Darin Lowder, an attorney with Ballard Spahr LLP, is experienced with energy project development and financing and coordinating novel financing structures for energy generation and energy efficiency projects, including incorporating Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds, Investment Tax Credits, 1603 Treasury Grants, New Market Tax Credits, and other forms of government sponsored or coordinated financing into privately owned energy projects. He has worked on projects using the following technologies: solar photovoltaic, onshore and offshore wind, biomass and biofuel, coal-fired generation, next-generation nuclear power, and other alternative energy technologies. Mr. Lowder's clients have included municipalities, housing authorities, utilities, energy project developers, tax equity investors, engineering and construction firms, project site owners, and power purchasers for renewable-energy and fossil-fuel power projects. Before joining Ballard Spahr, Mr. Lowder worked in the real estate, financial services, and nonprofit sectors, serving as an economist for a consulting firm, a strategic marketing director for a publicly owned home builder, a business strategist for a publicly held technology company, and an executive at a nonprofit educational organization. Mr. Lowder holds a J.D. from George Mason University School of Law, a M.A. from Stanford University in International Development Policy, and a B.A. in Economics from Brigham Young University.
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