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The construction of conventional power plants and development of renewable energies raise legal questions with far-reaching consequences.

We have a multidisciplinary team with professional expertise, specific sector knowledge, commercial and technical understanding.

We offer a comprehensive approach, advising clients on official plan approval procedures, environmental permit procedures as well as energy contract law – including supply, usage and management agreements. We have worked on some of the biggest project financing and company sales and purchases, acquisitions of participations and restructurings in the industry.

 

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A  hydrogen processing plant

Publications: 27 March 2024

Hydrogen update Germany - new regulatory and market developments

Exciting times for hydrogen market participants in Germany – in the last months, a variety of new regulatory instruments and policy initiatives have been announced which will boost the ramp-up of the…

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Equipment, cables and piping as found inside of a modern industrial power plant

News: 20 February 2024

Allen & Overy advises Uniper on sale of Hungarian gas fired power plant Gönyű to Veolia

Allen & Overy is advising the international energy company Uniper SE, Düsseldorf ("Uniper") on its sale of 100% of shares in its subsidiary Uniper Hungary Energetikai Kft. ("Uniper Hungary").

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Tino Schneider

News: 01 February 2024

Allen & Overy strengthens German arbitration practice with new counsel hire

Allen & Overy is growing its German arbitration group with the addition of arbitration expert Dr Tino Schneider, who will join the firm as counsel on 1 February 2024. Tino has extensive experience in…

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Windräder vor Sonnenuntergang

News: 19 January 2024

Allen & Overy advises Aukera on a €450 million notes issuance facility with EIG

Allen & Overy has advised Aukera BV (Aukera), the Belgium-based pan-European renewable energy developer and independent power producer (IPP) majority owned by AtlasInvest, in connection with a €450…

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