Projects; LNG; Renewables; Banking and finance
Todd Alexander’s practice includes representing developers, investors and lenders to infrastructure projects. He has extensive experience financing renewables projects including utility scale, community, C&I and residential solar, wind, hydro, biomass, and biofuel projects. Similarly, he regularly represents parties financing gas-fired, fertilizer, desalinization and LNG projects. He has represented sellers and purchasers of ownership interests in several large infrastructure projects, including power projects, airports, gas pipelines and portfolios of renewable energy projects. He is active in the United States, Latin America and Japan. He works regularly with commercial banks, institutional investors, private equity and DFIs. He is the host of Norton Rose Fulbright’s energy and infrastructure podcast, “Currents”.
District of Columbia and New York Bars.
University of Illinois, BS, 1991; Approved Certified Public Accountant (CPA), 1991; Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 1994.