We offer clients access to a wide range of legal services with experience across all commercial sectors of the renewables sector.
We are the leading advisors in the regulatory, commercial and technical framework which underpins the development of renewable projects.
Our renewable energy legal specialists operate across national and international platforms, with a reputation envied by our competitors.
We understand key issues which affect all participants in the sector - We understand the regulatory, commercial and technical issues which underpin the development of renewable projects, including development issues (such as permitting, planning and interconnection matters), construction, bankability and advising on the financial incentives available to projects.
We know the changing face of the energy sector - Change has been a constant feature of the regulation of Australia’s energy markets at all levels. We have strong connections in the renewables industry and provide our advice with an understanding of the history and current trends in the sector.
You're in safe hands - We pride ourselves on being able to manage our client’s most difficult and important matters, whilst delivering reliable and trust worthy results. Our team comprises of specialists who are national and international experts within the renewables sector and a reputation envied by our competitors.
We have a proven track record - We have a strong history of sealing the deal and delivering positive results for our clients.
An unparalleled fee structure - We pride ourselves on delivering value for money and believe we offer a fee structure which is unparalleled within the legal market.
The Holding Redlich Renewable Energy Group have extensively represented stakeholders (both as external advisors and internal counsel) across all aspects of the renewable energy sector (including wind, solar, biomass and hydroelectric infrastructure).
10 August 2022 - Knowledge
ESG is a prominent feature in the Australian landscape and of increasing significance for government, business and the broader community. In this article, we examine some of the major drivers behind this trend.
10 August 2022 - Knowledge
Australian companies currently do not need to report on their climate-related financial risks. With a growing appetite among investors, what can companies expect to see if Australia introduces mandatory sustainability reporting requirements?
25 May 2022 - Knowledge
We look at whether parties can rely on contracts to allocate and reduce grid connection risks, and outline measures that developers, contractors, regulators and the government can adopt to improve the current situation.
09 March 2022 - Knowledge
The Climate Change Bill 2020 will create a federally legislated climate target if passed. But is it necessary to legislate our climate targets to achieve net zero?
17 November 2021 - Knowledge
A recent panel discussion highlights the opportunities, challenges and the role of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) in driving Australia’s transition to a green economy.
10 November 2021 - Knowledge
Following a recent panel discussion on the rise of hydrogen as the fuel of the future, we discuss whether Australia can develop a hydrogen market and the key ingredients it needs to succeed.
03 November 2021 - Knowledge
Australia’s Long Term Emissions Reduction Plan sets a ‘net zero emissions by 2050’ emission target. Is this a game-changer for the renewables sector?
20 October 2021 - Knowledge
The Committee has recommended three key amendments to the Offshore Electricity Infrastructure Bill 2021. The positive response could see the draft legislation pass later this year.
06 October 2021 - Knowledge
A wind farm nuisance test case currently before the Supreme Court of Victoria may have wider implications for wind farms and renewable energy targets.
22 September 2021 - Knowledge
The Federal Government has introduced the long-awaited Offshore Electricity Infrastructure Bill 2021, which will establish a framework for the construction, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of offshore electricity projects.
11 August 2021 - Knowledge
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released the first part of the Sixth Assessment Report, outlining the most up-to-date and comprehensive climate science data, as well as providing an important resource for climate litigation.