Lisa Magged

Senior Associate

San Francisco

Lisa has represented some of the biggest players in the energy industry, with a practice focus on project finance and mergers and acquisitions in the conventional power and renewable energy sectors.

She has significant experience in the energy sector, including with respect to wind, solar, storage, and waste to biofuel projects. She regularly represents project developers, sponsors, borrowers, lenders, private equity and other investors in connection with energy project M&A, tax equity, cash equity, debt financing (development, construction and back leverage), joint ventures, private placements, and a broad range of corporate matters.

Lisa also has an active pro bono immigration practice representing undocumented victims of crime in obtaining U visas.
  • Recent representative transactions include advising the following:


    • A leading solar developer in construction financing of a 310 MW solar facility with a 453 MW battery energy storage project in California and a 415 MW solar facility in Texas.
    • A distributed energy developer and owner operator in construction financing of community solar and C&I portfolio asset portfolios.
    • A utility developer in the construction financing of a 431 MW portfolio of three solar projects.
    • One of the world's largest independent power producers in the tax equity financing of a 525 MW solar portfolio (North American Renewables Tax Equity Deal of the Year, IJGlobal Awards 2020).
    • A global wind energy developer in the tax equity and cash equity financing of a 271 MW wind farm.
    • A leading solar developer in the construction and term loan financing of a 125 MW C&I solar portfolio.
    • A leading wind developer in the cash equity financing of a 225 MW wind farm.
    • A private equity investor in the term loan financing of a 50 MW solar portfolio.
    • Private equity investors in Term Loan B financings for natural gas pipelines and storage facilities.
    • A private equity investor in acquisition of an ownership interest in a 100 MW solar portfolio.
    • A leading solar developer in closing construction and term financing for a 75 MW solar facility in North Carolina. 
    • A leading solar developer in the sale of a 200 MW solar project in Texas.
    • A leading solar developer in the sale of a 155 MW solar project in California. 
    • A private equity fund on the development and equity financing of a 670 MW gas-fired power project.
    • A private equity investor in acquisition of an ownership interest in a nationwide C&I solar portfolio.
    • A solar developer in the sale of a C&I solar portfolio in five U.S. states.
    • A private investor in the acquisition of a community solar garden portfolio in Minnesota.

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