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FrankLyman

Renewable Energy Counsel

"Results without drama; professional, practical, fair, respectful, good humored."

Overview

Biography

Frank is a member at McCauley Lyman LLC, a boutique renewable energy firm in Framingham, Massachusetts. Through a strategic affiliation between the firms, Frank and other McCauley Lyman members serve Barclay Damon clients across the country as renewable energy counsel.

He primarily focuses on representing developers, offtakers, project landlords, and financing parties in all facets of solar project development. Frank advises on all energy-project-related contracts, including engineering and construction, operations and maintenance, land acquisition, fuel supply and transportation, power and billing credit sales, thermal-energy sales, and financing. He also handles company organization, governance, and regulation; sales and acquisitions of both asset and equity interests; real estate contracts and leases; and asset-backed financing.

Bar Associations

  • Energy Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
Experience

Prior Experience

  • Cogen Energy Technology, Chief Operations Officer and General Counsel
  • Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle, Associate & Of Counsel
  • Lyman & Shaw, Partner
  • Leboeuf, Lamb, Leiby & Macrae, Associate
  • US Department of Energy, Federal Energy Administration, Federal Energy Office, Energy Program Specialist
  • Mobil Oil Corporation, Assistant Plant Manager
  • US Army, Infantry Operations Officer (S-3)

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