Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke offers a broad range of expertise to clients in the renewable energy sector, including the regulatory, project development, transactional, and strategic aspects of renewables. DWGP has extensive experience in working with municipal and governmental clients to ensure that local, state and federal procurement goals are achieved. On behalf of our clients, the Firm regularly analyzes and pursues various renewable and clean energy options to achieve policy goals for cleaner energy generation in cost-effective ways that protect the interests of consumers and rate payers.


Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke has extensive experience in advising biofuels, biomass, geothermal, ocean thermal energy conversion, solar, waste-to-energy, and wind development clients through virtually every phase of project development, from small-scale to utility-scale projects. In addition to assisting in the negotiation of project development agreements, DWGP has worked on complex site control and feasibility issues with clients. Further, the Firm can help identify creative options to secure necessary transmission access and rights to deliver the renewable resources to both wholesale and retail markets. DWGP routinely prepares the transactional documents related to renewable resources, including the drafting and negotiation of power purchase agreements and interconnection agreements, as well as purchase and sale agreements for the pricing and disposition of Renewable Energy Credits.


Building on decades of experience with federal agencies, the Firm counsels clients in navigating the many regulatory challenges and uncertainties surrounding renewables. The Firm assists its clients and their project partners in securing funding for their renewable energy projects, including through federal and state funding, as well as in the negotiations and documentation of private party financing. After identifying approaches securing federal funding for renewable projects, the Firm also advises clients on the Federal Acquisition Rules and any other statutory or regulatory requirements, such as the Davis-Bacon Act, Buy-American clauses, Historic Preservation Act and National Environmental Policy Act requirements.


Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke supports client development of renewable projects including through the following:


  • Joint Development Agreements
  • Project Marketing and Power Purchase Agreements
  • Interconnection and Transmission
  • Leasing and Use of Public Lands
  • Energy Facility Siting and Permitting
  • Construction and Design, Operations and Maintenance
  • Turbine and Equipment Procurement
  • Fuel Supply and Transportation
  • Intellectual Property Protection
  • Project Finance
  • Lease Agreements
  • Project Purchase and Sale
  • Environmental Assessments
  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • Legislation and Rulemaking
  • Incentives
  • Energy Project Due Diligence
  • Corporate Structure