Sullivan & Worcester
Areas of Expertise: Biofuels, Clean Energy, Climate Change, Energy Economics, Power Sector, Renewables, Solar, Tax Policy
Elias Hinckley is a strategic advisor on energy finance and energy policy to investors, energy companies and governments. He is an energy and tax partner with the law firm Sullivan and Worcester where he helps his clients solve the challenges of a changing energy landscape by using his understanding of energy policy, regulation, and markets to quickly and creatively assemble successful energy deals.
His prior experience also includes leading the clean energy practice at two large law firms and building the national alternative energy tax practice for one of the world’s largest professional services firms. Elias also acts as a strategic advisor on energy policy and markets, and as an adjunct professor of International Energy Policy at the Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
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- "Didn't 60 Minutes jump the shark with that Benghazi report anyway? I have not seen the 60 Minutes piece, and have no intention to (despite my fello" on “60 Minutes” Calls Cleantech a Bust
- "There are two vital elements to the broader coal dialogue that seem to be entirely missed on Capitol Hill in this fight over EPA's new regulations. " on The Economic Impacts of Eliminating Coal from Our Energy Portfolio
- "Lots more to dissect on this topic as the White House has released its methodology and calculation for " on Why The EPA’s “Social Cost of Carbon” Fails
- "Great question Robert - so many layers to this, with almost endless implications. I think the two markets are still pretty distinct - gas remains v" on Should U.S. Energy Policy Aim For “Stability” Or “Leverage” In Global Energy Markets?
- "Price is $75 too low." on Why The EPA’s “Social Cost of Carbon” Fails
- "Plenty of thinking happening on this issue – " on How Do Utilities Survive And Thrive With Distributed Generation?
- "Stephen, Let me preface this by saying we are eager for willing engagement on meaningfully energy policy discussions from as diverse a set of viewp" on Should Nuclear Power Receive Environmental Subsidies?
- "Stephen, " on Should Nuclear Power Receive Environmental Subsidies?
- "I may have this wrong, as have not looked at it recently, but isn't there a production based tax credit for new nuclear facilities through 2021? Kind " on Should Nuclear Power Receive Environmental Subsidies?
- "The expansion of MLPs (and for that matter REITs) to clean energy investors absolutely makes sense. The cost of long-term project capital for renewabl" on Will MLPs Help Drive Renewable Energy Markets Forward?