The infrastructure group provides sector-focused energy expertise for a diverse range of energy projects and the commercial agreements and regulatory frameworks that underpin them.
We advise developers, financiers, owners and energy utilities on energy generation, distribution, storage, supply and efficiency. Our advice includes negotiating EPC, O&M and finance contracts; electricity, heat and gas offtake and supply agreements; and connection, private wire and ESCO arrangements. We work closely with clients in assisting them on STOR, EFR, FFR, CfD and Capacity Market auctions and contracts, with their interactions with industry regulators and their applications for subsidies and accreditation. Our clients are increasingly requiring and we have a reputation for providing holistic advice on complex and innovative power management and smart energy infrastructure and solutions.
The group has many years' experience of advising on renewable energy projects, including solar, wind, waste to energy, bioenergy, landfill gas, hydro and marine.
Foresight Group LLP
Advised Foresight Group LLP on the acquisition of a number of ground mounted solar projects and InfraRed Capital Partners Limited on their acquisition, development and sale of two onshore wind farms.
Crystal Rig II
Advised on power off-take arrangements for its 138MW wind farm.
Devonport Royal Dockyard
Advised on the proposed building of an EfW plant at HM Naval Base Devonport and arrangements for the supply of energy.
InfraRed Capital Partners
Advised InfraRed on their investment in the Green Frog Power STOR based generation business.
Advised the UK's first smart metered gas and electricity provider on a range of commercial, IPR and data privacy matters.
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