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Energy Law

Our Experiences
Our firm has a well-established energy law practice group for over two decades and participated in eight out of the nine existing conventional thermal power independent power plants in Taiwan in the areas of project development, project finance and M&A. We are deeply rooted in the renewable energy field and assisted in the first project finance for the onshore wind farm project in Taiwan in 2005. Since the government started promoting renewable energy in 2013, we have been assisting numerous international and local clients with their development and financing of renewable energy projects, especially in the offshore wind (over 6GW) and solar (over 2 GW) sectors.
Our Teams
We have over 60 professionals in our energy law practice group, including at least 10 partners and over 20 senior attorneys. Our team members have extensive experience in handling energy projects and participating in multiple milestone projects in Taiwan's energy field, including the first offshore wind project in Taiwan and acting as the project counsel for the first project finance in the offshore wind industry. Our energy practice continues to receive accolades from international professional institutions (including Asia Law, IFLR, etc.).
Our Expertises
We have extensive experience in the energy sector covering multiple types of energy projects, including onshore wind, offshore wind, solar (ground-mounted/rooftop/floating/aquaculture-solar), hydroelectric, waste to energy, and conventional thermal power. We provide a full range of services including project development, regulatory consultation, M&A, legal due diligence, land acquisition and zoning, permits and approvals consultation, contract drafting and negotiation, and project finance. We also cover all other legal aspects of energy projects, including corporate governance, labor, tax, fair trade, environmental laws and dispute resolution.
Scope of Services
Awards and Honors
Milestone Cases
Wind Projects
Solar Projects
Conventional Thermal Power