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JillWinans

Renewable Energy Counsel

Overview

Biography

Jill is a member at McCauley Lyman LLC, a boutique renewable energy firm in Framingham, Massachusetts. Through a strategic affiliation between the firms, Jill and other McCauley Lyman members serve Barclay Damon clients across the country as renewable energy counsel. She has experience with state renewable and clean energy programs and related regulatory issues, real estate and title matters related to developing and operating solar energy projects, and positioning power contracts in light of regulatory constraints and incentives.

Jill also represents public entities in major infrastructure development, including initiating and developing public financing through state and federal agencies and negotiating contracts associated with public-works development. She practices before multiple public bodies in her roles as special and general counsel to municipalities and special taxing districts, and she has directed and managed public-input processes and disputes.

Bar Associations

  • Energy Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • State Bar of Arizona
  • State Bar of New Mexico

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Northeastern Energy and Commerce Association, Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation Committee
  • State Bar of New Mexico Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Section 
Experience

Prior Experience

  • Conservation Services Group, Clean Energy Markets, Deputy Director
  • Gust Rosenfeld PLC, Associate
  • Law Office of Mary C. McDonald, Associate

Featured Media

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US Supreme Court Shrinks Federal Authority Under the Clean Water Act

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Taxing Authorities' Right to Retain Surplus Monies in "Strict Foreclosures"

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Appellate Division, Third Department, Denies Appeal and Upholds Office of Renewable Energy Siting Regulations

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NYS Public Service Commission Formally Initiates Proceeding to Establish What Constitutes "Zero Emission" Under the CLCPA

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NYS Appellate Court Dismisses Common Law Claims Against Contractor for Injuries Sustained by "Special Employee"

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Child Victim Act Complaint Dismissed for Failure to Sufficiently Allege Special Duty

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