Veolia provides water, wastewater, waste disposal and energy supply services at approximately 250 sites In Germany.
On 5 December 2022, the long-awaited Russian oil price cap measures and related sanctions came into effect. This article highlights some of the challenges and risks that may be posed to the maritime industry in attempting to comply.
WFW advises Enervie on first-of-its-kind German municipal energy and water supply outsourcing agreement24 November 2022
Structured as an operating lease model the agreement was signed in November.
BayWa r.e. Bioenergy GmbH owns two operational biomethane plants in Germany with an installed capacity of 19 MWth.
Upon completion the plant will be able to thermally treat up to 240,000 tons of public and commercial waste from the greater Wiesbaden area each year.
In this webinar, Partner Dr Christine Bader and NERA’s Dominik Huebler will present a perspective on the latest changes to the German Offshore Wind landscape from legal and economic perspectives.
WFW advises Commerz Real, Ingka Investments and KGAL on acquisition of remaining 20%-stake in German Veja Mate offshore wind farm13 July 2022
Located circa 95 km northwest of the island of Borkum in the North Sea, Veja Mate has a total installed capacity of 402 MW and is Germany’s third-largest offshore wind farm.
With this acquisition, enercity doubles its total wind power capacity to 712 MW and becomes one of the largest players in German onshore wind.
The refinancing of Deutsche Bucht offshore windfarm that WFW advised on, has won the Top Refinancing award at inspiratia’s Energy and Sustainability Awards.
The deal was signed 29th September 2021 and is expected to close by the end of the year.