Sordum Ndam concentrates her practice on supporting renewable energy clients with federal tax credits, as well as project development and financing.
Sordum is admitted to practice in Tennessee and, while awaiting bar admission in Washington, DC, will be supervised by attorneys admitted to practice in Washington, DC.
Much of my work involves providing support for renewable energy financings and tax equity structuring by analyzing tax models, power purchase agreements, and loan documents, as well as researching applicable law. My ability to conduct the necessary due diligence ensures transactions run smoothly and efficiently while protecting our clients’ interests.
My prior experience included helping clients navigate all aspects of renewable energy matters, including project development and finance, tax credits and incentives, tax structuring, regulation, and public policy.
The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act presents a unique opportunity to complete projects and advance sustainability goals. Regulators across the spectrum, from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to the Securities Exchange Commission, have evidenced an increasing focus on sustainability. Therefore, funding projects is likely to be the start, not the end, of investor and sponsor relations with renewable energy.
Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, LL.M., with honors
Florida State University College of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif
Belmont University, B.S.
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