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We act for a number of clients in the energy sector including central government, developers, landowners and energy purchasers. Our experienced energy team has a range of specialist industry knowledge gained from working on major energy procurements, joint ventures, contractual negotiations, property management, outsourcing, competition issues, employment and industry regulation.
Our expert team has significant experience in dealing with power generation, renewables - wind, solar and tidal, oil and gas, energy disputes and utilities.
Our clients – a broad range of organisations from central government organisations to multinational heating companies and developers.
Our lawyers – a team of dedicated professionals with extensive in-house experience in the sector.
Specialist advice – such as major energy procurements, joint ventures, contractual negotiations, property management, outsourcing, competition issues, employment and industry regulation.
Our sector knowledge - with significant experience in power generation, renewables - wind, solar and tidal, oil and gas, energy disputes and utilities.
The High Court has recently issued its decision on damages in the case of Energy Solutions EU Limited v Nuclear Decommissioning Authority  EWHC 3326 (TCC).
These regulations will apply from 2018. David Harris explains what the current proposals are for non-domestic properties and what the consequences will be for landlords.
Advising a community interest company on agreements with a local authority for installation of solar power panels on public buildings and related “feed-in-tariff” issues.
Advising an energy company on a ground-breaking agreement with a local authority to provide 8,000 solar panels on 50 council buildings across the city. We advised on the agreement, regarded as one of the largest schemes of its kind in the UK.
Advising a joint venture company on its solar off-take arrangements.
Acting for a large multi-national heavy engineering company on an €80m ad -hoc international arbitration relating to a claim by the owner of a power station in Spain for liquidated damages.
Advising an oil exploration company in relation to acquisition of exploration and drilling rights in the UK.
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