Overview

About Rob

Rob O’Connor is an associate in the firm’s Corporate group. He regularly advises clients in connection with the acquisition, financing and sale of operating and development-stage renewable energy projects. Rob assists clients with all aspects of deal management, including drafting and negotiating transaction documents, overseeing and conducting due diligence, and coordinating closing.

Before joining Stoel Rives, Rob was an associate (2016–2019) and summer associate (2015) at Alston & Bird LLP in New York City.

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Experience

Experience

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Represented a large institutional energy investor in the acquisition of a portfolio of six approximately 27 MW development-stage solar project in New York. (2020)
  • Represented a large institutional energy investor in the acquisition of an approximately 29 MW development-stage solar project in New Jersey. (2020)
  • Represented a large institutional energy investor in the acquisition of an approximately 27 MW development-stage solar project in New York. (2020)
  • Represented a large institutional energy investor in the acquisition of an approximately 26 MW development-stage solar project in New York. (2020)
  • Represented a large institutional energy investor in the acquisition of a portfolio of over 195 MW in operating solar projects located in seven states. (2019)
  • Represented a large institutional energy investor in the acquisition of a portfolio of 18 MW in operating solar projects. (2019)

Finance

  • Represented the sponsor and its affiliates in the construction and term debt financing and inverted lease tax equity financing of a 160 MW solar project in California. (2020)
  • Represented the sponsor and its affiliates in the construction and term debt financing and inverted lease tax equity financing of a 250 MW solar project in Texas. (2020)
  • Represented the sponsor and its affiliates in the construction and term debt financing and inverted lease tax equity financing of a 38 MW solar project and a 30 MW solar project in Georgia. (2020)
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