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Eric H. Drummond has joined Husch Blackwell as a partner in its Denver office, where he will lead the firm's energy practice.

Drummond brings more than 20 years of domestic and international energy development, technology, transactional and regulatory experience. He will focus on legal and policy work for smart grid companies and clean technology enterprises, such as manufacturers of electric vehicles, along with solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy.

He has represented the U.S. Department of Energy on major projects, including the development of the largest utility-scale, high-concentrating solar photovoltaic generation plant in the world, notes Husch Blackwell.


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