We believe that our global renewables practice offers the strongest network of skilled legal advisers anywhere in the world.
“Acknowledged for its notable activity in a diverse range of climate change matters. Has a strong focus in energy and transactional work that involves policy knowledge on issues such as carbon credits.” Chambers Global, 2017
Our lawyers provide the full spectrum of legal services in the renewable energy sector, including advice and representation with respect to project development and financing, new supply, negotiation of power purchase agreements, acquisition of project facilities, and all related commercial and regulatory issues.
We are recognized for our involvement in pioneering first-in-jurisdiction and first-in-technology renewable energy projects around the world. Clients also benefit from Future Ready, our global program focused on the rapid and disruptive transformation of the energy sector. Against a backdrop of market and technological disruption, our sector-driven business model enables us to anticipate change across core industries and leverage the experience and knowledge of our experts in one industry in order to benefit our clients in another.
Our areas of work include
- Marine, tidal and hydropower
- Wind: onshore
- Wind: offshore
Awards and accolades
- Chambers Global, Global-wide: Projects & Energy, Chambers & Partners, 2017
- Project Finance International (PFI) Awards, Global Multilateral Deal of the Year: Egypt Solar (Advised a consortium of lenders led by International Finance Corporation on the US$653m financing of 13 solar power projects in Egypt which will form part of the Benban Solar Park. Once complete, it will be the largest solar installation in the world.), Thomson Reuters, 2017
- Project Finance International (PFI) Awards, Middle East and Africa Renewables Deal of the Year: DEWA Solar (Advising the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority on its 800MW solar PV multi-phase project, the third phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. DEWA will develop the project alongside partners Masdar and EDF.), Thomson Reuters, 2017