Brad Warner concentrates his practice on the financing and development of energy and other industrial and infrastructure projects, with a focus on renewable energy.
JD, honors, Emory University School of Law, 2016
BS, magna cum laude, Florida State University, 2013
- Represented the lenders in the US$1 billion senior secured bank financing of the South Field Energy project, an 1,182 MW combined-cycle natural gas-fired generation project in Ohio.
- Represented the senior lenders in connection with the financing of the 163 MW Midway Wind project, serving the high-demand ERCOT market in San Patricio County, Texas, with a long-dated hedge for its power production.
- Represented the sponsors in the development and tax equity financing of 197 MW and 148 MW wind energy projects in Texas.
- Represented a lender in connection with the back-leverage financing of a portfolio of 42 MWs of solar projects in North Carolina.
- Representing a lender in connection with the management of a US$100 million revolving credit facility for a portfolio of utility-scale and distributed solar assets.
- Represented a lender in connection with the construction financing of two solar facilities in Virginia (10 MW and 20 MW, respectively).
- Represented the Inter-American Development Bank in connection with the sale of the 50 MW Jacinta Solar photovoltaic solar power station located in Salto, Uruguay.
- Represented the senior lenders in connection with the financing of a black start facility for the Carroll County Energy Project, a 700 MW combined-cycle natural gas-fired generation project in Ohio.
- Represented the lenders in connection with the US$1 billion senior secured bank financing of the Cricket Valley Energy Center, an approximately 1,100 MW combined-cycle natural gas-fired generation project in New York.
Memberships and activities
- Executive articles editor, Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, 2015 – 2016