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Keith Martin

Co-head of Projects, United States

Keith  Martin

Washington, DC

T:+1 202 974 5674

Keith Martin is a transactional lawyer whose principal areas of practice are tax and project finance. He acted for 142 companies last year and worked on transactions in the United States and five foreign countries. He also lobbies Congress and the Treasury Department on policy issues.

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  • Education

    1978 - M.Sc., The London School of Economics

    1977 - J.D., George Washington University

    1975 - B.A., Wesleyan University

  • Admissions
    • District of Columbia State Bar
    • New York State Bar License
  • Rankings and recognitions
    • Chambers USA, project finance, Chambers & Partners, “the preeminent authority on tax structurings in the US,” 2003-2017
    • Chambers USA,  sole “star” ranking in US renewable energy, Chambers & Partners, 2010 - 2017.
    • Legal 500, tax, The Legal 500, 2009-2017
    • Highly regarded, Banking – United States, IFLR1000, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, 2018
    • Best Lawyers in America, 2006 - 2018
    • Washington DC Super Lawyers, Tax, Thomson Reuters, 2008 - 2009, 2013 - 2017
  • Publications
  • Speaking engagements
    • Annual Wall Street REFF conference, New York, June 2017
    • Annual Solar Energy Industries Association finance and tax seminar, New York, June 2017
    • 2017 EIA energy conference in Washington organized by the US Department of Energy, June 2017
    • Global Windpower Convention in Anaheim, May 2017
    • Novogradac renewable energy conference in San Francisco, May 2017
    • Annual Green Investing conference in New York, April 2017
    • Infocast solar finance & investment summit in San Diego, March 2017
    • Client retreat for NextEra Energy in Las Vegas, March 2017
    • Webinar on inverted leases, March 2017
    • Infocast Wind Finance and Investment Summit, San Diego, February 2017
    • Energy Storage Conference, Oakland, February 2017
    • Annual University of Texas Renewable Energy Law Conference, Austin, January 2017
    • Infocast Projects and Money Conference, New Orleans, January 2017
    • Cost of Capital: 2017 Outlook Webinar, January 2017
    • Partnership Flip Transactions Webinar, January 2017
    • Annual Solar Energy Industries Association Finance and Tax Seminar, Washington, December 2016
    • Southeast Renewables Conference, Atlanta, November 2016
    • Solar Tax Equity Structures Webinar, November 2016
    • What the US Election Results Mean for the Renewable Energy Market Webinar, November 2016
    • Repowering Existing Wind Farms Webinar, American Wind Energy Association, November 2016
    • The Outlook for Tax Reform, UBS, a conference call with Wall Street analysts, November 2016
    • American Wind Energy Association Fall Finance Conference, Webinar, New York, October 2016
    • Energy Storage North America Convention, San Diego, October 2016
    • Energy Symposium, Harvard Business School, Starting Construction of US Renewable Energy Projects to Qualify for Tax Credits Webinar, October 2016
    • A New Energy Summit, Distributed Sun, Washington, October 2016
    • Infocast Utility-Scale Solar Summit, San Diego, October 2016
    • Novogradac Renewable Energy Conference, Washington, October 2016
    • Corporate PPAs Conference, Washington, September, 2016
    • Annual meeting of the Independent Energy Producers, Webinar, How Smaller Developers Raise Capital to Grow Larger Webinar, California, September, 2016
    • Solar Energy Industries Association Webinar in conjunction with release of the 8th edition of the "Guide to Federal Tax Incentives for Solar Energy" in September 2016
    • Solar Tax Equity Structures Webinar, August 2016
  • Memberships and activities
    • Counsel, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-New York)
    • Legislative assistant, Senator Henry M. Jackson (D-Washington)