IWEA Spring Conference 2017
Event Date: 28 March 2017
We are delighted to sponsor the IWEA Spring Conference "Your Power, Your Energy, Your Future" which will take place in the Clayton Hotel, Dublin on 28 & 29 March 2017.
Partner and Head of Energy William Carmody will chair a discussion on "Future Trends in Energy" at the IWEA Annual Conference.
Meet our team of industry leaders at the event and discuss key issues for wind energy in Ireland.
William Carmody, Head of Renewable Energy
William leads our Energy and Projects team and advises a wide range of clients in the energy sector, including utilities, investors, developers, financiers and regulators. With expertise in key areas of law such as energy regulation and markets, construction, planning and environmental, real estate, banking and corporate law, we are well positioned to provide clients with the most comprehensive suite of legal advice available to the Irish energy sector.
Eoin Cassidy, Partner
Eoin is a Partner in our Construction team and practises in both contentious and non-contentious construction law. Energy is a significant part of Eoin’s expertise. He has acted for funders and developers in relation to the financing, acquisition and disposal of a significant number of wind farm projects in Ireland. He also provides on-going advice to wind farm developers on construction, planning, environmental and grid connection for projects at the pre-development and construction stage. In addition, Eoin has advised contractors on contractual issues in design, build and operate contracts for power plants.
Rory Kirrane, Partner
Rory is a Partner and Head of our Construction team. He also leads our Energy and Projects practice with Will Carmody. Rory has extensive experience in contentious and non-contentious Energy and Construction issues. Rory regularly advises on major projects, including the largest wind farms constructed in Ireland, the largest waste-to-energy facility and the largest real estate development project in Ireland.
Peter McLay, Partner
Peter is a Partner in our Energy and Natural Resources practice, advising on Irish and European law and regulation applicable to Irish energy projects. He advises project sponsors, lenders, utilities and regulatory authorities in relation to all aspects of the Irish electricity, natural gas and petroleum sectors, as well as related areas of law such as environmental permitting and energy efficiency obligations.
For more information, please contact a member of our Energy team and read our article on key topics in the Irish energy sector in 2016 here.
The content of this article is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal or other advice.