Energy

Caring for Creation

Helping Episcopal Diocese develop renewable energy projects to fund summer camp and supply electricity to religious facilities.
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Commerce

What Cheer Flower Farm

Formed business entity and supported real estate purchase to restore urban brown field as flower farm. . .
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Land Use

Prevented Condemnation

Fought off public taking of undervalued waterfront offices.
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National Grid has Exited Rhode Island with $5.3 Billion

National Grid has exited Rhode Island with $5.3 billion. The agency review process refused to allow advocacy for the public interest in rate reduction, allowing the utilities to continue capitalizing on their economic interests in infrastructure investment and their...

See the Progress our Client, What Cheer Flower Farm is Making

The three women behind What Cheer Flower Farm tore up a parking lot and planted a field of flowers, which they donate to those in need of good cheer. We are very proud to have helped them make that happen as their counsel. Read all about them in this Eco RI news...

Response to Projo’s January 2018 Editorials on Energy

Here’s more commentary questioning when our Providence Journal will see the path to a cheaper and cleaner energy future rather than wallowing away in business as usual: ProJo Spouts More Hot Air, Guest MINDSETTER™ Seth Handy Responding to the January 1, 2018 and...

Seth Handy: ISO’s Visit & All That Gas

Here is an article in Go Local Prov about our reply to a Providence Journal’s applause for ISO NE’s visit and call for more big power infrastructure in a closed meeting: Guest MINDSETTER™ Handy: ISO’s Visit & All That Gas The original Providence Journal piece is...

What Cheer Flower Farm

What Cheer Flower Farm was started by three women who tore up a parking lot and planted a field of flowers, which they donate to those in need of good cheer. We are very proud to have helped them make that happen as their counsel. Read all about them in this Eco RI...

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Seth Handy
J.D., M.S. Environmental Law

Seth Handy has more than 20 years of experience in energy, environmental, real estate, and litigation matters. He assists municipal collaboratives on energy planning and implementation, has helped close real estate and financing transactions for a range of sectors, and handles litigation matters including environmental and construction cases.

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  • Energy
  • Land Use
  • Real estate
  • Environment
  • Finance
  • Municipal
  • Commercial
  • Litigation