(February 17, 2021, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney congratulates its client, New England Solar Garden Corporation (“NESG”), on its closing on a definitive agreement for the development and delivery of up to 82 megawatts of new solar photovoltaic energy projects. The transaction, providing for the development and commercial operation of up to twenty-one solar photovoltaic energy projects, ranging in size from 1.3 MW to 7.1 MW, will be constructed and brought on-line over the next year.
The Sheehan Phinney engagement team was led by Mark W. Dell’Orfano, a member of Sheehan Phinney’s Environment & Energy and Corporate Practice Groups. The Sheehan Phinney legal team also included Environment & Energy Practice Group Leader, Lynn J. Preston, and firm shareholders Robert P. Cheney, Jr., Elizabeth A. Bailey, and Courtney H.G. Herz.
Sheehan Phinney’s Environment & Energy Practice Group advises clients on a broad range of energy and environmental-related legal matters, including renewable and conventional energy project development and operation; power purchase agreements, including the sale and purchase of renewable energy environmental attributes; interconnection, transmission, and distribution-system agreements; environmental permitting and land use matters; regulatory compliance and enforcement; mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures; Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues; and complex litigation matters.
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