Our renewable energy sector expertise spans across the areas of solar power, wind power, wave and tidal, biomass, energy from waste, waste disposal and recycling, combined heat and power plants and hydro power and comprises of more than 50 specialists from across the firm.
"The DWF team continues to impress with the strength of its renewables offering. The solicitors are excellent specialists who are very methodical and commercially aware, and who have handled a number of complex matters for the likes of ScottishPower, British Gas and Siemens’"– Chambers & Partners
Our team of experts has worked on energy projects and their financing for many years across the world, giving us real experience in all aspects of the evolving renewables sector. We act for four out of the top ten water and waste-water utility companies in England and Wales, as well as clients across the rest of the sector, ranging from start-ups to multi-nationals, developers, funders, investors, electricity and gas suppliers and customers, all the way down the supply chain.
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Legal business DWF Germany has advised Strasser Capital - parent company and private equity partner of German-based manufacturer in residential solar power systems MEP Werke - on its first green loan of 30 million euros to Dutch asset manager, Delta Lloyd Asset Management.
Date: 17 March 2017
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Our international energy team comprises of more than 100 specialists across four continents. It draws together our in-depth knowledge and experience of the sector to deliver excellent legal advice in a commercial context.