A Net Zero System
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We have an integrated specialist practice with a truly global footprint who specialise in the full range of energy transition projects and the trading of green energy products.
Energy storage, particularly by battery, is a new and exciting field of development. Low-cost and large-scale storage could transform the power landscape. The implications are huge for the industry.
Using 'alternative fuels' means we need to develop new ways of powering and recharging the solutions we develop. These may be on-the-street EV charging stations; at home power sources or larger scale hydrogen storage facilities. Each one of these brings with it, its own unique set of regulatory, financing and development challenges.
Linklaters has been involved in some of the digital infrastructure sector’s leading deals for many years. The remit of the team has widened as the market has grown to incorporate a growing number of digital infrastructure assets, including fibre, data centres and towers.
There has been a flurry of recent announcements on the potential for clean hydrogen to propel the global energy transition. There is a clear sense in which clean hydrogen is viewed by many countries as the “missing link” required in order to achieve a fully functioning net zero economy consistent with their Paris Agreement objectives.
We offer market leading expertise across all the legal issues which shape the international nuclear industry.
Transport is one of the largest greenhouse gas emitting sectors. A transition to low carbon transport will offer significant opportunities, provided that the right policies and partnerships are developed and implemented.