We have been involved in diverse range of renewable energy projects in Scotland for over 30 years. With a focus on renewable energy development and management, we have significant experience in wind, hydro, solar, energy from waste (biomass), carbon capture and nuclear, and address all of the relevant commercial, strategic, consenting and legal issues from the conception of a project through to its ongoing operation.

Our renewable energy lawyers advise clients on the full range of legal issues in relation to their projects, including procurement, regulatory matters, property rights and options, planning and consents, finance, infrastructure, Power Purchase Agreements and grid connection, and have particular expertise in advising public sector clients on issues ranging from nuclear to carbon capture. 

We regularly work with colleagues across the firm in relation to tax, contract negotiation (including EPC and supply and maintenance contracts), acquisitions and disposals, corporate restructuring and dispute resolution. Our team also provides training for clients on the real estate aspects of onshore windfarms.

We work with clients in all sectors of the Scottish economy, including international engineering and project management companies, wind and solar energy firms, electricity companies, wind farm developers, utility companies, waste management companies, transport organisations, construction and infrastructure firms and financial services institutions.

They are always very prompt and responsive to queries as soon as things come up.

Chambers and Partners

Morton Fraser MacRoberts is a long-established firm with an excellent reputation.

Chambers and Partners

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