With the worldwide population expected to hit 9 billion by 2040 and urbanisation rates projected to be 63% in the same time frame, global energy demand will continue to grow with continued demand for electrification driven predominantly by the growing economic prosperity of non-OECD nations.
The combination of increasing global demand with the pace of change in clean energy technologies to mitigate the effects of climate change has led to a dynamic environment, with frequent changes in legal and regulatory regimes arising from domestic, regional and global policy making.
Our clients need us to be true industry experts, with a deep rooted understanding of the sector's complexities and country specific issues, as well as the implications of global trends. We work with governments, regulators and operators at the forefront of industry developments across this evolving landscape to help them achieve their objectives.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
Advising on the acquisition and development of four biomass fuelled power plants in the UK, including through joint venture, with a total investment value of c£600 million
Advised on its A$10.3 billion acquisition of the TransGrid high voltage electricity transmission network from the New South Wales Government. NSW Electricity Networks acquired the TransGrid assets by way of a 99-year lease from the New South Wales Government. The acquisition was financed with an A$5.5 billion limited recourse financing package provided by a syndicate of 12 domestic and international lenders.
Advising on its acquisition of Edra Global power business, inc 13 power projects in Malyasia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the UAE, estimated value US$2.3 billion
Huaneng Power International
Advising on its bid for a 2,000MW coal fired IPP in Indonesia
Southern African Power Pool Coordination Centre
Advising in relation to the BOSA transmission line, the first project of its kind in Southern Africa in a decade
Advising on the development and financing of the Abu Qir CCGT project