Christian Hellmund > Clarion > Leeds, England > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Energy and projects


Partner.   Christian is a non-contentious energy lawyer and a partner in Clarion’s Energy & Projects team. Prior to joining Clarion, Christian spent six years at an international law firm advising on a number of high-profile energy and low carbon transactions.

During his career, Christian also spent considerable time advising National Grid Gas Plc’s gas transmission and distribution business, Scottish Power’s Energy Management team and Drax Power’s Fuel Procurement and Trading team while being there on secondment.

Christian advises on a wide range of national and international energy and infrastructure projects including electricity and gas transmission, distribution and supply, energy from waste (EfW), distributed and embedded power generation, decentralised energy solutions, district energy (incl. district heating), energy storage as well as renewables projects such as solar pv, onshore wind, hydro, bioenergy (incl. biomass, anaerobic digestion (AD) and biofuels).

He advises project developers, investors, energy suppliers, utilities, public authorities, housing associations, asset/land owners and equipment manufacturers in a number of sectors ranging from food & drink, retail, hospitality, leisure, construction, manufacturing, transport and many others.

Lawyer Rankings

Yorkshire and the Humber > Projects, energy and natural resources (including PFI) > Infrastructure and energy

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Christian Hellmund – Clarion

Noted for its expertise in the energy and low carbon sectors, Clarion’s multidisciplinary team in Leeds acts for regional, national and international clients on both contentious and non-contentious mandates. ‘Excellent’ Christian Hellmund advises on a range of energy and infrastructure projects, from district energy and electricity and gas transmission to energy storage and renewables projects. Hellmund jointly leads the team alongside David Williams, who handles disputes in the oil, electricity and renewables sectors.