Renewable power projects M&A: Due diligence issues for consideration

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13 April 2021

Gowling WLG's Energy team has authored 'Renewable Power Projects M&A: Due Diligence Issues for Consideration', its latest practice note in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Practical Law Energy*.

In the article, we set out some of the key sector-specific issues for consideration by a buyer (and its prospective lenders) in a due diligence process for a proposed renewable power project acquisition in the UK. The practice note also describes the key development stages for a renewable power project, and highlights those at which mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is likely. The timing is particularly relevant as the pace of subsidy-free project development is picking up in the UK with a significant number of projects working their way through the planning system.

Contributors from the firm include Partners Gareth Baker, Helen Emmerson, Gus Wood, and Senior Associate Rob Currall, supported by Associate Eleanor Craven.

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