Gowling WLG ranked in Top 10 for clean energy M&A deals

22 April 2021

Gowling WLG's Energy team has been ranked 9th for Energy M&A deals by volume for 2021 by Clean Energy Pipeline.

The Clean Energy Legal League Table 2021 ranks law firms that advise companies and investors who buy, sell and fund global renewable energy projects across a range of technologies, including developments in solar, onshore/offshore wind and energy storage.

Gareth Baker, Co-leader of the firm's Energy Sector, said: "Our energy M&A practice has had a tremendously busy year, where we have advised on various joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals across different countries. We are proud to see the work we have done for great clients featured in the league table."

Gowling WLG's multi-disciplinary energy team has a market-leading reputation and operates seamlessly around the globe. The deal is another example of the team's position in the energy sector and follows a series of recent mandates, including advising: Triple Point Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Company plc (TEEC) on completing £21 million of senior debt finance into Harvest and Glasshouse, Nabuh Energy on the sale of its business to British Gas, Downing Renewables & Infrastructure Trust plc on its £122.5 million IPO and Longspur Capital on the disposal of two operating onshore wind farms to Octopus Energy.

For more information about the league table, please visit Clean Energy Pipeline's website.


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