international arbitration

Renewable Energy Disputes

Experts in renewable energy disputes

With the world demanding more green energy, the transition to renewables is high on the agenda for governments, energy companies and investors in the energy sector. Investments are surging across all forms of renewable energy, in both developed and developing economies.

As with any fast-moving industry, the opportunity for growth brings with it significant legal and commercial risk. The scope for conflict between industry players is significant - whether in the form of changing regulatory landscapes, technical challenges with new technologies, or existing technologies used in novel and more challenging environments, or the perennial problem of managing time and cost on major projects.

Ashurst has extensive experience of advising on renewable energy disputes, including acting as legal counsel and advocates in arbitration proceedings. We work as a single cross-border team and alongside our market-leading transactional energy specialists to provide a seamless and informed service to clients. Our experience and unparalleled industry knowledge ensures we avoid, mitigate, manage and resolve our clients’ disputes in the most efficient, commercial and cost-effective manner possible.

For more detail on our experience and global capabilities see our international arbitration page.




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