Our energy management practice focuses on advising clients active in the transportation and storage of energy and the provision of services for managing power and gas flows across networks.

We advise network entities, funders, power management services providers and power management developers, as well as utility companies, on network development and management, technologies relating to small generation plants (such as diesel or open cycle gas), batteries, thermal and gas storage, as well as data collection and management and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) or remote control systems.

We are acknowledged as the leading law firm advising on smart cities and the move to a decentralised industry, advising on energy balancing and reserves, other ancillary services energy efficiency and new business models for the delivery of energy services.

Our work often crosses borders and we have in-depth expertise across Europe, where our clients rely on us to help them negotiate the fast-moving worlds of energy legislation and technological development.

Our strength lies in our industry understanding and our thought leadership for the industry as the sector develops. We have an in-depth knowledge of network businesses and are trusted by clients to deal with network upgrades of national importance.

Experience


RWE npower

Advised on its acquisition of specialist energy management company RUMM.

Cape plc

Advised this international provider of critical support services to the energy and mineral resources sector on its £37m acquisition of Motherwell Bridge Limited.

Western Power Distribution

Advised on the 132kv electric line of 28.6km connecting the consented 57.4MW Brechfa Forest West Wind Farm to an existing overhead line near Llandyfaelog.

Oxford Capital Partners

Advised Oxford Capital Partners on the acquisition of grid support, solar and anaerobic digestion projects.

TES shareholders

Advised the TES shareholders on the agreement for the integration into Tamini Transformers, in turn part of the Terna Group, the first grid operator for electricity transmission in Europe.

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