Amy is an energy transactions specialist in Osborne Clarke’s Projects team, advising on commercial and regulatory risk for energy generation, power management and consumption projects, including decentralised and smart energy.
Amy advises key stakeholders, supply chain operators and end users on energy transaction structuring and management throughout the project lifecycle of energy generation projects, from project development, acquisition, financing and construction through to operation and maintenance and disposal.
She advises energy suppliers and market disruptors on commercial and regulatory energy matters including the development of new business models for the delivery of energy services which are emerging from a flexible generation energy landscape and application of digital technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence to the energy sector.
Her experience in energy management includes capacity market, demand response, load balancing and frequency response services, storage and smart energy. Amy also advises on energy efficiency and energy performance contracting, providing full energy solution advice to residential and major public infrastructure developers and financers.
Amy is a member of the firm’s Electric Vehicle (EV) think tank, analysing the role that electric vehicles are taking in the current digital revolution, including publishing on the subject in industry journals. Amy supports early mover clients entering the EV charging infrastructure and energy solution market, working in specialist teams across Energy and Utility, Transport and Automotive and Tech, Media and Comms sectors.
Not-for-profit energy supply company
Advised on the establishment and development of a not-for-profit energy supply company, including reviewing the legal framework used to deliver reduced energy bills to disadvantaged communities.
Advised on the licensing of a white label energy supply project.
Significant MW in the acquisition and financing of large ground mount and rooftop solar portfolios and wind energy generation projects.
Advised Solarplicity on £160M investment to save up to 800,000 low-income households £192M a year in energy bills, read more.
Advised JLEN, the listed environmental infrastructure fund, on its acquisition of a 70% equity stake in Bio Collectors Holdings Limited (BCH), read more.
Advised JLEN Environmental Assets Group Limited (JLEN) on an investment in the Peacehill Farm anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, for an aggregate amount of c.£11m, read more.
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