Logan J. O’Grady is an attorney in the firm’s government relations and real estate and land use department. Logan focuses his practice on legislative and regulatory advocacy at the Minnesota Capitol, Public Utilities Commission, and local government units. Logan’s particular focus is on clean energy legislation, regulation, and project financing and development.
Logan has over eight years of experience working in international, federal, state, and local public policy.
Prior to joining Larkin Hoffman, Logan served as the Director of Policy and Public Affairs for Clean Energy Economy MN (CEEM) where he developed and implemented a state and federal legislative and regulatory strategy to bolster economic development in Minnesota’s clean energy industry.
Before joining CEEM, Logan served as the Committee Administrator for the Minnesota Senate’s Capital Investment Committee in the office of former state Senator LeRoy Stumpf. As Senator Stumpf’s lead policy adviser, Logan helped pass numerous finance and policy bills into law - including three capital budgets amounting to nearly three billion dollars of public works construction projects statewide.
Logan previously worked at the International Trade Club of Chicago and the Consulate General of Canada in Chicago to create and implement diplomatic and trade strategies throughout the Midwestern region of the United States.
Government Relations & Regulatory Advocacy
Successfully defended Minnesota’s solar incentive programs from multi-million dollar funding cuts, saving numerous businesses, thousands of jobs, and millions in economic development.
Assisted in the development and enactment of Minnesota’s energy storage legislation and pilot program.
Advocated for permitting approval for various wind and solar projects at the Public Utilities Commission and county government.