Camilo Godoy is an associate in the Real Estate, Energy, Land Use & Environmental Practice Group in the firm's Houston office.
Areas of Practice
Camilo regularly represents financial institutions, commodity trading companies, energy marketers, project developers, and other energy companies and investors in complex commodity and financing transactions that primarily cover the power and alternative energy sectors.
Camilo counsels clients on bespoke and industry standard transaction documents, including project finance and power purchase agreements and other offtake agreements, and has extensive experience documenting and negotiating complex structured finance transactions, such as lien-based hedge agreements and retail electric provider financing agreements.
Camilo has experience with respect to structured transactions and hedging and other offtake arrangements involving gas-fired power plants, solar- and wind-powered facilities, and battery storage projects located in many of the major power markets in the United States, including ERCOT, PJM, MISO, CAISO, NYISO and ISO-NE.
Camilo’s experience also includes negotiating environmental products trading agreements, including with respect to renewable energy credits (RECs), renewable identification numbers (RINs), carbon capture allowances (CCAs), and voluntary emissions reductions (VERs). While many of his transactions are bespoke arrangements, Camilo is also highly familiar with the master agreements used in the power and environmental products trading industries, including the ISDA and physical annexes thereunder, and EEI.