The no vote in Scotland - A closer look at Energy

DWF has a strong Scottish offering and works for a number of major clients with interests in the country. From a business perspective, the issues around currency, regulatory environments and EU membership no longer need to be resolved; but clients can be reassured that DWF understands the changing situation, and can be relied on to offer solutions whatever happens with newly devolved powers.

Following the outcome of the Referendum on 18 September, the position of the energy sector within Scotland remains uncertain, particularly the extent, if any, to which energy may be devolved in whole or in part. In the light of this uncertainty, we have identified a number of questions and issues to be aware of.

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Scottish No Vote Energy

This information is intended as a general discussion surrounding the topics covered and is for guidance purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice and should not be regarded as a substitute for taking legal advice. DWF is not responsible for any activity undertaken based on this information.

David Gilchrist

Partner - Head of Gas and Electricity

A partner in our Corporate and Commercial team in Scotland, I am a member of our Energy and Industrials Steering Group and lead the Scottish CR team.