Energy & natural resources sector
These include the sale of energy-assets by the Irish Government, the ongoing move toward renewable energy in order to reduce dependency on fossil fuel imports for power generation, EU unbundling requirements, Ireland’s 2020 renewables commitments and the implementation of the European Target Model Market.
Energy & Natural Resources Group
Over the past two decades Beauchamps has established a reputation as one of the leading Irish law firms advising on renewable energy projects, particularly wind farm developments.
Our award winning energy & natural resources group has extensive experience representing developers, funders and investors in a wide variety of energy projects, with a combined generation capacity of almost 1GW to date.
We pride ourselves on being able to provide practical, cost efficient and solutions-driven advice from the feasibility stage right through to planning, financing and ultimate construction of the project.
As owner’s legal advisor on Milestone, Castlewaller, Clogheravaddy and Sheskin Wind Farms
As lender’s legal advisor on Carrownaweelaun, Kilmeedy and Crockbrack Hill Wind Farms
On the development of a 200MW solar PV project in Libya
As lender’s legal advisor on Gurteen Wind Farm
As lender’s legal advisor on the refinance of Crockbrack Hill Wind Farm
Grange Backup Power
On the development of a 115MW electricity power station in Grange Castle, Co. Dublin
On its Power Purchase Agreements and other contracts in Ireland
On the sale of its operational 25.3MW Taurbeg Wind Farm in County Cork to the Renewable Infrastructure Group
On an equity investment by ESB
BNRG (and other Solar PV developers)
On the drafting and negotiation of lease options and lease agreements for proposed large scale ground mounted solar farm developments in Ireland
Proactive and client-friendly.
Clearly understood our requirements and were instrumental in devising solutions to get us there.
Beauchamps handled the task in a prompt manner. Their main strength was their knowledge and experience of the small wind farm sector.
A solid, technically proficient team that is always abreast of market developments.
These lawyers have their finger on the pulse of the wind energy sector.
In-depth knowledge of the renewables market" and team head Ainsley Heffernan provides "practical solutions.
Their ability to bridge the gap between good business and good legal practice sets them apart from the competition.