Renewable Energy and Windfarming
“Advising you on sustainable energy projects.”
The increasing issue of climate change, rising demand for cleaner energy and government initiatives toward renewable energy supply raises a number of legal and commercial issues for participants in this growing sector.
At Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan we are proud to have worked on a large number of sustainable energy projects in recent years. Our experience in this niche area has meant we are one of the top legal experts on windfarming in Ireland. From inception to completion, we are keenly positioned to manage all legal matters related to a renewable energy project.
Our specialist team in this area is fully equipped to work with developers, contractors, utility companies and other investors involved in the development of sustainable wind farm or wave energy generation projects in Ireland at both the early and late development stages.
We have the benefit of drawing upon a wealth of expertise from across our practice and can direct clients on a wide spectrum of legal matters related to renewable energy projects including property law, land access and tenure, commercial agreements, liability, licensing and government regulations.
We are skilled at structuring relationships among developers, lenders and equity participants
We will devise sound legal and commercial strategies that respond to the needs of our clients and ensure they are kept up to date with the latest developments in the renewable energy sector.
We also advise on agricultural law issues relating to wind farms, for example agri-environmental schemes, the single farm payment scheme, agricultural tenancies, crop loss and mines and minerals.
Our excellent track record means we are well placed to advise you on all legal issues relating to Renewable Energy and Windfarming.
We provide specialist legal advice on the following areas:
- Land Access arrangements
- Wind farm construction & maintenance agreements
- Commercial contracts & negotiations
- Supply Agreements
- Government & regulatory advice
- Negotiating power purchase agreements
- Project financing & acquisitions
- Project Due Diligence
To find out more about how Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan Solicitors can assist your Renewable Energy and Windfarming business, please click here to complete our short form and we will be in touch.
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Latest News & Advice
This is where we share the latest Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan updates and discuss topical issues with you.
1 May 2018
Ireland’s Smear Test Controversy - Have You Been Affected?
Following the award of €2.5 million by the High Court last month to a terminally ill patient who’s cervical cancer was mis-diagnosed, an urgent review of Ireland’s cervical screening process is now underway.Read More
30 April 2018
GDPR - What You Need To Know
Whilst Data Protection legislation is nothing new, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which comes into effect on 25 May 2018 - puts in place new and rigorous requirements for organisations and how they handle the personal data of EU citizens. It gives new and enhanced powers to the Data Protection Commissioner, and provides for costly fines to penalise non-compliance.Read More
24 April 2018
Parents through Surrogacy - are you eligible for leave entitlement?
For couples choosing surrogacy as a means to have a child, there can be many hurdles to overcome and issues to work through. One issue that arises time and again for intended mothers (the person who enters into a surrogacy arrangement with a surrogate mother to carry and deliver a child for them) in Ireland is that of leave - whether that is maternity leave, adoptive leave or parental leave.