Aaron S. Hullman

Washington, D.C.
  • 555 Eleventh Street, NW
  • Suite 1000
  • Washington, D.C. 20004-1304
  • USA

Aaron Hullman is counsel in the Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Corporate Department and the firm’s Energy & Infrastructure Industry Group. He has significant experience representing private equity, developer, and corporate clients in transactional and corporate matters, with a focus on power generation and renewable energy.

Mr. Hullman’s experience includes:

  • Equity financings (including tax equity investments)
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Joint ventures and strategic transactions

Mr. Hullman has developed particular experience representing clients in equity investments in traditional and renewable energy projects and has experience in the sale or purchase of energy portfolios and individual project companies.

He also has experience in the establishment of international joint ventures to fund acquisition and development of traditional and renewable power generation assets in the US, Europe, Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa.

Mr. Hullman was a licensed civil and environmental engineer prior to entering the practice of law.

Representative Energy Clients
  • Avenue Capital / Middle River Power
  • Climate Adaptive Infrastructure
  • Competitive Power Ventures
  • D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI)
  • Denham Capital Partners
  • Energy Capital Partners
  • Global Infrastructure Partners
  • Iberdrola S.A. / Avangrid
  • Kayne Anderson Capital Partners
  • Tenaska
  • Trilantic Capital Partners

Mr. Hullman’s experience includes representing:

  • Global Infrastructure Partners in the sale of Competitive Power Ventures to OPC Energy Ltd. for US$630 million
  • Tenaska in its tax equity financing of a 51 MW solar project in California
  • Energy Capital Partners in the acquisition of a portfolio of 10 natural gas and coal-to-gas power generation assets in Alberta, Canada, from Canadian Utilities Limited, a subsidiary of ATCO, in a transaction valued at US$835 million
  • Cordelio Power, a subsidiary of CPPIB, in the acquisition of two wind development projects in Illinois having 350 MW capacity
  • Kayne Anderson in the acquisition and tax equity financing of a utility scale solar facility in North Carolina
  • ConnectGen in formation of a 50-50 joint venture and acquisition and tax equity financing of three utility scale solar facilities in the Southwest US
  • Deepwater Wind in the tax equity financing of Block Island Wind, the first off-shore wind power generation project in North America
  •  D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments in the acquisition and tax equity financing of wind and solar power generating projects in Arizona, California, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Oklahoma
  • Competitive Power Ventures in  multiple equity joint ventures involving the development of natural gas-fired power plants in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York
  • Owens-Illinois in the acquisition of a large bottle manufacturing facility in Mexico from Grupo Modelo, a subsidiary of ABI InBev for US$188 million
  • Denham Capital Partners in multiple joint ventures, having aggregate capital commitments in excess of US$1 billion, to invest in traditional and renewable energy assets in Europe, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Africa
  • Tenaska in an equity joint venture with ALLETE to develop a 260 MW wind power generation facility in Minnesota
  • Marubeni Corporation, Google and Bregal Investments in the formation of a joint venture to develop a US$5 billion off-shore electrical transmission line along the Atlantic Seaboard
  • Iberdrola / Avangrid in the divestment of multiple natural gas storage and distribution assets in the USORIX USA in a joint venture with IGS Solar to develop, acquire and operate a portfolio of commercial and industrial solar energy generation facilities across the US
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