Brown Rudnick Launches Climate & Energy Law Practice

To serve various needs of the carbon reduction and green energy markets, international law firm Brown Rudnick has created a Climate & Energy Group that is committed to addressing the global issue of climate change and the scarcity of traditional energy sources.

The Climate & Energy Group is an interdisciplinary team combining seasoned professionals from energy and environmental law, project finance, structured finance, regulatory compliance, U.S. and EU emissions trading regimes, renewable energy, intellectual property, venture capital, and government law and strategies. Brown Rudnick advises on project development, renewable portfolio standards, risk management, and regulatory and financial aspects of emissions trading schemes. The Group is currently advising on all aspects of renewable energy project financing, structured finance products and derivatives in the U.S., U.K. and other jurisdictions, including Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects and the monetization of EU Emissions Allowances. Ronald S. Borod, Chair of Brown Rudnick’s Structured Finance Group and a member of the Climate & Energy Group, remarks, “Investment in sustainable energy and energy efficiency programs is rapidly gaining momentum worldwide.” “Brown Rudnick has the expertise to help global operating companies, hedge funds, private equity funds, quasi-governmental agencies, and investment banks capitalize on opportunities in greenhouse gas emissions trading,” he said.
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