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Alternative Energy and Green Initiatives Practice Group

Marshall & Melhorn, LLC’s Alternative Energy and Green Initiatives Practice Group brings together a broad cross-section of experienced lawyers to assist our private and public clients in the areas of clean and renewable energy, green building and energy efficiency projects, including LEED certified design and construction, and the evolving federal, state and local regulations pertaining to these areas. Our group is assisting the region’s fast-growing solar, wind, and bio-fuels industries with advice regarding grants, loans and tax incentives, intellectual property, technology transfer and commercialization, and innovative financing arrangements. We assist our clients in advancing public policies that position them to optimize the opportunities available in clean and renewable energy initiatives.

Economic development in Northwest Ohio increasingly involves alternative energy, energy efficiency, and green strategies. Lawyers at Marshall & Melhorn were “present at the creation” of the region’s new economy, representing researchers, start-up businesses, serving on economic development agencies, and aggressively promoting and assisting these key industries. From concept through the growth cycle, to maturity and divestiture, the firm’s lawyers have the experience and the knowledge to help our clients succeed in the new energy economy.
Patent, trademark and technology licensing agreements
Private and public project financing
Tax credits and government incentive programs
Federal, state and local regulatory compliance
LEED certified building projects
Brownfield clean-up and voluntary action plans
Real estate acquisition
Zoning and land use approvals for distributed generation facilities
Municipal public utilities (water, waste water, storm and electric)
Thomas W. Palmer
Thomas P. Killam
Lori W. Decker
A. Thomas Christensen
James H. Irmen
Mark H. Rose
Kenneth J. Mauer
Craig P. Burns
Matthew J. Fischer
Stephen P. Evans
John A. Borell, Jr.