Pia Pehrson > Foyen Advokatfirma > Stockholm, Sweden > Lawyer Profile

Foyen Advokatfirma
Regeringsgatan 38
PO BOX 7229
103 89 Stockholm

Work Department

Industry, mining and forestry, Energy, land and environment, Real estate


Partner and head of the firm’s Environmental Group.


2004- Foyen Advokatfirma, partner since 2009.
1999, 2002–2004, Counsel for SwedPower AB, a subsidiary of Vattenfall.
2000–2001, Clerk at Malmö District Court, Court of Appeal.


Swedish, English, Finnish, Bulgarian, German.


Swedish Bar Association, since 2006.


1999, Uppsala University (LL.M.)

Lawyer Rankings

Sweden > Energy

(Leading individuals)

Pia PehrsonFoyen Advokatfirma

Foyen Advokatfirma’s energy group regularly advises domestic energy companies as well as governmental agencies, offering considerable combined expertise in nuclear, wind, hydroelectric, gas and biogas power production. Stockholm and Gothenburg-based Pia Pehrson has experience in nuclear, hydroelectric, solar, hydrogen, and onshore and offshore wind power, and leads the team alongside Andreas Lindström in Malmö, who has expertise in transactional, compliance, and regulatory matters. Corporate expert Jonas Conradsson regularly advises on matters in the sustainable energy sector. Having joined the group in January and April 2023 respectively, senior associate Tomas Fjordevik adds experience in handling permit applications concerning wind power plants, while Helena Strömbeck leverages her in-house experience at a electricity infrastructure company.

Sweden > Environment

(Leading individuals)

Pia PehrsonFoyen Advokatfirma

Foyen Advokatfirma‘s multidisciplinary environmental law team assists clients in the mining, infrastructure, heavy industry, and energy sectors, among others, with a broad range of issues, including permit applications, waste management projects, and Natura 2000 and species protection issues; the team also has notable experience in the forestry industry. Stockholm and Gothenburg-based Pia Pehrson, who has considerable experience in the mining, infrastructure and energy industries, leads the practice. Tomas Fjordevik, who was promoted to partner in January 2023, focuses on permit applications, with experience handling processes concerning airports, chemical production plants, wind farms, waste treatment facilities, and thermal power plants.