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We provide comprehensive legal assistance to entities operating in the conventional, nuclear and renewable energy sector, to companies in the cogeneration and heating sector, and entities operating in the gas and liquid fuels sector, including leading domestic and international energy concerns.
Within this specialisation we provide:
For many years now, together with business, financial and technical advisers we have carried out multi-team projects that are key for the energy sector.
News | 13.09.2023 In this year's edition of the ranking published by the IFLR1000 publication, our law firm was again recommended in all seven practice areas.
Deals corner | 12.09.2023 DZP advised the Enea Group's Enea Nowa Energia, part of the largest Poland's energy concerns, on the acquisition a 19.8 MW wind farm project from the Swedish company OX2 Holding Poland, the transaction value is in excess of EUR 57 million.
Deals corner | 08.09.2023 ENGIE Zielona Energia, a leader on the renewable energy market in Poland, has finalised the third tranche of the purchase of five photovoltaic farms with a total capacity of 12.97 MW. The seller is Columbus Energy, a leading service provider on the modern energy market in Poland.
Alert | 08.09.2023 Undertakings having or planning to have their own RES sources will be able to off-take energy from them without paying distribution charges, the new regulations came into force on 7 September 2023
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