Energy is one of our chosen sectors, which means much of our time and resource is focused upon it, ensuring we are at the forefront of developments in the sector and are best placed to make a positive difference to our clients.

Our energy sector team is made up of lawyers from across the firm, all of whom act for clients active, or with an interest, in the sector. The knowledge the team brings across the many dimensions of the energy landscape allows us to give you clear, concise advice - combined with strong commercial flair - to deliver bespoke solutions, when you need them.

Operating within the energy sector is incredibly complex, exciting and fast moving, with unrivalled opportunities. With deep rooted experience and knowledge, we’ll collaborate with you and give you insightful, practical advice that looks to the future.

We use original thinking in our everyday work, delivering bespoke solutions - designed to innovate and inspire.

Top ranked in Legal 500, our energy sector team delivers innovative and intuitive solutions for our clients, supporting utilities, developers, funders and others across the energy sector to make the most of the opportunities that exist in this diverse and fast-paced industry.


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.  

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Latest Energy News

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

23 November 2017
The UK's exit from the EU is the defining issue of our time for UK businesses. But the impact goes beyond the UK. Potentially, every business sector across Europe could be affected, and the energy sector is no exception. read

14 November 2017
Andrew Whitehead looks at how leaving the EU will affect the functioning of the UK energy market, especially the building and funding of electricity interconnectors. read

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