11/19/2018

Rochelle Rabeler named among DBJ's Who's Who in Energy 2018

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that Partner Rochelle Rabeler has been named to the 2018 Who’s Who in Energy list by the Denver Business Journal, for her commitment to professional excellence and her contributions to the energy industry in Colorado.

The Who's Who in Energy list profiles the Denver metro area’s key players in the energy industry. Rabeler will be featured in the Denver Business Journal’s Nov. 23 edition and recognized at a VIP reception honoring the professionals selected for the 2018 Who's Who in Energy list at the Brown Palace on Dec. 6.

Rochelle Rabeler focuses her practice on project development, project financing, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions for clients in the energy and infrastructure sectors, with a focus on renewable energy. She counsels developers, investors, sponsors, and independent power producers in connection with wind, solar, and alternative energy projects throughout the United States, varying in size from 100 kW to 1000 MW. Rabeler has comprehensive experience guiding clients through each nuance of project development contracts (including power purchase agreements), mergers and acquisitions and debt and equity financings (including ISDA and swap agreements), ranging from complex structures to traditional commercial secured transactions.

Holland & Hart has worked alongside stakeholders in the energy and resources industries since the inception of our firm 71 years ago. We help established companies and new industry entrants alike to evaluate and capitalize on new opportunities and efficiently mitigate the impacts of challenges they face along the way.

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