Arnall Golden Gregory Assists With Two Cutting-Edge Solar Energy Projects

  Arnall Golden Gregory Assists With Two Cutting-Edge Solar Energy Projects

One Will Power a High School, the Other Will Sell Electricity to a Cooperative

PR Newswire

ATLANTA, March 21, 2013

ATLANTA, March 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Arnall Golden Gregory's Renewable and
Alternative Energy Practice recently assisted with two significant solar
energy projects in Georgia: a 1.1 megawatt system for the Dublin City School
District that will be the largest photovoltaic system in Middle Georgia, and
the sale of a 7.7 megawatt solar energy development project in Washington
County by client Jacoby Development.

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Groundbreaking for Dublin's system took place on March 11; Jacoby
Development's sale of its project to Dominion Resources was announced on March

Dominion will build the Azalea Solar Power Facility and sell the power to Cobb
Electric Membership Corp., one of the largest electric cooperatives in the
state. Power production is expected to begin late this year.

Dublin's system will be spread out over the Dublin High School campus and
include rooftop arrays, ground mounts and dual axis trackers.

"The Dublin project utilized a unique legal structure and was the first in
Georgia to be financed with taxable bonds," John L. Gornall Jr., Co-Chair of
Arnall Golden Gregory's ("AGG") Renewable and Alternative Energy Practice,

Dr. Chuck Ledbetter, Superintendent of Dublin City Schools, said the solar
power system will help contain costs. "As educators struggle with decreasing
revenues, the ability to not only reduce operating costs with solar power but
also to essentially stabilize our energy costs for the next 25 years is a huge
benefit to our school system," he said. "This will allow us to focus more of
our resources on our primary mission – student learning."

Arnall Golden Gregory's Neil P. Mulcahy also worked on the Dublin project, and
Scott A. Fisher, Mark A. Gould Jr., and Andrew J. Schutt worked on the Jacoby
Development transaction.

AGG's Renewable and Alternative Energy Practice represents owners, developers
and financiers of all types of alternative energy projects, such as solar,
wind and biomass. The team also works with investors as well as with
manufacturers of project components.

The Renewable and Alternative Energy attorneys keep abreast of federal and
state tax credits and grants so clients can take full advantage of financing
options for projects that ultimately improve our lives.

About Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

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clients domestically and abroad. By thoroughly understanding each client's
business, AGG attorneys in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Miami deliver
optimum results in a cost effective manner. AGG's areas of focus include
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