Brogan Sullivan is a mergers and acquisitions and tax equity finance partner in the Power practice group and has worked with energy industry clients for over 25 years, handling engagements for the purchase, sale, co-ownership, and financing of power plants by both regulated utilities and independent power producers. Over the last decade, Brogan has focused on the renewable power sector, focusing on the acquisition, joint ownership, and tax equity financing of utility-scale wind and solar projects.
Brogan has worked closely with energy industry clients for over 25 years. He has represented clients in the purchase and sale of regulated gas and electric utilities in over a dozen U.S. states and in Australia, Canada, England, and New Zealand. His deep experience in the energy sector extends to power generation, and he has handled numerous engagements for the purchase, sale, and co-ownership of power plants by both regulated utilities and independent power producers. He also has significant expertise with acquisitions and joint ventures involving natural gas and power infrastructure assets, including electric transmission lines and natural gas gathering systems, pipelines, and storage facilities.
Over the last decade, Brogan has increasingly focused on the renewable power sector. He has assisted clients in the acquisition, joint ownership, and tax equity financing of utility-scale wind and solar projects across the U.S. His work includes groundbreaking tax equity financing and customer-partnered development transactions undertaken by regulated public utilities or their subsidiaries.
Brogan’s experience with asset-intensive energy companies led to work with heavy manufacturing clients, and he has represented companies in the purchase, sale, and joint ownership of manufacturing plants in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
Prior to joining the firm, Brogan was a partner in the energy and natural resources group at a large U.S. law firm. For six years in his early career, Brogan worked as in-house transactions counsel for a diversified, multinational energy company, focusing on domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures.
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