We provide effective solutions based on our thorough grasp of energy sector's complexities and needs

Energy is a fast-paced sector, with relentless changes and complexities. Given the ever-burgeoning population and demographic changes, energy remains a quintessential need for most developing countries. Our experience spans across the energy sector, including conventional sources such as oil & gas, thermal, and renewable as well as non-conventional energy such as wind, solar (including off-grid and rooftop solar projects), hybrid power, nuclear power, hydro power, bio-mass, waste-to-energy and the areas of both generation and transmission. This sets us up as the experts, advising all technological and product disruptions in the sector including energy storage, electric vehicles, offshore wind and purchase of power through financial settlement.

Our attorneys have in-depth knowledge and experience in the energy sector and are fully conversant with the needs of clients, both global and domestic. Owing to our constant interaction with regulators in India, coupled with our legal expertise, we are well poised to support our clients and help them navigate through the country’s complex regulatory regime. By staying ahead of the curve in terms of sectoral knowledge, perception of business considerations, understanding the thought process of the regulators and having a strong pulse on the regulatory framework, we are able to structure transactions which meet the objectives of our clients including several large, marquee, innovative and first-of-its-kind transactions.

• Provide strategic advice on multidisciplinary aspects of the energy sector value chain over its lifecycle.
• Sought out for our ability to counsel clients through the entire spectrum of energy transactions.
• Our team of experts are known for their sector-defining work involving several large, one-of a kind marquee deals.

Stand Out Deals

  • Energy

Electro Solaire Private Limited 7.71 Billion rupees project financing

  • Energy

SB Energy Six Private Limited US$333 million project financing