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“All of us at Swift Current Energy would not be where we are without Anna Kimbrell’s keen advice and steady counsel. And we’re excited for what’s still yet to come!”

Will Havemeyer, Co-Founder | Partner | Chief Legal Officer, Swift Current Energy


From start to finish, Anna guides clients through every phase of renewable energy projects.

As leader of the firm’s Energy & Natural Resources team, Anna primarily represents developers and owners in the acquisition, development, funding and financing of wind and solar projects across the country. Anna takes a holistic approach to wind and solar energy project development, representing clients from inception through operations or disposition.

She focuses half of her practice on project development, working with clients from early-stage greenfield efforts through permitting, site design, landowner engagement and local approvals to ready projects for construction and financing. The other half of her practice is devoted to transactional deal work, representing buyers, sellers and sponsors in the acquisition, sale, financing and investment of renewable energy projects.

Her comprehensive practice provides a unique perspective that allows her to anticipate future requirements and implement efficiencies to streamline the development process and ready the project for financing or sale. Likewise, her in-depth understanding of project development gives her an edge in negotiating purchase, sale and financing transactions and ensuring a practical and rational approach is taken.

“All of us at Swift Current Energy would not be where we are without Anna Kimbrell’s keen advice and steady counsel. And we’re excited for what’s still yet to come!”

Will Havemeyer, Co-Founder | Partner | Chief Legal Officer, Swift Current Energy




  • The Best Lawyers in America®, Real Estate Law, 2024
  • Thomson Reuters Stand-out Lawyer, 2023 and 2024
  • The Legal 500 United States
    • Energy: Renewable/alternative power, Leading partner, 2024
    • Energy: Renewable/alternative power, Recommended attorney, 2023
  • Missouri Lawyers Media, POWER List for Environmental and Energy Law, 2022 and 2023
  • Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers, Energy & Resources, Rising Star, 2021-2023


  • J.D., University of Kansas School of Law
      • The University of Kansas Law Review
  • M.B.A., University of Kansas School of Business
  • B.A., American University


  • Missouri
  • Represented Swift Current Energy as project development counsel through development and sale of a 185 megawatt wind farm in Illinois.
  • Represented Liberty Utilities in purchase and tax equity financing of a 50 megawatt solar facility in Nevada.
  • Represented Tenaska as project development counsel from early-stage site control efforts through financing of a 242 megawatt wind farm in Missouri.
  • Represented Algonquin Power Co. in acquisition, development and tax equity financing of a 75 megawatt Great Bay Solar Project in Maryland.
  • Represented CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust in purchase of a subsea, midstream pipeline system and related onshore facilities in Louisiana for $245 million, including related leaseback transaction.
  • Advised developers and owners in early and mid-stage solar and wind project development in 49 states.
  • Represented many key renewable energy project lenders and tax equity investors as local counsel for real estate, permitting, and other state and local matters for projects throughout the country.
  • Represented South Central MCN, LLC (a subsidiary of GridLiance) with respect to its acquisition of Tri-County Electric Cooperative’s electric transmission facilities.
  • Led developer's counsel team for Swift Current in the closing of debt financing and a tax equity commitment for a 266 MW solar project located in Southeast Texas. The Husch Blackwell team assisted in the areas of real estate, environmental and permitting, and electric regulatory throughout the purchase, development, debt financing, and funding stages. The transaction was structured to reflect the new U.S. Inflation Reduction Act policy guidance.
  • Served as project development and local counsel to Arevon through the development and debt financing of 228 MW Posey Solar Project.
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Outside the Office

Anna enjoys unwinding with her son and traveling with her family. She devotes her free time to activities that allow her to slow down and relax. She practices yoga and is an avid gardener.

Community Leadership

Anna volunteers with her alma mater, the University of Kansas School of Law, serving as a one-on-one mentor to current students. She also coaches the school's Transactional LawMeet competition teams.