Ingrid Bjorklund concentrates her practice on energy and business law. Her client list includes renewable energy developers, utilities, trade associations, and closely held businesses.
Led an initiative to build private high-voltage transmission lines across the Midwest for a renewable energy developer, including developing regulatory strategies and outreach to state public utilities commissions and FERC.
Advised a utility in its development of a community solar program.
Counseled renewable energy clients obtaining permits from state and local governments.
Counseled clients on PURPA qualifications and various renewable energy incentives.
Negotiated and prepared a major water supply agreement for an ethanol company.
Negotiated and prepared agreements regarding power purchases and easements for a renewable energy developer.
Oversaw interconnection requests and agreements with regional transmission organizations, including assisting in a successful outcome from FERC in a cost allocation dispute for a renewable energy developer.
Represented a fitness studio before the Minnesota Second District Court in a contract dispute; secured a temporary injunction and ultimately negotiated a favorable settlement for the client.