including clean energy (solar, wind, fuel cells, and battery storage), traditional fossil fuels (natural gas and coal), transmission and distribution of electricity and natural gas, mining, cleantech, and smart grid technologies. Dell’Orfano regularly represents clients in regulatory matters and energy- and resource-related transactions, including environmental due diligence; joint ventures; mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures of businesses and assets; project finance and tax-equity finance; negotiating and drafting power purchase agreements, development service agreements, wind, solar, and mineral leases and easements, including solar skyscape easements, interconnection agreements, commercial service contracts, EPC and equipment procurement contracts, and facility operation and maintenance agreements.
Dell’Orfano is admitted to the practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. In addition to his service to the American Heart Association, he serves on the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics. Dell’Orfano is also an active member of the Environment, Energy, and Resources Section of the American Bar Association, the Energy Bar Association, the Power & Energy Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and Clean Energy New Hampshire.