The energy sector is in a state of transition as we transform to an increasingly low carbon, smart and decentralised energy system. The way in which consumers manage their demand and consumption of energy has now become a strategic priority as they seek to take advantage of a range economic, reputational and sustainability benefits.
We help clients to implement energy management strategies to enable them to realise their strategic priorities including enhancing their reputation for sustainability, reducing energy consumption, developing smart energy infrastructure, guarding against volatility in wholesale energy prices, achieving security of supply, improving resilience and generating an income from innovative solutions.
We offer a full service offering across all legal practice areas to advise high energy users, investors, banks, developers, contractors and technology providers in connection with:
For more information, contact Levent Gürdenli, Rhianna Wilsher and James Durnall.
The 'Clean Energy For All Europeans' Package plays a key role in the European Union's transition towards a climate neutral economy and in completing the Energy Union. The completion of the Package on 22 May 2019 marked ...
In this article we will describe what measures the Clean Energy Package holds for the energy digitalisation.
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