Renewables and Cleantech

We are Stibbe Renewables and Cleantech specialists

Cooperation is key to our approach regarding renewables and clean tech, integrating our expertise from related practice areas.

Renewables and Cleantech

Renewable energy projects regularly involve both environmental and energy law aspects. It’s why we ensure a very close integration between our environment and planning practice, and our energy team.

This seamless collaboration offers our energy-related clients tailor-made, full legal assistance on matters consisting of permits, contracts, financing, subsides and project supervision.

We also provide pragmatic solutions for a large number of generation projects on behalf of sponsors, project companies and contractors. These include cogeneration projects, biomass plants, onshore, offshore and near-shore wind parks and solar energy.

Furthermore, we act on matters regarding air quality, environmental quality standards, national emissions ceilings, carbon capture and storage, the use of best available techniques and greenhouse gas emission trading.

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