Our team of nuclear law experts has supported clients across a range of energy transactions relevant to both new build and decommissioning, export control, nuclear liability and domestic regulatory issues as well as environmental law, regulatory, tax and planning.
Whether you’re licensed nuclear site operators, nuclear fuel suppliers, nuclear reactor vendors, specialist nuclear services providers, contractors or another related company or organisation working in defence, education, healthcare, research or transport, our nuclear sector specialists understand the importance of being at the forefront of legal excellence, as well as technology.
We combine innovative legal solutions with an understanding of commercial needs. In a relatively new, niche market like this, few firms can claim to be genuine experts. At DWF our expertise and experience has a proven track record, working for many of the biggest names in the nuclear sector.
Africa presents an exciting prospect for investment in renewable energy. Hear the views of investors, developers and manufacturers on the challenges and opportunities for renewable energy in Africa in our report.
DWF, the global legal business as part of its continuing growth in the Middle East, has appointed Slava Kiryushin as partner and global head of energy and Abdalla Eisa as senior associate, both based in Dubai.
Global legal business, DWF, has advised EEW Capital Finance PLC in its capacity as Issuer on €200m Medium Term Note bond programme.
DWF's team in Poland advised TAURON Polska Energia S.A on the due diligence and transactional process for five wind farms belonging from in.ventus group and the receivables of Hamburg Commercial Bank AG from wind farm management companies.
Dimitris Sinaniotis, Competition Director at global legal business DWF, comments on the concerns raised by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for the proposed deal between Floatel and Prosafe.
In this Q&A article for Africa Outlook, energy expert Christian Hellmund explains why Africa is ripe for investment in its abundant potential for renewable energy generation.
On Thursday 23 August, the UK Government published 25 technical guidance notes on what a "No Deal Brexit" on 29 March 2019 would mean in practice, covering a range of issues including imports, medicines, workplace rights, financial services and the future of EU funded programmes.
Our international energy team comprises of more than 100 specialists across four continents. It draws together our in-depth knowledge and experience of the sector to deliver excellent legal advice in a commercial context.