Lynn Fountain assists clients with complex transactions involving renewable and conventional energy projects, including drafting and negotiating agreements for the licensing, financing, design and construction of such projects. She also represents utilities and developers in the purchase and sale of assets, power and renewable energy certificates (RECs).
Lynn previously was on the faculty of the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she taught courses in renewable energy law and energy regulation and policy, and developed and managed the Center for Energy and Environmental Law.
Assisted with negotiation and drafting of power purchase agreements for offshore wind facilities in the Northeast
Assisted with divestitures of power facilities and competitive wholesale energy business
Drafted and negotiated licensing and user agreements related to carbon and REC trading systems
Assisted in the development and evolution of New England's Generation Information System (GIS) for tracking renewable and other attributes associated with electric generation
with Honors2004Connecticut Law Review, Notes and Comments Editor
Selected to the list of Connecticut Super Lawyers Rising Stars (Thomson Reuters), Energy and Natural Resources, 2009-2010
* No aspect of these advertisements have been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. See Awards Methodology.
North Country Children’s Museum, Legal Volunteer, 2013-2018
Massena Arts and Theater Association, Inc., Secretary, 2013-2016, Board Member
Pro Bono Partnership, 2004-2010