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Renewable Energy | Pepperells

Renewable Energy


What is renewable energy?

Renewable energy is defined as a source of energy that is not depleted by use including;

  • Hydropower
  • Wind
  • Solar Power

Landowners, property owners and farmers are fast becoming involved in the renewable energy sector and they are receiving the benefits for doing so. Many landowners are utilising their agricultural land to generate renewable energy through wind turbines and solar energy. At Pepperells we can advise you on leases, transport, maintenance and intellectual property rights of renewable energy products.

Renewable energy sectors

The renewable energy sector can be split into 5 distinct categories;

  • Wind farms
  • Agricultural
  • Marine and fisheries
  • Tidal stream and wave energy
  • Waste to energy, Gas storage and biofuel

We have an extensive commercial client database and our understanding of business will ensure all legal aspects you require are dealt with in a professional manner. Our ethos is client satisfaction, we pride our work on the results we achieve and meeting our clients needs.

Our Renewable energy team can provide advice on all aspects of the sector including;

  • Commercial property
  • Planning law
  • Environmental law
  • Employment
  • Litigation
  • Debt collection
  • Contract drafting
  • Negotiation
  • Dispute resolution
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