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International law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, has been named Legal Advisor of the Year at the Fifth Euromoney and Ernst & Young Global Renewable Energy Awards. The awards were established to recognize the projects, companies and individuals who have made significant contributions to the global renewable energy sector and have demonstrated best practices in renewable energy finance and development. Milbank was honored for excellence in legal and advisory services to the renewables industry. The awards take place every year in conjunction with the Renewable Energy Finance Forum in London.

"We have a long history in the renewable energy business and are expanding our role as investment in the sector has grown," says Ed Feo, co-chair of Milbank's project finance group. "Energy security and global warming are making renewable energy the future of the world of energy."

SOURCE: Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP


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