Jannis is a corporate (ESG & Climate Change) Associate in the firm's Global Energy Group.
Contact details when in Düsseldorf (+49 211 975 59217).
Jannis is a member of the Global Energy Group, focusing on advising clients on domestic and international power projects, energy and infrastructure projects, M&A as well as ESG and climate change. Jannis previously spent six months on secondment to Paris in the firm's corporate energy team before joining the London team.
Jannis is also a member of our ESG, Sustainability and Responsible Business practice and our Climate Change team.
- “The ethical contribution of the EU’s ESG disclosure regime”, a book chapter in “Energy and Ethics”, E. Elgar (forthcoming in 2022)
- "COP26: The best (second) last chance for climate?", in Environmental Law & Management (forthcoming in 2022)
- "Fit For 55 - The RED II Proposal - Power Up" (2022) OGEL Vol. 20 – Issue 1
- Quoted by ESG Investor in "EU Taxonomy Eligibility an Ongoing Challenge in 2022", January 2022
- "Sustainable Loans – Are we there yet?", Global Bank Review, November 2021
- "Cop 26: The UK Government’s preparation to date", 26 (5) Environmental Liability 1
- S Goldberg; J Bille "The UK’s Green Industrial Revolution" (2021) Vol 23 Issue 2 Utilities Law Review, p 47
- Mandatory climate releated reporting by large UK private companies and LLPs – what you need to know, 2021
- Mandatory climate related reporting by UK listed companies – what you need to know, 2021
- S. Goldberg; J. Bille "Power Storage in Europe - The Regulatory Landscape of Electricity Storage at a European Level and in the UK" OGEL 6 (2020), www.ogel.org/article.asp?key=3938
- S. Goldberg; J. Bille “Potential Hurdles to the Regulation of Electricity Storage Development in the UK” (2020) European Energy Law Report XIII, pp.79-100
Jannis is native German, speaks fluent English and conversational French and Spanish.
Experience & expertise
- providing training to various corporates, including major public and private energy and consumer goods companies, in relation to climate change risk and corporate governance, as well as directors' duties in the climate change context
a multinational mining company on conducting an internal climate risk audit, development of a climate strategy and on assisting in the preparation and review of the company’s first Climate Change report
a UK listed oil company on assisting in the preparation and review of the company’s Sustainability Report and the sustainability section in its Annual Report
a UK listed water company on TCFD-aligned reporting of climate related information in their annual report
a listed company in relation to the climate change investigation by the Philippines Human Rights Commission
listed companies on climate change related EU and UK regulatory and policy as well as litigation updates
a listed company on preparaing an EU law summary on emission trading for expert evidence in California Climate Change Litigation
a listed company on climate change risk advice
a listed company on the EU's fit for 55 pachage, in particular EU CBAM
EcoPeace, a charity established in the USA, Israel, Jordan and Palestine, on the feasibility of the charity's major project, the Water Nexus, which facilitates water-for-power swaps in the region to address issues of energy and water sustainability
Aquind on the development and operation of a 200MW interconnector between the United Kingdom and a European country
RB Capital in relation to the bidding for a Polish wind farm
Transmission Capital Partners in relation to its bids for the Rampion, Beatrice and Hornsea One OFTOs
JP Morgan's Infrastructure Investment Fund in relation to the acquisition of a portfolio of German onshore wind assets
a confidential client on a competitive bid for Ferngas in Germany
Multi Asset Global Investments Co., Ltd. and Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. on lending into an offshore wind project
CGNEE on the PQQ, and Stage 1 and 2 of the Crown Estate's Offshore Wind Leasing Round 4 bidding process.
Equinor and ICOS on a minority equity investment in Carbon Clean Solutions Limited
Statkraft on day-1 impacts of a no-deal Brexit
IFC (financing from the World Bank) in order to “support the definition of a storage IPPs (Independent Power Producers) roadmap for Burkina Faso to facilitate grid operation and integration of larger shares of intermittent renewable energies in the power system” – specifically involved in drafting report (UK storage treatment and EFR summary)