Charles G. Willing, JR.

Shareholder

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Charles G. Willing, Jr. is a shareholder of the firm. Chuck is a member of the firm’s Energy and Environmental Practice Groups, and assists clients on a variety of commercial transaction and regulatory matters.

Chuck focuses his practice on the development, purchase and sale and financing of all types of renewable energy projects across the country including solar, biogas, landfill gas, biomass, wind, and hydroelectric. Chuck and the other members of the energy group represent project owners in obtaining necessary federal and state regulatory approvals. Chuck also focuses on the availability of financial incentives for renewable projects at the federal level and in states around the country.

Charles G. Willing, JR.

Shareholder

Education and Bar Admissions

Education:

  • Boston College Law School, J.D., 1990
  • Williams College, B.A., 1984

 

Bar Admissions:

  • New Hampshire
  • Maine

Representative Matters

  • Representing developers of renewable energy projects around the country in the negotiation of energy purchase and sale agreements, leases, construction agreements, operation and maintenance agreements, and other contracts.
  • Representing companies in the purchase and sale of renewable energy assets, project companies, and holding companies.
  • Representing clients in equity and debt financing of renewable energy projects.
  • Assisting project owners to qualify for and participate in state renewable portfolio standard programs and net metering programs around the country including but not limited to Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, North Carolina, California, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado.
  • Assisting renewable energy project developers with siting issues and approvals.
  • Assisting carbon reduction project owners in validating, verifying, and selling carbon offsets.
  • Advocating for policy changes affecting renewable energy before state legislative and regulatory bodies.
  • Representing parties in disputes regarding renewable energy projects.

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

  • Treasurer, Kuster for Congress, 2015-16 election cycle
  • Member, Concord (NH) Energy and Environment Committee
  • Member and Board Member of Rotary Club of Concord, New Hampshire; produced Concord Rotary’s 2015 variety show fundraiser
  • Former President and Board Member, the Friends Program, Concord, NH; co-chaired the Friends Program’s Friends Finding Friends fundraising event
  • Former Board Member, Concord Trust for the Advancement of Public Education
  • Former Board Member, Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association
  • Former Little League and Youth Soccer Coach

 

Professional Activities

  • Regular participant in the N.H. Bar Association’s Lawyer in Every School Day

Noteworthy

Awards and Recognitions

  • Active in Northeast Energy and Commerce Association
  • Has presented papers at EPA Landfill Methane Outreach Program and Solid Waste Association of North America conferences
  • Immediate Past President, Rotary Club of Concord, New Hampshire
  • Received James S. Doremus Award (2012) for contributions to the organization