The UK is transforming the way energy is generated, distributed, stored and used. As a result, renewable energy is a big part of the future of all businesses.
Depleting reserves of traditional energy sources, coupled with growing environmental concerns, have driven the focus on developing alternative forms of technology to secure a reliable supply of energy for the UK.
The North West region plays an important role in many of these renewable energy developments, bringing both opportunities and challenges for local businesses and individuals.
Our team of renewable energy solicitors offer specialist expertise to businesses and individuals across the energy supply chain. We provide commercial advice and support to our clients throughout every aspect of an energy project, making it possible for our clients to exploit the renewable energy opportunities and mitigate the risks of operating within the sector.
Our energy lawyers offer expertise across a range of energy technologies. These include:
Our team also includes specialist renewable energy solicitors from across our service lines, and together we deliver expertise to our clients in the following areas:
Furthermore, our links with other professional firms and consultants across the region, and through our membership of the Alliot Group, mean that our energy lawyers can assist you wherever you operate in the world.
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