On 31 July 2023, the government issued a call for evidence on introducing Fixed Price Certificates into the RO scheme from 2027. You can submit your views until 9 October 2023.
Watson Farley & Williams advised Logista Italia S.p.A. on the acquisition of Gramma Farmaceutici, a provider of logistics services to the Italian pharmaceutical industry.
We advised the Eavor Technologies Inc. Group on Chubu Global Investment B.V.’s acquisition of a 40% stake in the Geretsried geothermal project in Bavaria.
This transaction resulted from HSBC’s decision to sell its Greek shipping portfolio, of which Piraeus Bank acquired the highest number of loans.
Watson Farley & Williams advised Nai Int. Ltd. on the purchase of eight vessels from Vassholmen Shipping Ltd.
Drawing on a series of in-depth interviews and a global survey of circa 500 senior industry leaders, our follow-up report examines the shipping world’s views on ESG and what actions it is taking as a result.
Watson Farley & Williams advised Atlante S.r.l. on its acquisition of Ressolar S.r.l.’s e-mobility business unit, representing a key turning point for e-mobility in Northern Italy and a boost towards accelerating the energy transition in the automotive sector.
WFW strengthens regulatory practice with new Financial Services Regulatory partner hire12 January 2023
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Agrivoltaic plants are hybrid installations that promote efficient cooperation between the energy, food and agriculture sectors. This cooperation creates favourable microclimates for the growth of certain crops. Benefits range from efficient food production to water saving and enhanced energy production from renewable sources.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised Encavis AG on the acquisition of the 55 MW Fundici photovoltaic currently under development in Spain from its developer Hive Energy.