Eversheds launches second edition of Middle East Renewable Energy Guide
With the MENA region becoming an ever increasing force in the renewable energy space, law firm Eversheds has released the second edition of its comprehensive guide which examines the current landscape and development potential in the region.
The Eversheds Clean Energy Team has partnered with PwC’s Middle East Sustainability and Renewables Centre of Excellence to produce ‘Developing Renewable Energy Projects: A guide to achieving success in the Middle East’.
In addition to a full analysis of the renewable energy market across five jurisdictions (Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates), the second edition identifies the main issues affecting the industry and the key drivers for growth in the sector across the Middle East.
Designed for renewable energy executives and the financial services and investment sectors, the guide provides analysis of the key drivers in each jurisdiction, examination of each region’s market readiness, a breakdown of the current project status, overview of the regulatory policies and governing laws, and a summary of investment project opportunities.
The guide was launched at this year’s World Future Energy Summit (WFES) hosted in Abu Dhabi on 19-22 January 2015.
Eversheds clean energy group
The Eversheds clean energy group has advised on over 30GW of renewable energy projects globally.
Our team is focussed on advising across all technologies from solar, onshore and offshore wind to biomass, hydro, waste to energy and geothermal. We specialise in covering the full project lifecycle from securing bankable and marketable development
Our team has over 100 lawyers focussed on the sector based around the world and in the Middle East there are teams in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Qatar.
|Eversheds was awarded ‘Legal Advisor of the Year’ and Michelle T. Davies was named ‘Solar Woman of the Year’ at the 2014 Middle East Solar Awards.|
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