Our planning, property and construction experts have significant experience advising on projects in the solar and renewable energy sector. This experience includes specialised site due diligence, planning approvals, foreign investment approval, project development, corporate structuring, debt and equity arrangements, EPC, O&M, electricity connection and regulation and the sale processes.
In recent times, we have worked (and continue to work) on a number of renewable energy projects, such as:
- Advising the proponents of numerous behind the meter solar and BESS facilities, clients have included Mondo Power, BlueScope Steel, Origin Energy, Hanwha, the GFG Group and Martin Energy
- Acting for the developers of the Sydney Business Park (one of Australia’s largest business parks) on the development and installation of an integrated network and solar facility within the business park
- Advising the Victorian Minister for Planning in relation to the approval of the Toolern Vale Solar Farm and BESS and related VCAT appeal by objectors
- Advising Infinergy on its Argyle Solar Farm in NSW including on process to amend plans to facilitate Grid Connection and on the Statement of Environmental Effects
- Advising Equis on its proposal for a behind the metre Solar Farm and BESS to service an industrial precinct in regional Victoria
- Advising EPS Energy on its arrangements with AMP Energy for the development of its 1GW portfolio of solar projects (and associated 500MW/2000MWh co-located BESS portfolio)
- Advising Enzen as EPC contractor and O&M services provider for the Byford Solar Project, three linked solar farms with approx. 40MW capacity accompanied by battery storage of 150MW.
- Advising the developers of the Rangoon 130MW wind farm (and associated BESS) on development arrangements with Meridian Energy
- Advising AusNet on its participation in the development of a 300MW battery adjacent to its terminal station in Geelong
- Advising EBL (a Swiss utility) on a linear Fresnel concentrating solar power facility (incorporating molten salt storage) in Sicily
Property & Projects| 14 Mar 2022
Partner Katrina Reye shares her thoughts on what the 2022 property market looks like for the Newcastle Hunter region.
Property & Projects| 02 Feb 2022
The Victorian Government has extended the Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme (CTRS) until 15 March 2022 in an effort to further mitigate the effect of COVID-19 measures on Victorian small businesses.
Property & Projects| 08 Nov 2021
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, there have been noticeable supply chain disruptions and shortages in materials affecting the construction industry, resulting in both prolonged delays and increased costs for many projects.