Darin Lowder focuses on energy, project finance, project development, and related tax and public financing tools. Darin has worked with lenders, utilities, energy project developers, tax equity investors, private equity providers, engineering and construction firms, municipal and quasi-governmental project sponsors and developers, project site owners, and power purchasers on a variety of renewable-energy and fossil-fuel power projects.
Darin is experienced with project technologies including commercial, utility-scale, and residential-scale solar photovoltaic systems; onshore and offshore wind development; biomass and biofuel projects; and other energy efficiency and alternative energy technologies. He advises clients on tax and regulatory issues affecting the energy industry and emerging financing issues related to renewable energy projects, including community solar projects, and unique tax and financing structures.
Before joining Ballard Spahr, Darin worked in the real estate, financial services, and nonprofit sectors, working for publicly owned corporations, small startup companies, and nonprofit organizations. He served as an economist for a consulting firm, a strategic marketing director for a publicly owned home builder, a business strategist for a publicly held technology company, and an executive at a nonprofit educational organization.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Darin Lowder