Energy & Clean Technology Attorney Seattle

The law firm of CHUNG, MALHAS & MANTEL, PLLC works with governments and businesses here and abroad in seeking affordable and safe alternative forms of energy. Depending on the region and the project, there is no shortfall in the spectrum of domestic and international power generation projects; including, but not limited to, natural gas, coal, wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, wood, gasification, thorium reactors, oil and gas pipelines, downstream natural gas applications, and other energy-related industries.

The choice of how to use energy and the type of energy to use is a virtual chess match wherein understanding the locality of the project, its environmental impact and pricing and regulatory compliance becomes the make it or break it of whether this new source of alternative energy will replace the use of  fossil fuels.

The attorneys at CHUNG, MALHAS & MANTEL, PLLC can be instrumental for project sponsors or technological innovators in structuring, negotiating, and consummating complex and innovative power projects both domestically and overseas. We provide project sponsors with a full spectrum of legal services and can draft and negotiate contracts for engineering, construction, major equipment supply, operation and maintenance, power and steam purchase, sale and purchase agreements,  interconnection of  fuel or other raw material supply and off-take as well as the various phases of financing.

This is an area of law that has significance both globally and environmentally. That is why a firm that is well versed in commercial transactions and international law is the right choice to serve not only you, but humanity as a whole.

At CHUNG, MALHAS & MANTEL, PLLC, we don’t handle cases, we serve clients. To speak with an experienced attorney, contact our firm at (206) 264-8999 for a consultation.

Languages spoken by our professional and support staff include Arabic, Berber, French, Hebrew, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian and Spanish.

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