Wind power, bio-fuel, bio-refining and ethanol— this isn’t kid stuff. With more than 60 years' experience, Martin Pringle attorneys have represented landowners and developers involved in wind power, and have worked for one of the largest designers of ethanol plants in the world. We know the administrative agencies and their policies well, and will help you navigate through all the regulations, so you can focus your energy elsewhere.
Because of Martin Pringle’s long standing involvement in the oil and gas industry, our firm naturally transitioned to work involving renewable energy and alternative energy projects.
Martin Pringle’s attorneys have represented a wide segment of parties involved in the wind power. That includes representing landowners needing help with wind leases and easements, or the accompanying transmission and power line easements. Martin Pringle’s lawyers have also represented business entities interested in developing the wind resources of Kansas, and have assisted in preparing the agreements necessary to obtain turbine construction and easement rights from landowners.
In the biofuel and bio-refining industry, our lawyers have worked for one of the largest designers of ethanol plants in the world, and have assisted in the preparation of the various agreements related to ethanol production, distribution and financing.
Whether the legal issues relate to biofuel and bio-refining, or wind and solar energy, our lawyers routinely also help clients navigate the regulations and inner-workings of administrative agencies like the Kansas Corporation Commission and the Kansas Bioscience Authority.
The firm’s lawyers have also served as members of the Kansas Energy Council, and participated in numerous conferences and seminars, like the Kansas Energy Conference, that assist and support the renewable and alternative energy business.
Contact one of our energy lawyers today to further discuss our experience in these areas and how we can be of help in your project.