L2 Counsel was co-counsel for 174 Power Global, a subsidiary of Hanwha Energy Corporation of Korea, in a utility scale solar and storage project joint venture with an affiliate of Total of France to produce 1.6GW of renewable energy plants.
San Francisco, CA (PRUnderground) January 27th, 2021
Solar-plus-storage developer 174 Power Global, a subsidiary of Hanwha Energy Corporation of Korea, has entered into a joint venture with an affiliate of French energy conglomerate Total, to develop utility-scale solar and storage projects with a total capacity of 1.6GW in the United States.
The plants, which are to all be completed by 2024, will be constructed in Texas, Nevada, Oregon, Wyoming, and Virginia. The projects were sourced from 174 Power Global's strong development pipeline.
The in-house legal team at 174 Power Global was led by general counsel Carolyn Byun and vice president of legal Pauline Ung. L2 Counsel, P.C. was co-counsel for 174 Power Global, together with Amis Patel & Brewer, Stoel Rives and DLA Piper. The L2 Counsel team was led by Louis Lehot, alongside Natasha Allen and Nicole Hatcher.
Louis Lehot of L2 Counsel, said, "We are excited to be a part of what is a significant step for the renewables and storage market."