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Alexandra Felekis

Counsel

Johannesburg

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Alexandra Felekis

Counsel

Johannesburg

Alexandra focuses on project finance and infrastructure finance, particularly as it relates to concessions, procurement programmes, public-private partnerships and financings in the mining and energy sectors.

She was part of the team advising the South African Government on its Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers (REIPP) Procurement Programme and has over the last few years honed in her skill set in the ever-growing private sector captive/off-grid power market (both in SA and on the continent). She has acted for both offtakers and independent power producers in this space. Alexandra has also advised Transnet, South Africa’s rail, port and pipeline company, in respect of various concessions. Her expertise has been recognised by Legal 500.

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Expertise

Practices

Projects

Sectors

Energy

Infrastructure and Transport

Office

Johannesburg

6th Floor, 90 Grayston, 90 Grayston Drive, Sandton
Johannesburg
2196

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa, 2007

Academic

LLB (cum laude), University of Johannesburg, 2005

Recognition

Published work

  • A. Felekis, M. Kota, N. Nojoko, T. Terblanche & N. Qwabe. (2020) “Government Procurement Chapter” South Africa: The Project Finance Law Review Second Edition