Energy, Infrastructure & Utilities
Energy, Infrastructure & Utilities is one of our primary practice areas. With our local transactional skills and know-how, relationships and network of international offices, we can provide supreme integrated, cross-border legal services and efficiently deliver commercially effective solutions at every stage of complex energy, infrastructure and utilities projects.
With extensive sector-specific experience and expertise we understand the needs of all key stakeholders and the legal challenges they face in large-scale projects and can advise our clients on the full spectrum of the energy, infrastructure and utilities industries on projects involving electricity, nuclear power, co-generation and alternative/renewable energy sources, oil & gas, mining, road and transport as well as public-private-partnership (PPP) and public infrastructure.
We review and monitor the developments of both local and EU legislative changes relating to these sectors daily and with the support of our robust regulatory team with experience in dealing with regulators and antitrust authorities we are placed in a unique position to provide our clients with the highest level of service and to help them meet the complex demands of regulatory frameworks, such as energy efficiency projects and energy trading.
Our clients include multinational and national operators, utilities, energy service contractors, renewable energy companies and financial institutions.
Services we can offer:
- Licensing and technology transfer
- Energy trading
- Renewable projects and energy production
- Environmental permitting and compliance
- Project development assistance
- M&A & financing transactions
- Commercial and construction documents
- Corporate structuring and tax advice
- Bidding & RFPs
Renewable Energy in CEE. Practical guide.
The Clean Energy Package is a new set of rules aimed at updating the European energy policy framework in order to facilitate the transition from fossil fuels toward cleaner energy and deliver on the EU’s Paris Agreement commitments for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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National Recovery and Resilience Plans
Check out the energy priorities of four CEE EU Member States’ national recovery and resilience plans – this article prepared by our Regional Energy Team focuses primarily on the energy chapter of the plans and highlights – in particular the areas which can be of interest to investors within the sector.
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If you are interested in our Energy group, please get in touch with team leaders.