CleanTech and renewables
We’re committed to working with clients in tackling climate change. We’ve closed some of the most important CleanTech and renewable energy projects in the market during recent years. Our highly experienced CleanTech team provides a full and seamless range of practical and innovative solutions to our clients on CleanTech and renewable energy projects, both domestically and internationally.
At Browne Jacobson we are known for being experienced, trusted advisors across a wide range of clean technologies including hydrogen, wind, solar, battery, EV charging infrastructure, waste, biomass, nuclear and tidal.
We cover the full asset life cycle, from the primary creation origins of the underpinning technological concept, through the regulatory, procurement, planning and authorisation phase to the raising of equity and debt capital, development and operation, the everyday operational aspects (including negotiating the ongoing commercial contracts, advising on agreements with governments, licence/distribution agreements and securing/protecting the related IP) and the sale/acquisition of assets/businesses, including the provision of sector-focussed advice on asset level legal due diligence.
Our CleanTech and renewables practice also includes drafting and negotiating commercial energy contracts. We act for sponsors, equity investors, debt financiers, E&I major corporates, public sector clients, tech SMEs, University spinouts, contractors, construction companies, developers, landowners and energy purchasers, and are familiar with the concerns and objectives of all the participants in these transactions. With our in-depth understanding of renewable energy and the wider energy sector, we are able to use existing know-how and add value at the point of instruction with little or no learning curve.
Most importantly, we’re committed to driving forward the important issue of environmental sustainability and climate change. We recognise that tackling climate change and achieving net zero is of fundamental importance, with this commitment underpinning every client relationship. We work closely with you, engaging in debate and policy making, and using our strong contact base to facilitate connections and collaboration.
A battery manufacturer
Advising Aceleron on growth strategy, fundraising and commercialisation of patented compression technology to develop and deliver fully maintainable, upgradable batteries.
A hydrogen technology company
Advising award-winning H2GO Power on investment rounds and R&D collaborations to develop its proprietary hydrogen storage technology and AI platform.
A clean transport company
Advising Clean Air Power, a global innovator in the transports sector with a long history as a provider of low carbon technologies, on R&D collaborations.
A government body
Advising on the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) £31m funded tidal energy project.
“I also want to thank the excellent work of the Browne Jacobson team on this project, whose in-depth knowledge of our business and experience in this sector has been invaluable. As usual they went the extra mile to help us achieve this successful outcome.”
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