Nick Stalbow is a partner in our corporate practice
Nick has worked exclusively in the waste and biomass sector since 2005, including a number of recycling, renewable energy and renewable heat projects.
He has advised on numerous waste infrastructure projects through to financial close, mainly in the UK (which has seen the most activity in the sector over the last decade). This includes leading on a number of the major project-financed PPP/PFI schemes, such as Greater Manchester (EfW), BDR (MBT), Derby City/Derbyshire (gasification) and Edinburgh/Midlothian (EfW). He has advised a number of schemes that are supported by merchant (i.e. private sector) waste feedstocks, such as Runcorn Phase 2 (EfW), Tilbury biomass (EfW), Port of Hull (gasification), Boston (gasification), Port of Barry (gasification), Kemsley CHP (EfW), Newark CHP (EfW), Leeming (anaerobic digestion), New Mill (anaerobic digestion), and Brocklesby (anaerobic digestion).
Since 2010, Nick has advised sponsors including Shanks, FCC, Wheelabrator Technologies, the UK Green Investment Bank, Aviva Investors, John Laing Infrastructure, ESB, Impetus, Viridor, Verus Energy, Biogen and Iona Capital. During that period, Nick has also advised senior lenders to waste and biomass projects including Investec, Siemens, Rabobank, Credit Agricole, NIBC, Nord LB, SMBC and Bayern LB.