Ross advises on a variety of transactional matters with a particular focus on renewable energy, infrastructure and defence work. His clients include a wide range of stakeholders including funders/investors, developers and contractors across a range of projects including complicated, bespoke and/or international structures.

Ross has gained experience in-house on secondment with UPS, based in their European headquarters in Brussels. During this time, Ross was responsible for all legal matters arising within UK, Ireland & the Nordics.

Prior to joining Burges Salmon, Ross was a lawyer at an international law firm specialising in marine, energy and international trade matters, where he had a specific interest in offshore renewable projects.

  • Advised on several solar portfolios in respect of their engineering, procurement, design and construction aspects, as well as the subsequent O&M structure.
  • Advised a major energy provider & operator in relation to marine construction aspects of a 450MW offshore wind farm in the North Sea.
  • Advised a major energy provider in respect of an extensive O&M Framework Agreement to be used across the client’s 22 UK windfarms.
  • Advised an international JV in respect of a suite of contracts for the construction and operation of a state of the art wind turbine manufacturing facility in Scotland, including several multi-million pound sales contracts to global wind turbine engineering and operating companies.