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The clean energy sector is showing exponential growth due to higher energy and resource costs, continually evolving regulatory requirements, and the desire for companies to pursue related opportunities. Environmental issues, such as generating clean energy and promoting sustainable companies are altering the way people do business.

Utility companies, builders, venture capitalists, and emerging/mature businesses look to law firm, Armstrong Teasdale’s Future Energy Group for insightful legal advice ranging from IP, corporate climate strategies, and environmental issues impacting projects to facilitating the development, financing, and implementation of CDM, JI, and VER projects.

Our team includes the executive director of REGFORM, an association whose objective is the development and negotiation of environmental regulations and policies in Missouri. It also includes the former governor and attorney general of Nevada who worked on rate cases and other utility issues while in office.

Of the 63 Armstrong Teasdale attorneys named to the most recent edition of The Best Lawyers in America®, two were named top Energy Law lawyers. As a team working across practice areas, and as individuals with diverse backgrounds, we guide businesses in planning wisely and making consistently clean decisions.

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