Comment—the M&A secondary market in UK offshore wind

Comment—the M&A secondary market in UK offshore wind

In spite of the pandemic, the UK secondary market for offshore wind is transitioning into a mature asset class, as represented by the recent spate of M&A deals successfully run as competitive auction processes. But what are the current market dynamics, and what opportunities should lawyers be aware of?

In our latest News Analysis, Gordon Stewart, Jo En Low and Tom Jamieson of the energy-focused law firm Bracewell LLP discuss the evolution of the UK offshore secondary wind market and the conditions that have allowed it to mature, including the role of government subsidy schemes such as Renewable Obligations Certificates (ROCs) and Contracts for Difference (CfDs). They also discuss the implications for potential bidders, as well as the opportunities created by an evolving market.

Click here to read the full article: Secondary market in UK offshore wind—spinnakers out.


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