_Wildgen's Energy Team announces its contribution to the Luxembourg chapter of the EU Commission Report "Do current regulatory frameworks in the EU support innovation and security of supply in electri...
Wildgen provides advice to local, regional and international major companies in the energy field, active in various areas such as renewable energy, nuclear, electricity, or heating. Our team of leading lawyers in Luxembourg has a great deal of experience in energy sector legal issues. They handle a full range of transactional, commercial, regulatory, tax and litigation matters.
We act for different energy players at both local and global levels: energy companies, network operators, suppliers and traders. This large panel of clients - active in a wide range of oil, gas, electricity, nuclear and renewable and sustainable energy projects - offers a good insight into the particular issues and challenges facing the sector.
With a strong background in transactional work, our lawyers have also extensive experience and expertise in areas such as environment, construction, competition law and tax planning. We advise our clients on transactions involving the structuring and financing of energy and infrastructure projects. We also specialize in elaboration of documents and contracts, including participation in negotiations, procedures and standard form contracts used in the energy sector.
We provide advice relating to such matters as corporate and financing structures, joint venture agreements, acquisition and issuing of shares, acquisition of subsidiaries, due diligence and statements on legal aspects, permitting and economic regulation. Our core services and specialist knowledge include:
- Projects development advice,
- Project finance and funding,
- EU law,
- Licenses and permits advice and compliance with requirements of energy regulatory framework,
- Consortium agreements and joint ventures,
- Intellectual property and licensing,
- Dispute resolution and litigation,
- Commercial issues and agreements,
- Corporate acquisitions and disposals,
- Reorganisations and restructuring,
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Within the framework of our membership to the ELG (Energy Law Group), David Maria, Partner and Delia Nitescu, Senior Associate have contributed an article of the Luxembourg renewable sector which has ...
In order to liberalise the EU's internal energy market, three consecutive legislative packages of measures were adopted since late 1990s to 2009. Lastly, the third “Energy Package” adopted by the Euro...