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Advising across the spectrum of complex power matters, our specialist team routinely delivers tailor-made solutions that are ready to be immediately implemented.

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Across both the Netherlands and Belgium, our specialists are involved in some of the largest power projects advising project companies, sponsors, offtakers, contractors and lenders.

Such experience ensures our knowledge and expertise are at the forefront of the industry, enabling us to advise on and address the most complex issues and points of interest in our clients’ projects. These include M&A transactions, project development (including construction and operation aspects), drafting and negotiating power sales agreements, regulatory issues, permits and relations with grid companies, regulators and other stakeholders.

Of particular note is our in-depth involvement in power projects for onshore and offshore wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, coal, gas and nuclear.

We also regularly advise industrial offtakers on their sourcing strategy, including the development of their own power production projects, as well as advising on regulatory issues such as closed distribution systems and direct lines.

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