Davies and Partners has a long established and well-respected history within the energy sector. Davies and Partners has acted on behalf of developers and landowners on multi-million pound energy projects, been a utility company’s legal provider for all their new connections for a significant number of years, and has a team of specialists offering exceptional legal support for all elements of the the ever-evolving nature of the energy sector.
Our energy team has built upon years of experience in acting for the broad range of energy development types including; solar, battery storage, wind, gas peaking plants, energy from waste, EV charging. We act for developers in securing the land rights ahead of obtaining planning permission and obtaining a grid offer before then being granted their lease or freehold transfer of the site.
We act on behalf of landowners regarding the broad range of energy development types including; solar, battery storage, wind, gas peaking plants, energy from waste, EV charging points. We offer tailored support as is required to ensure that the landowner’s interest in the site itself as well as the land they retain is protected. There are key considerations when negotiating these documents that a landowner will need to be aware of and advised accordingly.
Planning for energy projects is particularly complex and includes section 106 Agreement negotiations as well the separate regimes depending on the size of the development – whether it is a National Significant Infrastructure Project or subject to the usual planning route.
Our construction specialists within this sector are able to advise you on the EPC Contract and other development contracts for energy projects.
Whether incorporating Special Purchase Vehicles or negotiating share purchase agreements in respect of project disposals, our corporate specialists can advise and negotiate these on your behalf.
Our corporate team can also provide advice on power purchase agreements or grid sharing options.
Our real estate team and the corporate team work together regarding securing funding on projects whether pre or post energisation.
We act for developers, utility companies and third parties in energy projects acquiring the necessary rights over third party land and securing substation leases, transfers and wayleaves;