For more information, contact:
Helping our clients disrupt in the energy sector within a digitally connected and smarter world
Melanie Grimmitt discusses the current themes in the energy sector and how we are helping clients navigate the challenges and opportunities.
Creative and strategic thinking is key for clients in the CleanTech market to support the rapid evolution of technology and business architecture in the ever-increasing digitally connected world. Our diverse CleanTech team, combining experience across our energy, infrastructure and technology sectors, has been working alongside clients over the past few years to bring forward new technologies in: eMobility, Smart cities, and data & connectivity.
We are full-service - supporting our clients from strategy and structuring through to project delivery across: real estate and consenting; regulatory; construction; service delivery; connectivity, data and IoT; debt and equity financing; M&A, and capital markets.
The way we move is changing radically – climate change, superfast telecoms networks, electrification, AI and digital payments are rewriting the transport rulebook. Our Future of Mobility special report explores how autonomous and shared vehicles and mobility as a service is fast becoming a reality.
Our advisers act on domestic and international projects of all shapes and sizes, working with many of the leading names across this diverse sector. Browse our experience below, or use the filters to look-up recent work in particular geographies and legal disciplines.
Pinsent Masons builds out its Luxembourg office with the hire of funds specialist Dr Jan Saalfrank LLM
Multinationallaw firm Pinsent Masons has advised SUSI Partners and its Asia EnergyTransition Fund on the launch of a renewable energy platform to developlarge-scale renewable assets across Southeast Asia.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has strengthened its corporate team in Australia with the recruitment of partner Andrew Fisken.