Developing sustainable infrastructure
How do economies grow and businesses succeed in a world facing a climate and ecological emergency?
Clean growth and the need to deliver net zero emissions require all sectors to look at infrastructure development, building projects and land use in a different way. A project's climate and ecological impact, as well as its benefit is now a key priority for those funding and driving this infrastructure transition.
We're working alongside clients on projects to procure, fund and develop the sustainable infrastructure, buildings and land use of the future.
While some of these projects and models are now mainstream, others are novel and disruptive, such as natural capital investment projects, hydrogen production / re-fuelling facilities and carbon removal technology. As our clients journey towards net zero they require new regulation and new ways of financing and structuring.
Our team of legal experts has the experience, expertise and imagination to think differently and deliver, even when there is no precedent or playbook.
Our series exploring how buildings can contribute to the 'smartness' of the city environment concludes with a look at the crucial role of planning policy
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Advised Foresight on the acquisition of a portfolio of grid support projects.
EV battery storage solution
An energy tech company on an innovative battery storage solution for EVs, bridging EV charging requirements with the utilisation of battery capacity to provide balancing services.
ING Bank on the introduction of battery storage to existing project financed solar firms in the UK.
Western Power Distribution
Western Power Distribution on a number of SmartGrid research projects, including energy storage, smart metering, electric vehicles and demand-side response.