In 2020, approximately 30% of the energy consumed in Denmark must be produced by renewable energy sources – a considerable part of which must come from offshore and coastal wind turbines. To reach this target, the sector is now challenged to expand wind energy at a time when foreign players are entering the Danish market to compete for new orders.
Kromann Reumert's Energy Law group includes Denmark's leading specialists, providing expert advice on the legal and commercial aspects of wind energy. As advisers on most of Denmark’s wind projects to date, we have unique knowledge of the industry's special regulatory framework. We have also developed considerable international experience through foreign projects in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Turkey, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and elsewhere.
We combine our commercial understanding with industry knowledge, and are experienced in advising small and large entities on major wind farm projects.
Our advice includes:
- Regulatory frameworks, requirements for offshore wind farms, coastal and onshore wind turbines, as well as negotiation and conclusion of Turbine Supply Agreements
- Sale, purchase and financing of offshore wind farms and coastal wind turbines
- Company structures and partner models for offshore wind farms and coastal wind turbines
- Project development
- Due diligence investigations for existing projects