Advising GDF Suez on the acquisition of West Coast Energy and its portfolio of onshore wind sites.
Advising DONG Energy on the consenting of the Hornsea Round three offshore wind farms.
Advising ICON Infrastructure on the 19MW Beckton biomass plant.
Advising Mersey Bioenergy on the £110 million, 20 MW Widnes CHP biomass plant.
Advising on the Westmill Solar Co-operative.
Advising on a 300 MW portfolio funding of ground mounted solar with Macquarie.
Advising Marks and Spencer plc on the 6 MW Castle Donnington rooftop solar project.
Advising MeyGen on all aspects of its 400 MW Pentland Firth Tidal Stream Project.
Advising Good Energy on an investment and power arrangement at Swansea Bay Lagoon.
Acting on the disposal of Infinis’ hydro business to Welsh Water.
Advising Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on Dounreay PBO competition, Land sales for new build; Springfields.
Advising the Ministry of Defence on the re-contracting of the Atomic Weapons Establishment – a £2.5 billion value contract. This included advice in the tender stages through to the final award of the contract and the establishment of a new consent under the Radioactive Substances Act 1993. Many of the corporate structures employed there are instructive to other contracts in the nuclear sector.
Advising New Earth Solutions as preferred bidder for the £100 million waste PPP scheme involving MBT and ATT (gasification) technologies.
Advising Costain as EPC contractor for the £3.8 billion Greater Manchester Waste PFI Scheme.
Undertaking contractual negotiations, drafting, off-take contracts (digestate, biogas and power), funding (including FITS), planning and permitting for private and public sector clients targeting food waste focused projects – Gwynedd County Council, NE Wales, Heads of Valleys, Biogen Greenfinch, Adgen, and GENeco.
Advising Marks and Spencer plc on its innovative and highly publicised direct renewable energy PPA/CfD structure which has been rolled out to over 25 projects.
Advising Nuon Renewables on a direct PPA with Tarmac plc. This PPA was heralded in the market as a new innovative way of selling green power. Rather than selling to a licensed supplier it was sold to a corporate, Tarmac, and backed off by a supplier.