Edward Schultz practices in the areas of renewable energy, commercial finance and commercial real estate. Edward represents lenders providing construction and permanent debt (including development loans and sponsor equity bridge loans) for renewable energy projects. Edward also researches and analyzes federal and state regulatory matters, including state-driven renewable energy programs associated with meeting the state’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard.
While in law school, Edward focused heavily on renewable energy-related matters. In his first semester, Edward founded the VLS Energy Law Society. Edward also organized and managed a team of students, through Vermont Law School’s Institute for Energy and the Environment (an energy policy resource and center for graduate research) to develop and finance a community solar facility for a resident-owned community in New Hampshire. In the last 28 years, Vermont Law School has ranked No. 1 in environmental law 20 times and No. 2 eight times by U.S. News & World Report.
Vermont Law School, 2018 (with Master of Energy Regulation and Law)
University of Florida, 2014
Mecklenburg County Bar