When investing in renewable energy sources, it is essential to have an adviser with thorough knowledge of the regulations of the sector – nationally and globally. Because energy agreements often cross borders and legislation.
We especially focus on renewable energy and have a thorough knowledge of this area. Our lawyers advise all parties of the sector, including multinational suppliers, trading companies, and the European energy front runners within solar, wind, and cleantech.
Especially, we advise on:
- Internationale negotiations
- Drafting of agreements concerning purchase and sale of energy
- Agreements and tariffs regarding transport of energy
- Competition law issues and environmental law issues within the area
- Oil, gas, and mining production
- Exploration, storage, and distribution of energy
With expertise in the energy and clean tech sectors, NJORD Law Firm is noted for its expertise in solar energy, wind power and onshore and offshore energy infrastructure projects. The practice also advises on the planning, development and execution phases of energy projects. Practice co-head Claas Thöle focuses on the Danish and German law aspects of commercial, corporate and renewable energy regulations, while co-head Thomas Ryhl assists with regulatory matters and the establishment of cross-border energy networks.
NJORD Law Firm focuses on the renewable energy sector with expertise across contentious and non-contentious matters. Thomas Ryhl is an expert in regulatory issues and advised a green technology company on its development of charging stations with an energy company and automobile manufacturer. Claas Thöle is also noteworthy and is highly skilled in renewable energy transactions.
NJORD Law Firm regularly acts for international clients, such as Vattenfall and EWII, in energy-related disputes and transactions in Northern Europe. The team consists of Thomas Ryhl, who is specialised in regulatory matters, and litigator Steffen Hebsgaard Muff, as well as Claas Thöle and Stefan Reinel, both qualified lawyers in Denmark and Germany.
NJORD Law Firm’s ‘extremely helpful’ practice is jointly led by Thomas Ryhl and Claas Thöle. The firm has a particular expertise in renewable energy, such as clean-tech, wind or solar energy. Stefan Reinel, who has ‘an impeccably in-depth knowledge of German and Danish energy law’, recently represented Vattenfall in claims against DONG Energy regarding electricity supply.