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Ben Grayson's practice involves the representation of lenders and developers in the financing and development of infrastructure projects, with a focus in renewable energy.
JD, Duke University School of Law, 2017
BA, University of Michigan, 2014
In law school, Ben was a member of the Duke Energy Law Society and the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum. He was a legal extern for the International Finance Corporation.
- New York State Bar
- Representing the sponsor in the development and tax equity financing of the 58 MW Sage solar project in Utah.
- Represented the lenders in the construction loan financing of a 3.4 MW biogas facility in Trenton, New Jersey.
- Represented the lender on a construction revolving credit facility to finance utility scale, commercial scale and residential solar projects.
- Represented the Overseas Private Investment Corporation as senior lender to three 50 MW wind farms under development in Province of Sindh, Pakistan.
- "Electric Vehicle Charging: Recent Developments in the United States," Project Finance Blog, April, 2019.
- "Opportunity: electric vehicle charging infrastructure," Project Finance Newswire, August 2018.
- Contributor, "Financing Smart, Sustainable Cities," Norton Rose Fulbright, April 2018.
- "The Green Bank Value Proposition," Project Finance Newswire, April 2018.
- Contributor, "Unlocking the Blockchain: Digitizing the Energy Value Chain - Chapter 4," Norton Rose Fulbright, March 2018.
Publication | August 9, 2018
Publication | April 2018
Publication | April 10, 2018