Developers and landowners across the region and nationally have used Stephens Scown’s renewable energy team to support them through their wind projects from start to finish.
With the unique considerations associated with renewable energy, they’ve benefited from a single point of contact at the firm – someone that understands their project inside out and can bring in other renewable energy specialists as and when required.
Our team have extensive experience in putting together the best deals for our wind power clients – covering the Feed in Tariff, Renewable Obligation Certificates, wayleaves and power purchase agreements, heads of terms, property and commercial agreements and possible planning considerations, applications and appeals.
The team are also experienced in advising on warranties and the complexities surrounding the purchase of wind turbines, whilst also having in depth knowledge of many of the exiting types of turbines.
In addition we work with some of the largest developers and are on the panel for Good Energy.
So far the team have helped complete wind projects generating 7 megawatts of power – that’s enough to boil your kettle more than 233,000 or to keep 1,750,000 mobile phone chargers on the go!
With another 6 megawatts in the pipeline you can rest assured that you’ll have the support of a team that has the experience to deliver a successful project.
To find out how our renewable energy team can help your wind project please get in touch.
Sonya BedfordPartner and Head of Renewable Energy
Sonya and her team have provided a very thorough and diligent service and refreshingly she has taken an expert opinion based on experience ahead of what solicitors often seem to achieve, which is time wasting questions which do nothing more than put up the bill. This grown up attitude from a solicitor has been refreshing and rewarding.
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