Infrastructure and energy in Yorkshire And The Humber

Addleshaw Goddard

With a 'responsive, creative, diligent, and personable' team, Addleshaw Goddard's energy and utilities group is divided into four subsets spanning the oil and gas, power, utilities and energy-for-business arenas. The practice covers the full spectrum of issues relating to energy sector mandates, acting for a broad range of energy companies, developers, PE funds and financial institutions, and is active at a national and international level, with a notable focus on the EMEA region. Richard Goodfellow and Paul Dight jointly lead the practice; Goodfellow specialises in energy and utility projects while Dight handles the development of energy infrastructure and energy regulation. Other key names include construction expert David Shaw, nuclear sector specialist James Reynolds and Sara Gilmore, who divides her time between Leeds and Manchester.

Practice head(s):

Richard Goodfellow; Paul Dight

Other key lawyers:

David Shaw; James Reynolds; Sara Gilmore


‘A robust understanding of the renewables sector and a clear knowledge of how the commercial documents work together.’

‘Paul Dight is a very experienced operator in this space who came recommended to us. It was evident that he has thorough in-depth knowledge of the subject matter.’

‘AG provide quality advice and clearly have a wealth of experience and knowledge in the sector, providing commercial insight which will strengthen the foundations of our scheme.’

‘The individuals we’ve worked with are responsive, creative, diligent, and personable. They have been a pleasure to work with over the past few months. Jack Harris and Josh Dye have stood out for these reasons, their professionalism has been exceptional.’

‘Great extension of our internal legal team, genuine interest in our business and how we are looking to grow so that they can ensure continued alignment. Small team with diverse skill sets that have been able to support a broad range of areas that our business support.’

‘Richard Goodfellow is fantastic, very responsive and a great person to work with. Matthew Overton – great all rounder and very pragmatic/solution orientated.’

‘The team have excellent knowledge and experience of the smart meter industry – making them the go to experts in this area. The team are very commercial. While they are technically excellent, they add value by giving us technical advice in an easily digestible and “business friendly” format.’

‘Richard Goodfellow is extremely experienced in energy and utilities – his combined knowledge of the industry and practical approach is invaluable during a commercial deal. Matthew Overton is one to watch – his has excellent knowledge of the industry, and we have always appreciated his ability to give us technical advice in a format that is easily digestible for our non-legal colleagues.’

Key clients

Volkswagen AG

Bute Energy

Environ Group

Euro Garages

Pod Point

Wizz Air


Intelligent Growth Solutions

SSE Generation Limited and SSE Electricity Limited

Onsite Energy Projects Limited

Aviva Investors

Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)

Cranswick Foods

Red Rock Power a wholly owned subsidiary of SDIC Power, a Chinese SOE


Gravis Capital


Octopus Energy


Diamond Transmission Corporation Limited

Peel Group

Greencoat Capital

Consortium of banks, including Societe Generale, SMBC, MUFG Bank and Mizuho Bank

Scotia Gas Networks plc (SGN)

Horizon Infrastructure Limited


Aberdeen Standard

National Nuclear Laboratory

United Utilities

Southern Water Services

Anglian Water

Network Rail Infrastructure Limited

Foresight Group Holdings Limited



Channel Four


UK Parliament

BP pulse

Unify Energy


Yorkshire Water


Royal Mail Group


Canadian Solar



Industria Resources

Yorkshire Energy Park

Trojan Energy

Work highlights

  • Handling novel energy projects and emerging technology work including relating to hydrogen (SGN’s H100 hydrogen project – the only at scale hydrogen grid, bp), heat pumps (Octopus, Vaillant), smart metering and comms hub structuring and procurement advice for Smart DCC (the only smart metering licensee in the UK), biogas to grid (in Germany for SDCL and UK biogas to grid for transport fuels for YWS), Sustainable Aviation Fuels for Wizz Air.
  • Providing offshore wind advice including to Octopus Energy on its long term supply arrangement with Shell from the largest offshore wind farm in the World, Peel on its two new CfD backed projects in Scotland and Hitachi’s offshore wind blade factory in the Humber.
  • Advising on Corporate Power Purchase agreements for major energy consumers in the UK and Europe including Network Rail, Diageo, South East Water, Britvic.

DLA Piper

Leveraging strength across the firm’s Leeds and Sheffield offices, DLA Piper is a go-to contact in the region for national and international energy and transport infrastructure projects, with particular knowledge of the renewables sector. The practice has been notably active in onshore and offshore wind and solar mandates, energy storage matters, grid infrastructure and smart metering work, and also fields a distinct corporate power purchase agreement practice. In Leeds, Natasha Luther-Jones is global co-chair of the energy and natural resources group and is international head of sustainability and ESG for the firm, while Robert Smith and Ben Peecock are key names for transport-related work. The Sheffield team includes environmental specialist Teresa Hitchcock and construction expert Ian Doig. Stephen Atkinson also contributes his corporate expertise and Andrew Clarke focuses on real estate work.

Practice head(s):

Natasha Luther-Jones; Robert Smith; Ben Peecock; Teresa Hitchcock; Ian Doig

Other key lawyers:

Stephen Atkinson; Andrew Clarke

Key clients

Hennes & Mauritz (H&M)


NEOM Green Hydrogen Company

Elgin Energy

Greencoat Solar Assets I Limited and Greencoat Solar Assets II Limited

Greencoat Wind UK Plc


Investec Bank

Ignitis grupė UAB


Power Capital


Greencoat renewables PLC,(the euro based Greencoat Fund)

Commerz Real

Prime Capital AG

UK Department for Transport (DfT)

Transport North East

National Highways

Transport for Greater Manchester

Agility Trains

Boston Scientific

Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive (Nexus)

HS2 Limited

Volkerrail Limited

Northern Rail

South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority

Work highlights

  • Advising National Highways on the Lower Thames Crossing, one of the largest construction projects currently in procurement in Europe.
  • Advised Elgin Energy on the sale of a 519MW portfolio of solar PV projects and 70MW of co-located energy storage capacity to Scottish Power Renewables (UK) Limited.
  • Advising Statkraft and Power Capital Renewable Energy as two of the counterparties to Microsoft’s large scale purchase of renewable power in Ireland.

Pinsent Masons LLP

Pinsent Masons LLP is well known for its expertise in handling both national and international energy and infrastructure projects, with experience across the full lifecycle of projects, covering both transactional and contentious issues. Melanie Grimmitt, global head of energy at the firm, is highly regarded for her expertise in the field. Stacey Collins has significant experience advising on major projects in the energy sector and leads the carbon capture usage and storage team, while John Bruce leads on domestic and international bioenergy-related matters. Also noted is Mark Harris, who has substantial experience advising organisations on cross-border infrastructure and energy projects, as well as expertise handling energy disputes.

Practice head(s):

Melanie Grimmitt; Stacey Collins; John Bruce

Other key lawyers:

Mark Harris


‘Very knowledgeable and professional multi-discipline firm. Very joined up internally so we always get a seamless service from them. High technical expertise across all offices and we benefit from regional rates making their service very good value for money. One of our most trusted law firms.’

‘John Bruce – very knowledgeable and offers commercial and practical solutions to issues. Very proactive at managing tasks and we have a really good rapport with him and his team.’

Key clients

Renew Holdings Plc

Drax Group Plc

EPH Group Amey Group Plc

Kier Infrastructure and Overseas Ltd

Hanson Group

RWE A.G. Group


Cyden Homes Limited

Balfour Beatty Group

Ørsted Group

NDA Group


Johnson Matthey Plc

Laing O’Rourke Group

Yorkshire Ventures Group

Work highlights

  • Advising the Eden Project on the development of its new multi-million-pound project in Morecambe.
  • Advised Schroders Greencoat on its competitive secondary market acquisitions of Margam Biomass Plant in Wales and Speyside Biomass plant in Scotland.
  • Advising BP Exploration Operating Company Ltd on the Northern Endurance Partnership and Net Zero Teesside Carbon Capture & Storage projects.


Clarion's energy, projects and infrastructure practice is regularly instructed to handle complex energy and low carbon infrastructure projects, acting for a client roster of regional, national and international companies. Other key areas of expertise including handling oil and gas exploration and production mandates, joint ventures and supply and pricing disputes. Christian Hellmund and David Williams jointly lead the practice; Hellmund excels in non-contentious energy projects and Williams focuses on energy sector disputes and has notable knowledge of oil exploration disputes involving Africa. Paul Matthews joined the practice in late 2022, expanding the firm's regulatory offering.

Practice head(s):

Christian Hellmund; David Williams

Other key lawyers:

Paul Matthews


‘The team that looked after us in particular were very friendly, competent, professional.’

‘Clarion provide us with an information hub where we can dip into at any point to inform decisions. Clarion treat you as a friend rather than a customer/client. Their communication is first rate and they put your needs first. Having interacted with a number of firms over the years, I believe they provide the best overall service.’

‘Christian Hellmund has been excellent at providing commercial advice in addition to infra/energy industry knowledge. He is very pragmatic and provides options clearly laying out the risks and opportunities of how to proceed.’

Key clients

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies

Leo Group Limited

LBBC Limited

Bayford Group

Wilson Power Solutions

Winder Power

Leonard Curtis Business Rescue and Recovery

Acumen Waste Services Limited

Vensys Energy AG

Etgas/Enertecgreen Limited

GF Genovate Ltd

Kinetic Renewable Services Limited

Xrenewable Limited

Chameleon Technology Holdings

Continental AG


Greentech Energy

Advanced Generation Limited

LCM Environmental

Greenarc Energy

Craggs Energy

Orsted Power Sales

Port of Mostyn

Goldbeck Solar

Carlton Forest Group

We Power Your Car

Future Earth Energy

Work highlights

  • Advising Goldbeck Solar with the negotiation of an engineering, procurement and construction contract for an 8MW solar farm at Carn Nicholas Farm, Wales.
  • Advising Port of Mostyn in respect of a large tidal stream project to be constructed at the Dee estuary (North Wales) and able to deliver baseline renewable energy.
  • Advising the Continental AG group on issues arising under various contracts to deliver sub-sea hoses for $multi-billion liquid natural gas projects off the coasts of Western Australia, Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa.


The Sheffield-based energy, projects and construction practice at CMS works closely with practitioners in Manchester to form the firm's Northern team, which handles the full range of contentious and non-contentious mandates relating to infrastructure and energy projects. The team acts for a varied client roster of contractors, public sector bodies, employer clients and institutional investors. Dispute resolution head Fraser Askham and transactional construction team leader Helen Johnson jointly lead the practice.

Practice head(s):

Fraser Askham; Helen Johnson


‘Large inclusive team that collaborated well with each other and the wider team.’

‘Personnel are open to discussion to explore alternative views and respond quickly to requests for information and clarification as to requirements.’

‘The practice is led by an intelligent and resourceful partner (Fraser Askham) but works together well as a team. It is clear that the strength of the team is that they enjoy working together, even under onerous deadlines.’

Key clients


NG Bailey Group

Wates Group



Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Limited

University of Sheffield

International Hotel Properties

Amey LG

Ambassador Theatre Group

Henry Boot Group

Ground Control Limited

Crown Commercial Services

Galliford Try

BUG AluTechnic

The Department for Education

Work highlights

  • Advised Lendlease on a £140m+ multi-party dispute concerning the Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital.
  • Advising the MEH Joint Venture (comprising Balfour Beatty, Altrad, Cavendish Nuclear, Altrad Babcock , Bilfinger and NG Bailey) on a multi-billion pound alliance contract for the new Sizewell C nuclear power station.
  • Advising the Mace Limited/Dragados S.A. joint venture on the transformation of Euston Station and the construction of the new Birmingham Curzon Street Station as part of the UK’s new High Speed 2 railway development.

Shoosmiths LLP

Shoosmiths LLP’s energy and infrastructure practice has seen continuous growth, with the team being involved in a broad range of matters. Key focus areas for the team include advising on clean energy development, energy procurement, and infrastructure investment mandates. James Wood-Robertson heads up the team, with considerable experience advising on infrastructure and renewable energy projects, including waste PPP transactions. Also noted is Jennifer Clarke, who has experience advising on cross-sector projects, with particular expertise in non-contentious public procurement projects.

Practice head(s):

James Wood-Robertson

Other key lawyers:

Jennifer Clarke


‘Excellent knowledge of the sector, particularly knowledge of the Power Purchase Agreement, Wind Turbine Supply Agreements and Share Purchase Agreements.’

‘Great team spirit and good knowledge across a diverse sector.’

‘Good value, very dedicated and fresh.’

‘Previous experience representing both generators and energy buyers (both sides of the equation) and integration with local suppliers is very beneficial to our negotiations and contracting.’

‘Great service, real expertise.’

‘The team is very personable, approachable and flexible so that when legal issues arise, they are quick to respond and support when required.’

‘The team is very approachable and friendly.’

Key clients


Foresight Group


ABO Wind

ITM Power


Gresham House

DIF Capital

Triple Point

Iona Capital


Iceland Foods

Iron Mountain Data Centres

Molson Coors


Switch2 Energy

EZ Charge


B9 Energy

Wolfland Group

MPG Wind

Work highlights

  • Advised leading UK infrastructure fund, Equitix, on its £84m investment into fibre network provider, Freedom Fibre.
  • Advising German onshore wind developer, EnergieKontor, on the development of several onshore wind projects and a solar PV project across the UK.
  • Advising Iceland Foods on long-term, high-value corporate power purchase agreements with several renewable energy developers.

Squire Patton Boggs

Squire Patton Boggs fields a notable projects, energy and natural resources team, which handles a wide range of matters across the globe. The group is particularly strong for renewables, offshore and onshore wind, solar, biomass, energy-from-waste, and carbon capture-related mandates, and is also adept at handling power and water projects, particularly in the Middle East, and PFI/PPP projects in the waste and defence sectors. Practice head James Duckworth is based between Leeds and Dubai, and has extensive experience handling procurement matters, with a particular focus on the energy, waste, water, healthcare and education sectors. Senior associate David Myers is also noted for his experience in planning work.

Practice head(s):

James Duckworth

Other key lawyers:

David Myers; Gemma Newell


‘Gemma Newell is superb. She has particular expertise in necessary wayleave matters. Gemma is organised and has sound judgment. Clients trust her and those in her team love working with her.’

Key clients

Muse Developments Limited

Leeds City Region Revolving Investment Fund LLP

Catalyst Capital


PricewaterhouseCoopers Dubai

Dubai Municipality

Egdon Resources UK Limited

Veolia Middle East

Sumitomo Corporation

Marubeni Corporation

Taqat Development Co

Nebras Power

Federal Government of the UAE

DP World

EESL Energy Solutions LLC

Capital and Centric


Brookfield Group

Taqat Development Co

SP Manweb

EnergieKontor (UK) Limited


Triton Power

UK Power Networks

Northern Gas Networks

Northern Power Grid

Fred Olsen Renewables

Elgin Energy

Low Carbon

Black Mountain Renewables

Wessex Energy Limited

Western Power Distribution

Falck Renewables

Electricity North West

Work highlights

  • Acted for DP World on the development of a prestigious port and warehousing facility at Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
  • Acted for Taqat Development Co on the development of two major plants for the supply of materials for electric batteries in Saudi Arabia.
  • Advised Scottish Power Manweb PLC on the North Shropshire reinforcement development consent order.

Walker Morris LLP

Praised for its 'exceptional client care and collaborative approach', Walker Morris LLP's infrastructure and energy practice is particularly noted for its knowledge of the energy-from-waste and bio-resources sector where it acts for local authorities, contractors, fuel suppliers, developers and technology suppliers. The group is also active in renewables work and Net Zero issues including sustainable finance work and low-carbon projects. Energy-from-waste specialist Ben Sheppard, real estate expert Judith Pike and corporate partner Tim Jackson-Smith jointly lead the practice, which also includes litigator Gwendoline Davies and Jules Harbage, who handles construction work.

Practice head(s):

Ben Sheppard; Judith Pike; Tim Jackson-Smith

Other key lawyers:

Gwendoline Davies; Jules Harbage; Adam Bertram; Jake Smith


‘I would highly recommend Walker Morris given their professionalism, excellent quality of service, speed of delivery and value for work done.’

‘Adam Bertram and Ben Sheppard are very thorough, efficient and have excellent knowledge of project and finance documentation. Their ability to deliver high quality work on a short notice (in case of a change to project deadline) is most impressive. The team is very responsive to requests and always provides a constructive solution within a short time frame.’

‘Exceptional client care, collaborative approach and are fully invested in our needs.’

‘Commercial understanding combined with straight talking no nonsense approach to dealing with sometimes complex issues. Turnaround for items of work is also exceptional.’

‘Great team with great experience in the sector.’

‘In depth knowledge, excellent approach, pragmatic. Feel well looked after.’

‘The team not only know their sector, but are very client focused, delivering advice that is practical, precise and punctual. The infrastructure and energy practice has been our port of call for most of our difficult queries. There is a real sense they want to help their clients achieve success.’

‘Judith Pike and Jake Smith are both phenomenal and are the key support team on all property related matters. They both really care about their clients achieving the desired commercial outcome but finely balance this with protecting our position as much as possible. The rest of the team are also brilliant, and highly responsive. There is a strong collaborative approach to their work.’

Key clients

MVV Environment


Drax Group plc

Port of Tilbury

British Steel

Smartest Energy

Homes England

Kier Group

FCC Environment

Grissan Energy

Outotec (USA) Inc

Associated Waste Management

Barnsley Metropolitan District Council


Rock Solid Processing

Arla Foods


East London Biogas

Conrad Energy


Iona Capital


OCO Technology


Island Green Power

Direct Special Metals

Integrated Power International Ltd

Work highlights

  • Advising leading energy-from-waste company MVV Environment on an energy-from-waste combined heat and power facility capable of generating 30MW of electricity and approximately 5MWth of renewable heat.
  • Acting for Port of Tilbury in connection with the expansion of its operational port at Tilbury.
  • Advising Global Connectivity plc on the £75m investment by Tiger Infrastructure Partners Fund III LP into two operating subsidiaries delivering full fibre broadband in rural areas.

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP utilises its Hull base to assist a broad swathe of clients with issues in the port and harbour sectors, with notable expertise in onshore and offshore projects and corporate transactions. Andrew Oliver, who excels in marine environment law, cabling agreements and disturbance agreements for fisherman; and Stephen Unwin, who handles real estate transactions, wind farms and renewable energy projects, jointly lead the department. Real estate specialist David Dixon also contributes to the practice.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Oliver; Stephen Unwin

Other key lawyers:

David Dixon


‘Very responsive and knowledgeable team.’

Key clients

Specialist Marine Consultants Limited

Groupe LHD

LPG Direct Limited



Associated British Ports

Northern Energy Oil Limited

Swinton Technology Limited

RE Group

Mainprize Offshore Ltd

Grimsby Renewables Partnership

BostonAir Group

LSTC Group


Greater Gabbard Offshore

Woodhouse Wind


Virgin Money



Work highlights

  • Advised Northern Energy Oil Limited on the acquisition of Kettlewell Group, a family-owned energy company in the north.
  • Advised the shareholders of Swinton Technology Limited on the sale of the company to Sensia UK Limited.
  • Advised the shareholders of 8Point8 Support Limited, 8Point8 Training Limited and Vantage Solutions Limited on the sale of the companies to Mitie Technical Facilities Management Limited for a consideration of £10m.

Bevan Brittan LLP

As part of the firm's national team, the Leeds-based practice at Bevan Brittan LLP is 'excellent at finding a solution to complex issues' and provides 'highly professional advice delivered in a warm and collaborative way'. Michael Boyd excels in advising on transactional, commercial and compliance issues for NHS clients, and construction mandates are handled by Sarah Wilson, Judith Hopper and Niamh Batterton. Richard Stirk and Julie Cowan-Clark work closely together on property and social housing projects, and Lyndon Campbell focuses on residential property developments.

Other key lawyers:

Michael Boyd; Sarah Wilson; Judith Hopper; Niamh Batterton; Richard Stirk; Julie Cowan-Clark; Lyndon Campbell


‘I have known/worked with Lyndon Campbell & Christian Hunt for a good number years. They are both experienced and knowledgeable of their are of law. Both are happy to advise on areas where help is required and the potential downsides/risks.’

‘Both Lyndon Campbell and Christian Hunt will advise on what’s necessary to achieve the necessary level of risk mitigation.’

‘The team members at BB are very down to earth, able to vary communication delivery to interact with any party at the appropriate level. Excellent at finding a solution to complex issues even when stakeholders on the same side have differing views and agendas.’

‘The advice received is highly professional but delivered in a warm and collaborative way. We see this across the team and individuals so is a cultural thing at BB.’

Key clients

Children’s Ark Partnership Ltd

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

15 NHS Trusts and other NHS Organisations

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Abirose Limited

University of York

Oxfordshire County Council

Habinteg Housing Association Limited

Together Housing Group Limited

Work highlights

  • Acting for Children’s Ark Partnership in the Court of Appeal regarding the interpretation and enforcement of dispute escalation procedures.
  • Acting for Abirose on a bridging facility to assist Wilton Engineering Services Limited to boost its capacity and capabilities in the renewable energy, defence and logistics sectors.
  • Advising Calcerdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust on the terms which advise the Trust in connection with the establishment of a joint venture to redevelop a listed mill building into a 56,000 square foot outpatient clinic.


Fielding a 'very strong team' that is 'knowledgeable and dynamic', DWF's cross-disciplinary group sits within the global team and focuses on energy sector clients including names in the electricity, gas, water and renewables sectors. In Leeds, noteworthy names include planning and compulsory purchase team head Andrew Batterton, Jonathan Branton, who focuses on EU and competition matters, and Mary Kelly, who leads the commercial practice.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Batterton; Jonathan Branton; Mary Kelly


‘A very strong team, knowledgeable and dynamic with industry specific focus as well as commercial awareness of complimentary interrelated disciplines such as financing and real estate.’

Key clients


Yorkshire Gas and Power

Homes England

Ryze Hydrogen

Element 2 Hydrogen

Enfinity Solar International

Yemene Solar (formerly Yingli Namene Solar Limited & Yingli Green Energy Europe GmbH)

Doosan Power Systems SA

Whitbread Group plc

Vensys Energy AG

Canary Wharf Group

Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeen City Council and Moray Council

Dundee City Council and Angus Council

South Staffordshire plc

Steag energy solutions GmbH

Discovery Park Limited

Farm Energy Partnership LLP

United Utilities Renewable Energy Limited


WM Morrisons Supermarkets Limited

Marks & Spencer plc

Places for People

Essar Oil UK Limited

MRC Global

Ansaldo Nuclear Limited

Q-Park Limited

Welsh Government

Cavendish Nuclear Limited

HyGen Energy Holdings

Mostyn Sea Power

The Carbon Trust

KP Snacks Limited

Trina Solar Limited

Trina Storage Limited

COSTA Coffee Limited

Greater Manchester Combined Authority, Go Neutral

Firma Energy Limited

Cornwall Council

Northumberland Estates

Fortune Power

Mura Technology Limited

Work highlights

  • Advising Enfinity Energy on a significant portfolio of ground-mounted solar PV projects in Italy.
  • Instructed by Ryse Hydrogen to assist with the development of a 13,000kg/day green hydrogen production facility that will be co-located with an onshore wind farm in the UK.
  • Advising Northumberland Estates in connection with its development of over 1GW of new ground-mounted solar PV and battery energy storage systems on 2000 acres of its estate.

Schofield Sweeney

The cross-practice team at Schofield Sweeney focuses on the energy and renewables space, with notable knowledge of issues relating to small energy sites; the group also handles site assembly matters, litigation and contractual issues. Clients span developers, landowners and contractors at a regional and national level. Development and regeneration specialist Adam Hastie leads the practice, which also benefits from the expertise of commercial expert Karen Crutchley.

Practice head(s):

Adam Hastie

Other key lawyers:

Karen Crutchley

Key clients

Snetterton Renewable Power Limited

Forepower Limited

Raleigh Power Limited

Catfoss Renewables Limited

Seamer Power Limited

Doncaster Power (10MW) Limited

Aqua consultants Limited / Lanes Farm Energy Limited

Mark Falshaw


Harmony Energy Limited

Tetragen (Knapton) (UK) Limited

Graphite Resources Limited

Harmony Energy Income Trust PLC

Work highlights

  • Advising Harmony Energy Limited on progressing a portfolio bundle of battery storage and solar ground array projects.
  • Acted on the £5m+ refinances of a 10MW battery energy storage scheme for Doncaster Power.
  • Helping a large renewable operator with its development of a £480m 69MW energy from waste project near Northwich in Cheshire.