Darcy Faint Bisset

Darcy Faint Bisset


Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 410 659 2763

Fax +1 410 659 2701

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Darcy Bisset makes energy and infrastructure projects work. An experienced negotiator and draftsman, Darcy listens to her clients' goals and produces effective, efficient documentation so that transactions can close and projects can operate. Her practice focuses on projects at all stages of the life cycle: from development-stage energy facilities using first-of-their-kind technology to the expansion and extension of late-stage power plants.

Darcy helps clients build, operate, buy, sell, and finance energy and infrastructure projects. She has experience with a broad variety of energy technologies including solar, fuel cells, biomass, wind, biofuels, hydro, waste-to-energy, gas, and coal. Darcy advises developers, energy companies, utilities, equity funds, power purchasers, governmental entities, and other clients in the structuring of project contracts and related joint venture arrangements, the negotiation of project acquisitions, and the financing of projects and portfolios.

Darcy is experienced in managing complex specialist teams for cross-border portfolio acquisitions, but also maintains an active practice in the negotiation of discrete project and operations contracts for small-scale and distributed generation facilities.

Awards and recognitions


Finance: Project finance
Legal 500 US


Energy: Renewable/alternative power
Legal 500 US

Education and admissions


J.D., New York University School of Law, 2006

B.A., The University of Chicago, 2003

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

A waste-to-fuel innovator on the development and financing of its first commercial-scale municipal solid waste-to-synthetic crude facility for the production of renewable jet fuel.

A major energy company on the structuring of synthetic power purchase agreements to meet the sustainability goals of commercial and industrial offtakers.

A leading developer of utility-scale energy storage projects in the United States on the closing of a US$250m joint venture transaction with a strategic investor.

SunEdison on the acquisition of an international portfolio of development stage and operating solar projects.

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