Dr Alexander Dlouhy focuses on transactions, contract drafting and the regulatory framework of energy projects and business models as well as issues related to climate change mitigation and climate change.

Alexander heads the Decarbonisation practice at Osborne Clarke in Germany.

He advises companies and investors on energy and infrastructure projects and transactions (e.g. renewable energies, conventional power plants, networks (power, gas, district heating and cooling), energy storage and infrastructure for mobility (e.g. emobility, LNG, hydrogen) and according business models (e.g. emobility, local heating and cooling, energy efficiency and energy concepts in buildings, neighbourhoods and industrial areas, contracting/energy services, hydrogen, software-based services, start-up investments). In this context, Alexander advises on contract drafting (e.g. on energy supply contracts), regulatory aspects and ESG.

He also advises clients on joint ventures, cooperations and M&A transactions with a focus on the energy sector.

With Osborne Clarke, we were fortunate to find not only lawyers with specialist knowledge of corporate, energy and real estate law, but also a team that could genuinely tackle all aspects of sector coupling in an integrated way. The legal advice on this project was characterised by a foreseeing and holistic way of thinking.

Sybille Wegerich, commercial director of bauverein AG

Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world

Working for clients on energy related matters means being part of a rapidly changing and evolving business environment. In this regard, I have a special interest in decarbonisation and assisting businesses achieve their climate protection goals.

Work

eCAPITAL

Osborne Clarke advises eCAPITAL on financing round of Numbat, read more

Haniel, eCapital and btov

Osborne Clarke advises Haniel, eCapital and btov on due diligence for Series A financing round of 1KOMMA5°, read more

Brandenburg Kapital

Advising on its investment in ME Energy - Liquid Electricity, a company that develops and sells fast charging points that generate their own electricity independently from the power grid. 

CrowdfundRES Report

Co-edits CrowdfundRES Report, read more