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From sun, wind and wave, from generation to storage, we use our expertise and experience to support successful project delivery
Melanie Grimmitt discusses the current themes in the energy sector and how we are helping clients navigate the challenges and opportunities.
Our team are leading advisers to the sector, providing full-service advice to developers, utilities, IPPs, investors, funders and other stakeholders in relation to onshore and offshore wind, solar, biomass, hydro, wave and tidal projects globally.
Our unique full lifecycle experience on renewables projects includes advising from early in the consenting process, through procurement and construction, to the operational phase including financing, regulatory advice, strategic M&A, secondary markets activity, repowering, dispute resolution and claims negotiations. This "big picture" understanding of the potential commercial issues underpins the advice that we offer.
Our advisers act on domestic and international projects of all shapes and sizes, working with many of the leading names across this diverse sector. Browse our experience below, or use the filters to look-up recent work in particular geographies and legal disciplines.
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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons MPillay has advised Ikigai Ventures Limited, a company acquiring target businesses that have a strong positive social impact and/or environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy, on its admission to the Official List of the London Stock Exchange.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons MPillay has advised Fintech Asia Limited, a company acquiring target businesses in the fintech sector, on its admission to the Official List of the London Stock Exchange.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons was appointed as sponsors legal counsel and advised South African energy company SOLA Group on its solar power initiative with Tronox, which will transform the manufacturing business’ electricity supply and support its 2050 net zero targets.