Tyler N. Ballew is a business lawyer who concentrates his practice in the renewable energy, technology, and life sciences industries.
Tyler assists clients in the full range of business law matters, including entity formations, financing, fundraising, mergers, asset sales and purchases, construction, real estate, risk management, commercial operations, and corporate governance.
Tyler has represented project developers, lenders, offtakers, and equipment manufacturers in wind and solar deployments of all sizes across the U.S. He has successfully counseled developers on responding to utility solicitations for renewable power and applying for state and federal tax incentives for renewable energy and advanced manufacturing.
Prior to joining Sherin and Lodgen, Tyler was an energy and corporate attorney for a mid-sized Boston law firm. He also served as associate counsel for Ogin, Inc, a venture-backed wind turbine manufacturer and project developer. While at Ogin, he was responsible for oversight of all domestic and international commercial operations, advising on manufacturing, logistics, construction, real estate, compliance, tax, employment, and finance matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Tyler N. Ballew
Tyler N. Ballew is an energy law attorney with Sherin Lodgen law firm, and he was designated a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for his writings on energy regulation and renewables, with a focus on the Northeastern US. His articles highlight and clarify some of the many issues unique to the growing field of renewable energy, specifically offshore wind.