Select an energized attorney.
Nothing runs without energy. This applies to commerce and the provision of services as well as to industry and administration. Reason enough for legislators to comprehensively regulate the energy sector. And reason enough for us to offer you our expertise in energy related commercial law. Our energy practice group will cater to your needs no matter where you are.
We provide advice on each value-added step along the way.
Energy law cannot be confined to the classic topics such as energy supply agreements, network access or price formation. The business of energy in fact begins with the extraction of energy sources and includes issues ranging from the construction and operation of power plants and the use of related infrastructure to the supply of consumers. We advise and represent our clients across this broad spectrum of topics, which also includes complex permit procedures regarding the extraction of raw materials and power plants, questions about emissions trading, network access and network use, government procurement of construction contracts, the drafting and execution of construction contracts, the arrangement of energy delivery and supply contracts, etc., etc., etc. There is no need to say that we consistently take all current political developments into consideration.
What we do.
- energy supply contracts
- network access
- network expansion
- network connection
- pricing and fees
- energy taxes and other excise duties
- law of renewable energy
- combined heat and power
- emissions trading
- permit procedure for power plants
- extraction of raw materials
- spatial and building planning law
- environmental law
- antitrust law and competition law
- transactions and financing in the energy sector
- law on contracts for work and services in plant construction
- public procurement
- eco-design directive
Who we work for.
- energy suppliers and producers
- energy traders
- power plant operators
- solar and wind park operators
- industrial park operators
- geothermal power companies
- public utility companies
- municipal companies and other public bodies
- disposal and recycling companies
- paper producers
- chemical and pharmaceutical companies
- raw materials extraction companies
- processors of flammable substances (coal, substitute fuel, wood, biomass, biodiesel)
- gas producers
- project developers
- building companies and suppliers for power plants
- investment companies and funds
- industrial associations