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BDK Advokati's expertise¬†includes both project financing and overall ¬†project implementation. The team advised¬†Enlight Renewable Energy (as sponsor) and Electrawinds K-Wind (as borrower) on the ‚ā¨142m project financing for one of Serbia's largest wind farms.¬†Dragoljub Cibulińᬆheads the firm‚Äôs energy and infrastructure practices.

JPM Jankovic Popovic & Mitic's 'professionals are true leaders on the Serbian market'. The team is highly rated for its experience in energy, infrastructure, concessions and PPP work; it acted for the concessionaire in a high-profile motorway concession project, one of the largest infrastructure projects in South East Europe. Jelena Gazivoda is 'completely devoted to clients' needs'.

Karanovic & Partners¬†advises on projects in the electricity, renewables and oil and gas sectors, including the construction of power plants, power purchase agreements, energy trading, mining issues, and public procurement. It advised¬†Elicio, a¬†Belgian renewable energy group, on the financing of a wind park.¬†MiloŇ° Vuńćkovińᬆis department head; Petar Mitrovińᬆwas promoted to partner and co-ordinates the regional energy practice.

Moravcevic Vojnovic and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr¬†'possesses exceptional expertise'. The practice advises on energy transactions, development projects, privatisations, PPPs, regulatory matters, competition matters and disputes.¬†It advised City of Belgrade and The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)¬†on an¬†underground parking project.¬†MiloŇ° Lakovińᬆis energy department head; other key contacts are Slaven Moravńćevińᬆ and corporate and M&A head¬†Matija Vojnovic. Aleksandra Petrovińᬆis the senior associate to note.

Petrikic & Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz¬† is 'unique on the Serbian market by many parameters'. The practice is highly rated for¬†major renewable energy, conventional energy and energy efficiency projects. It advised Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport on the selection process for a private partner for further development of the airport. ńźorńĎe Popovińᬆis 'committed, hardworking and focused'; Serbia and Montenegro managing partner¬†Radivoje Petrikińᬆand senior attorney¬†Marija MaroŇ°an¬†are also key contacts.

Bojanovic & Partners 'always delivers'. The practice's industry coverage includes waste management, oil trade, natural gas and electricity trade, transmission system and distribution system operators, and power exchange. Vladimir Bojanovic is 'an amazing lawyer'.

Harrisons Solicitors' recent experience includes acting as Serbian law legal adviser to the lenders, EBRD, Erste Group and Erste Bank Serbia, on a financial package for a wind farm. Consultant Goran Martinovic is head of major projects in Serbia and Montenegro.

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners has a strong track record in major mining-related projects. Petar Stojanovic and Milan Joksovic are the principal advisers.

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss'¬† Miroslav Stojanovińᬆled advice to a manufacturer of onshore and offshore wind turbines and wind energy solutions on the regulatory issues surrounding the supply, installation and maintenance of wind turbines.

Mladenovic & Stankovic in cooperation with Rokas International Law Firm's Vuk Stankovic is noted for energy regulatory issues, energy facility construction projects and infrastructure matters.

RAJIńÜ Law Office¬†'has a great team'. The energy and infrastructure practice is experienced in oil and gas projects, renewables, and environmental law-related fields.¬†Managing attorney¬†Jovan Rajińᬆ'explains issues thoroughly'.

Stankovic & Partners (NSTLAW)'s practice includes energy and natural resources and infrastructure projects, transactional matters, renewables, waste and wastewater management project financing, and disputes. Nenad Stankovic is 'always available' .

Bojovińá DraŇ°kovińá Popovińá & Partners¬†has significant renewable energy and mining sector experience. UroŇ° Popovińᬆis energy and infrastructure head.

Kinstellar/Zajednicka advokatska kancelarija Maric & Mujezinovic¬†is experienced in¬†energy and infrastructure projects.¬†Branislav Marińᬆis the key contact.

Mihaj, Ilic & Milanovic Law Firm 'gives practical and straightforward advice'. Tanja Unguran advises on renewable energy sources, oil and gas matters and mining projects.

Prica & Partners'¬†Ana ńĆalińá Turudija¬†and Danica Gligorijevińᬆadvised MET Holding, a Swiss company that invests in natural gas, power, oil and power generation, on the acquisition of a wind power plant in Serbia.

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