Event | 03.02.2020
On 15 January 2020, the Polish government announced a draft Act on the Promotion of Offshore Wind Energy, which sets out a new regulatory environment for the development of offshore projects in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea.
Event | 06.11.2019
Please join us for a discussion of the current Polish regulatory regime for renewables. Speakers: Rafał Hajduk and Grzegorz Filipowicz.
Event | 24.09.2019
Please join us for a discussion of the current Polish regulatory regime for renewables. Our webinar will take place on 24 September.
Deals corner | 27.08.2019
DZP has advised Impax Asset Management on the sale of a 42 MW wind farm in Kisielice to a Green Investment Group investment fund.
Deals corner | 30.03.2018
We advised Tauron in the execution of agreements determining the conditions of involvement of Investment Funds in the development of an energy unit.
Deals corner | 20.12.2017
On 19 December a commissioning report was signed for a 1,075 MW energy unit at Enea Wytwarzanie's Kozienice Power Plant. DZP advised Enea on implementation of this coal-fired energy unit.
Publication | 15.12.2017
In September 2016, the Ministry of Energy announced a plan for the development of electromobility, with an initial draft act on electromobility and alternative fuels being announced on 27 April 2017.
News | 02.04.2017
The Partners in DZP were joined by Rafał Hajduk, who will lead the energy sector advisory team in the Infrastructure and Energy Practice. Together with Rafał DZP is joined by 4 lawyers.
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