Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorneys offer a decade of experience representing developers of wind energy projects in the State of Indiana. We have assisted clients in the development of 1,000 megawatts of electrical power in the State of Indiana.
Our attorneys work closely with developers, land owners and other project stakeholders, together with county leaders and elected officials in the advocacy of projects resulting in project approvals.
As Indiana is a “home rule” state, we understand that decision-making is largely at the County level and work closely with County thought-leaders and elected officials.
How We Help Our Clients
We assist in crafting agreements that provide for a “win/win” for local communities, and the client developer, aimed at long-term, mutually beneficial relationships.
We are thought-leaders in the State of Indiana regarding the development of renewable energy and are happy to share our insights with consultants, state officials, and other stakeholders.
We believe that we have unique insights in both legal issues and local knowledge to assist project stakeholders. We also have a strong working knowledge of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and its declination process.
We use our familiarity and knowledge of existing laws, local ordinances, County decision-making and IURC processes, together with key relationships, to offer legal guidance on wind energy projects.