Schoenherr has advised Kommunalkredit Austria AG, the arranger and original lender, on Czech and Slovak acquisition financing provided to Enery Development for the acquisition of six 21 MW solar power plants in the Czech Republic and two 4 MW solar power plants in the Slovak Republic from Czech fund Green Horizon Renewables. CMS reportedly advised Enery and Badokh reportedly advised Green Horizon Renewables.
Kommunalkredit focuses on energy & environment, social infrastructure, communications & digitalization, natural resources, and transport on the infrastructure market. As a specialized bank it advises, structures, and funds senior debt and mezzanine structures.
Enery Development is an Austrian company investing in renewable energy that is jointly owned by its founders, Richard Koenig and Lukas Nemec, and Austrian renewables company RP Global.
Schoenherr’s team in Prague included Partner Vladimir Cizek, Attorneys Ondrej Havlicek and Jiri Marek, and Associate Tomas Jansa. Its team in Bratislava included Partner Sona Hekelova and Attorney Alexandra Adamcikova, and its team in Vienna was led by Partner Martin Ebner.
Editor's note: After this article was published CEE Legal Matters learned that CMS' team in Prague included Partners Lukas Janicek and Pavla Kreckova, Ana Radnev, Counsel Patrik Przyhoda, Associates Lukas Vymola, Stepan Havranek, Lukas Reichmann, Lenka Kucerova, and Barbora Sevcikova, and Lawyer Hana Ricankova, and its team in Bratislava included Partner Michal Hutan, Senior Associate Zuzana Nikodemova and Dusan Predny, and Associate Martin Balaz.
CEE Legal Matters also learned that Badokh's team included Partner Ondrej Hampl and Advocates Tomas Zagar, Ondrej Reiser, and Julia Kasandova.