Roger Freeman is an energy and environmental lawyer active in a variety of renewable energy and transportation projects and groups throughout the Rocky Mountain West and California. Mr. Freeman uses his experience and understanding to help expedite project steps and creatively solve legal constraints to the development of renewable and advanced transportation projects. He recently left his practice at a Denver based firm to establish a solo practice focused solely on advancing renewable energy, sustainability and related efforts in Colorado and beyond. Mr. Freeman applies his diverse background in policy, law, and advocacy, and as a member of various environmental boards, to seek multi-faceted solutions to legal problems on behalf of his clients. Roger is available to members nationwide to help both established and startup companies navigate legal, permitting or policy issues at much reduced costs. Among his articles is the paper entitled Siting Wind Energy Facilities on Private Land in Colorado: Common Legal Issues. Roger can be reached at 720-341-3062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.