Global law firm White & Case LLP has contributed to Electricity Regulation 2017, published by Getting the Deal Through. The book covers regulations in 32 jurisdictions with information for each jurisdiction presented in an accessible question and answer format. Kirsti Massie, Head of White & Case's Global Power Industry Group, and Daniel Hagan, Head of White & Case's Energy Markets & Regulatory Practice, were Co-Contributing Editors to the book.
The publication provides an overview of the global electricity sector, and its numerous challenges. It enables investors, lenders and government agencies to easily understand and compare renewable energy laws and incentives across all 32 jurisdictions.
White & Case authored seven chapters in the book:
- Czech Republic by Vít Stehlík and David Wilhelm
- Germany by Sabine Schulte-Beckhausen, Guido Hermeier and Kristin Spiekermann
- Poland by Tomasz Chmal
- Russia by Adam Smith and Marina Rodina
- South Africa by Joz Coetzer, Matthew Richards and Brenda Migwalla
- United Kingdom by Kirsti Massi
- United States by Daniel Hagan, Jane Rueger and John Forbush
A part of the White & Case Global Power Industry Group, our Energy Markets and Regulatory Practice uses business experience and understanding of energy markets to help clients achieve their objectives. We provide regulatory and business advice guided by the commercial interests of our clients. A widely recognized practice, we were recently ranked Band 1 for Projects & Energy: Global-wide in Chambers Global 2016.
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