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Community Energy

Community energy schemes occupy a position between micro-generation and projects of commercial scale, and have the potential to transform our economic and social landscape.

Community energy can deliver sustainable communities, creating employment and training opportunities across a wide range of skills, and promoting equitable and ethical business models, all underpinned by a sense of common purpose. Community Energy has been described as a sleeping giant that’s slowly waking up.

Our lawyers can help community energy groups to incorporate, using governance structures which balance democratic community ownership with effective business management – allowing you to focus on the things that count.

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Brexit-energy-insights

Read our latest insights report for an in-depth look at how Brexit will impact the energy sector, a prediction of the key discussion points for the negotiators, and the changes we expect to see as the UK adapts its domestic energy policy agenda to align with a post-Brexit world.  

 

Latest Energy News

11 July 2018
Our energy projects team have recently guided Newark-based SHARC Energy Systems in the completion of a deal for an undisclosed sum to supply heat to a huge redevelopment project at Clyde Gateway, just outside Glasgow. read

21 February 2018
We have recently expanded our team of specialist energy solicitors by welcoming into our Nottingham office Rachel Kent and Isaac Murdy. read

30 November 2017
Law firm Shakespeare Martineau has assisted energy company npower with its aim to alleviate the ‘heat or eat’ dilemma, which is faced by many people across the UK each winter. read

Meet the Team

We’re passionate about providing the right solutions and driven to make a positive difference in everything we do.

"They are very professional, respond promptly, always discuss the monthly bill and have, so far, provided us with excellent advice in connection with employment issues. I have been very satisfied."

Andrew Argyle LLB, Practice Director, Potter Clarkson LLP