Dentons’ Energy and Natural Resources practice in Warsaw has advised Enlight Renewable Energy on the construction and financing of a wind farm near the Adriatic port of Split in Croatia. The total capacity of the wind farm is 49 MW.
Enlight Renewable Energy is a leading project developer that operates on a large scale globally, having successfully executed over 150 wind and solar projects in Israel and Europe. The company is currently operating, constructing and developing over 1GW of projects.
Counsel Agnieszka Kulinska, supervised by Arkadiusz Krasnodębski, Poland Managing Partner and Head of the Warsaw and European Energy and Natural Resources practice, provided legal advisory concerning the preparation of construction and maintenance contracts for the wind farm, including the balance of plant agreement, operations and maintenance agreement for the substation, the turbine supply agreement, and the full services agreement. She also represented the client in negotiations throughout the project. The Warsaw-based team led this project as foreign experts, coordinating the work of local advisors in Croatia.
Dentons announced that it was unable to provide information about the local advisors in Croatia.