John J. Marciano III’s practice encompasses tax, legal, and commercial advice on energy and infrastructure projects. He also counsels clients in all aspects of the budding unmanned aviation industry, including financing fleets of unmanned aerial systems. His work includes advising on capital-raising and deployment strategies for a wide range of clients, primarily in connection with solar, wind, geothermal, fuel cell and biomass projects.
He is the editor of a renewable power tax credit reference guide that is a must-have resource for practitioners, project developers, financiers and government officials.
John is a frequent speaker on debt and equity structuring issues related to renewable power assets and investments. He was honored in the Financial Times’ Most Innovative Law Firms 2015 Report.
- Helps clients structure investments in projects and portfolios of projects.
- Co-heads Akin Gump’s global project finance practice.
- Helps clients buy, sell, and finance energy and power projects.
- Acted for a major financial institution as the construction and back-leverage lender for the first U.S. offshore wind farm.
- Represented multiple private equity and infrastructure funds in two dozen investments in renewable projects and portfolios of projects.
- Assisted solar and wind developers and tax equity investors on more than 100 tax equity facilities.
- Represented lenders on the first distributed solar construction revolver.
- Advised a major solar developer in the first open-ended, distributed solar tax equity transaction involving a commercial and small utility-scale project.
- Represented a large financial institution as a tax equity investor in the first residential and commercial solar tax equity aggregated portfolio.
- LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center
- J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law
- B.A., Canisius College
- District of Columbia
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