As the world transitions to a carbon-neutral economy, London-based Partner and Chair of the EMEA EMI Group Andy Moody is joined by knowledgeable lawyers to explore trends, risks and opportunities for companies active in the energy, mining and infrastructure sector in EMEA markets that wish to embed efficient sustainability strategies at the heart of their business strategies.
Episode 2: Battery Storage
As battery energy storage systems become increasingly crucial to grid resilience and a key driver in the race to achieving the Net Zero target by 2050, the case for energy companies to consider battery storage as a valuable addition to their sustainable investments portfolios is very strong.
In this episode we explore key challenges and opportunities when developing battery storage initiatives in EU markets, regulatory frameworks for battery storage investments and support schemes that make a significant difference to the success of an energy company’s projects.
The episode features: Andy Moody (Partner, London office, Head of Disputes and Chair, EMEA Energy, Mining and Infrastructure Group) and Claire Dietz-Polte (Partner, Berlin office, member of the Baker McKenzie Public Law Practice and co-head of the German Energy & Infrastructure team).
For further reading on the topic, please see our report: Battery Storage: A Global Enabler of the Energy Transition.
Episode 1: Gas, Hydrogen, and Other Fuels under the EU Taxonomy
In this episode, Andy Moody (Partner, London; Head of Disputes and Chair, EMEA Energy, Mining and Infrastructure Group) and William-James Kettlewell (Associate, Brussels; Member of the Baker McKenzie Energy Transition Group) explore the impact of the EU Taxonomy mechanism on businesses that are active in the energy and renewables sectors, as well as risks and opportunities in the energy, mining and infrastructure sector in EMEA.