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Mr. Mudge is an expert in corporate and project finance matters in the energy industry. He has advised energy clients on issues relating to corporate restructuring, contract terminations or amendments, special capital needs, and acquisitions and divestitures. He also has experience in analyzing contractual, regulatory, financing, and tax matters, and projecting effects on cash flows, earnings, and customer rates.

Mr. Mudge served as Brattle’s COO and Treasurer from 2014 to March 2017. Prior to joining the firm, he was a principal at CRA International, where he focused on financial restructuring initiatives for electric utility clients and consulted on matters involving rate design, asset valuation, and project finance structuring and credit requirements. He has provided expert testimony in proceedings before federal and state courts, utility regulators in the U.S. and Canada, and state environmental regulators, as well as in connection with mediation and arbitration proceedings.

As a former investment and commercial banker at Rothschild, ABN AMRO, and Sanwa Bank, he played a central role in developing financeable contract structures for large public and private infrastructure projects, utility mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy restructuring, and numerous power project financings. He has also served on the advisory board of a start-up venture focused on the acquisition, development, and operation of renewable fuel generation projects and has served as a guest expert for courses on project finance at Georgetown Law School.

Representative Engagements
September 8, 2016
Robert S. Mudge, Metin Celebi, Susan Nickey , Allyson Umberger Browne, and Elias B. Hinckley
Presented at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section's Annual Meeting
Comparative Generation Costs of Utility-Scale and Residential-Scale PV in Xcel Energy Colorado’s Service Area
July 2015
Prepared for First Solar
Overview of Rooftop Solar PV 'Green Bank’ Financing Model
January 17, 2013
Robert S. Mudge and Ann Murray
Sponsored by Connecticut Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority and the Coalition for Green Capital
ERCOT Investment Incentives and Resource Adequacy
June 1, 2012
Prepared for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas
MLPs for Renewables: Complement or Substitute for Tax Credits?
December 6, 2011
Presented at the EUCI conference on Renewable Energy M&A Transactions, San Diego, CA