Tyler Conte

Tyler Conte


Tyler advises sponsors, lenders and investors on the development, construction, financing, acquisition and disposition of renewable energy projects and satellites.
Tyler’s renewable energy experience has been focused on solar, wind and storage projects, and his satellite experience covers both geostationary satellites and low earth orbit constellations. In addition to negotiating the primary transaction documents for such matters, he regularly leads due diligence processes, advises on a variety of project contracts and manages execution of these types of transactions.


Representative matters

InfraRed Capital Partners on the acquisition of a 50% interest in a 180 MW solar project in Ohio and a 60% interest in a 182 MW wind project in Texas from Savion Energy and Shell WindEnergy.

U.S. Export-Import Bank on the debt financing of the launch and insurance agreements for Hispasat’s Amazonas Nexas, a geostationary communications satellite.

Tokyo Gas America Ltd. on the tax equity financing for the 500 MW Aktina solar facility in Texas with a group of financial institutions.

A multi-energy company on the construction debt and tax equity financings for the Myrtle solar project (380 MW) and Danish Fields solar and storage project (600 MW solar and 150 MW storage) with a group of financial institutions.

Pro bono

Advising clients on asylum cases.

Advising a non-profit focused on expanding access to space travel for more diverse individuals.

Published Work

  • Conte, Tyler (2019) “Property Rules for Martian Resources: How the SPACE Act of 2015 Increases the Likelihood of a Single Entity Controlling Access to Mars”, Journal of Air Law & Commerce



Admitted: State Bar of Texas, 2018

*Not admitted in Washington DC/Supervised by the principals of the firm


J.D., Duke University School of Law, 2018

B.A., Economics and Astronomy, University of Florida, 2015

A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.