Renewable energy makes up only a small fraction of U.S. energy use — six percent, according to the most recent figures from the Energy Information Administration — but the buzz over renewables is huge, and the number of renewable deals being done is increasing rapidly.

Exhibit A: Robert C. Marshall and William P. Ewing of Marshall & Lueder, who devote about half of their respective practices to energy deals. Both told me that 10 years ago, neither was doing any renewable energy deals. “It was all coal and gas-fired plants,” said Marshall over oatmeal cookies and Cokes at their office at Five Concourse Parkway in Atlanta.

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