Mintz Levin is the nation’s premier legal and consulting solutions provider for energy technology innovators. We provide the strategic and legal guidance clients need to thrive, whether they are entrepreneurs, start-ups, or large-scale corporations. One of the first law firms to develop a practice focused on representing companies creating “green” or “clean” technologies, we have expanded our practice to also include full-service representation of companies advancing technology innovations used in established energy sectors.
Mintz Levin attorneys and our colleagues from ML Strategies, LLC., the firm’s government relations consulting affiliate, represent companies developing innovative technologies to generate energy using renewable sources, engineer new forms of storage, and increase the efficiency of transmission and end-use systems. Our clients include industry leaders in the following sectors:
Cleantech and renewables (solar, water, wind)
Energy management (smart grid, lighting, storage, efficiency)
Industrial (motors, robotics, 3-D printing tech)
Oil, gas, and industrial processing
Resource management (recycling, and waste-to-energy)
We have been at the forefront of the industry since the earliest days of clean technology. The founder of our practice was part of the original team to launch the first clean tech industry association in Massachusetts (and the country), the Northeast Clean Energy Council. He has also been recognized by The Legal 500 United States as “rising to the fore” in energy technology for Venture Capital and Emerging Companies. In addition, a member of our legal team is a former Bush administration Chief Operating Officer for the US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). Our government relations team includes a former Clinton administration Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for EERE at the US Department of Energy and the former Massachusetts Commissioner of the Department of Energy Resources, who implemented the first-ever standards for renewable energy use and renewable certificate trading in New England.
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