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Brad Nowak


Brad Nowak represents clients throughout the U.S. on corporate transactions, acquisitions, dispositions, project financing and development. He is the co-chair of the firm’s Solar Energy and Renewable Energy practices and leads the firm’s Public-Private Partnership (P3) and Infrastructure Practice. Brad provides timely, strategic advice to clients throughout the life cycle of a transaction, whether it’s developing a renewable energy project, negotiating terms for a business acquisition or disposition or structuring a novel P3 project with a municipality. Brad devotes a significant portion of his practice to advising on energy transactions, as well as guiding clients through the project development process. Brad advises on energy regulatory issues and negotiates power purchase agreements, offtake agreements, EPC agreements, interconnection agreements, O&M agreements, build-transfer agreements and joint development agreements. Active in the solar industry, Brad is a member of the board of directors for the Maryland, DC, Delaware and Virginia Solar Energy Industries Association (MDV-SEIA). He has nearly 15 years of experience helping companies negotiate and close mergers and acquisitions in numerous industries, and he has extensive experience negotiating and drafting asset, stock and membership interest purchase agreements. Brad also frequently advises municipalities and developers on the procurement, structuring and negotiation of public infrastructure and P3 projects, including energy, solid waste, water, wastewater, stormwater and social infrastructure. He has significant experience negotiating performance-based agreements for development and operation and maintenance of P3 facilities. In addition to his energy and infrastructure work, Brad spends a portion of his time serving as outside general counsel to private companies. He advises on business planning, shareholder disputes, operations, capital raising, debt financing and exit strategies. Brad earned his Juris Doctor degree from Wake Forest University School of Law, and he earned his Bachelor of Science degree, summa cum laude, from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

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