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Kevin Fink is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Community Development Finance group. Kevin focuses his practice on renewable energy projects that generate renewable energy tax credits. He represents clients—including developers, equity investors, syndicators and lenders—on issues relating to the acquisition, development and operation of power generation projects nationwide.
I focus on representing clients involved in the acquisition, development and financing of renewable energy power generation projects. I handle due diligence review, the drafting and negotiating of primary transaction documents, and overall project management.
Proposed legislation, if enacted, has the capability to further advance renewable energy project development across the country through both the extension of current tax credit regimes and enactment of new ones, such as a standalone energy-storage tax credit and adders to the existing ITC. Following this legislation and understanding its implementation will be vital to assist stakeholders in navigating and strategizing innovative ways to advance their business needs.
District of Columbia
Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University, J.D.
University of Maryland, College Park, B.A.
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