Clarke Willmott is one of the UK’s leading law firms, with offices in Cardiff, Bristol, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Taunton and Southampton. The firm offers services for both businesses and individuals, with expertise in many areas, including technology, nuclear energy and renewable energy.

The legal specialists in nuclear energy and national infrastructure have extensive experience advising on major strategic projects. Clarke Willmott has built up a strong reputation supporting the construction of Hinkley Point C, the first new UK nuclear power plant to be built in over a generation and one of the largest construction projects ever undertaken in the UK.

On an on-going basis, the nuclear energy team at Clarke Willmott proactively support a number of Tier 1 preliminary and site operations consortia on NEC3 contracts, with contract values exceeding £500 million to ensure that the project runs smoothly. Clarke Willmott is increasingly supporting these contractors and consortia as the projects move into the civils then mechanical, electrical and air conditioning phases.

The nuclear and national infrastructure team at Clarke Willmott work with clients to identify potential risks and opportunities by providing practical advice for the businesses to bridge any legal or contractual obstacles.

Clarke Willmott’s nationally rated renewable energy team takes pride in staying up to date with developments in the industry and has built up vast expertise in the legal requirements of most renewable technologies, including onshore wind, solar, biomass, waste to energy and anaerobic digestion.

Specialists at Clarke Willmott deliver seamless, sector-focused legal advice on all aspects of renewable energy work to clients that include landowners, developers, contractors and funders. The team works with these clients from the very start of a project through to acquisition, financing, construction, regulation, commissioning and connecting to the grid.

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