Tanya M. Larrabee
Tanya M. Larrabee represents renewable energy clients in the acquisition, development and financing of solar, wind and energy storage projects, including advising on state incentive programs.
Prior to joining Sherin and Lodgen, Tanya served as Legal Counsel at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) where she represented and executed DOER’s legal and policy strategy in state and federal administrative proceedings including §83C offshore wind and §83D clean energy procurements, rate case proceedings, storage proceedings, and Grid Modernization. She also collaborated on developing and implementing DOER’s legislative priorities and regulations including the Massachusetts SMART program and the draft regulations for CleanPeak Standard.
While in law school, Tanya served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Mary Ames and the Honorable Heidi Brieger of the Massachusetts Superior Court. Tanya was an associate on the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, where she published an article titled, “Vote No on Criminal Justice Ballot Measures.”
Speaking Engagements & Publications
- “Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) emergency regulations update,” co-author, Solar Power World, May 27, 2020
- “How Northeast state solar programs are reacting to COVID-19,” co-author, Solar Power World, April 24, 2020
- “Solar Contracts and COVID-19: Force Majeure Becomes Relevant,” author, Solar Industry Magazine, March 26, 2020
- “Force majeure: What does the coronavirus mean for your solar contract?” author, Solar Power World, March 23, 2020
- “FERC takes steps to modernize PURPA, but will it do more harm than good?” author, Utility Dive, February 27, 2020
Related Blog Posts
- Extension to Tax Credits Provides Relief to the Renewable Energy Industry, June 2, 2020
- Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Emergency Regulations Update, May 20, 2020
- Client Alert: Wash Your Hands, Then Check Your Force Majeure Provisions, March 9, 2020
- Getting Up to Speed: FERC’s Attempt to Update PURPA, November 6, 2019