Noah Shaw

Hodgson Russ
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Noah concentrates his practice on renewable energy, sustainable development, clean technology, land use and economic development and related matters. He provides a broad range of guidance and assistance with respect to the strategic, regulatory, financial and policy matters that arise in clean technology and renewable energy markets.

Prior to joining Hodgson Russ in September 2019, Noah held the position of General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Directors at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). As General Counsel, he provided advice and counsel with respect to legal, policy, regulatory and other matters relating to the state's renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives. Noah was a senior member of New York state's energy team and was directly involved in these matters:

  • drafting and negotiation of the 2019 Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act;
  • New York state's Clean Energy Standard, including design of the program and leading the negotiation of the state's multibillion dollar Zero Emission Credit contracts;
  • the design and negotiation of solicitations and contracts supporting the state's large-scale renewable energy credit program;
  • the design and execution of the state’s Offshore Wind program, including leading all legal and regulatory work concerning contract design and compliance;
  • New York state's Green Bank, including governance, compliance and related transactional matters;
  • the NY-Sun solar program; and
  • designing both the programmatic and regulatory frameworks for the state's electric vehicles, community solar, energy storage, Property Assessed Clean Energy, building efficiency and related initiatives
19 Nov
 - 11:10 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Main Stream
Panel Discussion
  • State of the market in New York as it builds towards 100% renewables
  • Where to win business
  • Connecting to the grid in New York
  • How willing are investors to get involved in projects in New York?
  • Assessing the potential of New York as a growing location for standalone and integrated storage