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Bingham McHale at Forefront of Alternative Energy

Over the past twelve months, the attorneys at Bingham McHale have participated in some exciting alternative energy developments.

Randy Seger and David T. McGimpsey (co-chair of the Indiana Wind Working Group's Economic Development Committee), helped usher in a new era of energy policy by gaining State regulatory approvals necessary for the State's largest wind farm: the Fowler Ridge Wind Farm. When fully built, Fowler Ridge will be one of the largest wind farms in the country at 750 MW. BP Alternative Energy and Dominion have partnered on Fowler Ridge, which is located in Benton County, Indiana.

Mary Solada has also been instrumental in guiding Fowler Ridge through the land use and real estate permitting process. She also guided the State's first wind farm, the Benton County Wind Farm, through the land use and permitting process and was a panelist at Indiana's first wind energy conference: WIndiana 2008 held on June 17th and 18th. Bingham McHale sponsored WIndiana 2008.

Additionally, attorneys at Bingham McHale have been heavily involved in the development of three ethanol plants in the State. The Firm's AgriBusiness and Renewable Energy Team led the development efforts, and boasts some of the most experienced renewable energy attorneys in the state.

Should you have questions about the development or availability of alternative energy, please feel free to contact any of the attorneys in the Firm's Utility or Agribusiness teams.


  • David T. McGimpsey

    Dave is Chair of the Utilities and Environmental Practice Group. He counsels clients on regulatory and transactional matters involving businesses, real estate, utilities and energy. He advises clients on a broad range of issues ...

  • Randolph  Seger

    Randy Seger has practiced for over 40 years before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and other state, local and federal courts, boards and regulatory/governing agencies. Throughout his law career he has advised utilities ...



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