Boston – Boston law firm Sherin and Lodgen LLP announced that its Renewable Energy Practice Group served as local counsel to the Renewable Power Group of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, L.P. in its acquisition of a portfolio of 17 operating solar sites, totaling 23.5 MW, across Massachusetts.
The firm’s role included coordination and review of all due diligence, including title, survey, tax agreements, leasing and real estate evaluation, and state solar incentives.
The Sherin and Lodgen legal team was led by Bethany A. Bartlett, Chair of the firm’s Renewable Energy Group, and Partner Beth A. Goldstein, and included Of Counsel Colleen V. Collins, and Associates Matthew S. Cote and Tyler N. Ballew. The solar facilities were developed by Clean Energy Collective, of Boulder, Colorado, and are part of the Massachusetts SREC-II program. Stoel Rives LLP served as lead counsel in the acquisition.
Sherin and Lodgen’s national Renewable Energy Practice Group represents lenders, developers, municipalities, and companies committed to sustainability through solar, wind, hydro, and energy storage initiatives. Clients rely on the firm’s experience in financing, development, leasing, environmental, zoning, and permitting to navigate this ever-changing market and accomplish their business goals.
Goldman Sachs’ Renewable Power Group is comprised of investment professionals with leading industry expertise across transaction sourcing and financial analysis, power markets and physical asset analysis and operations. The team takes a long-term ownership approach to the operations and management of renewable assets and benefits from Goldman Sachs’ extensive network of relationships, leading institutional infrastructure and in-house industry knowledge and experience.