Shepherd and Wedderburn is delighted to be headline sponsor of All-Energy – the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference – for the fourth consecutive year.

All-Energy is a unique opportunity to share knowledge, forge business relationships and help chart the future direction of one of Scotland’s most dynamic and innovative sectors. Our clean energy team will be on hand to provide legal and commercial updates, meet clients and contacts and share our market-leading expertise.

Join us on Stand D18 or at one of our speaker sessions for specialist legal and commercial insights into the trends affecting the clean energy sector, from offshore wind development and sustainable cities to energy efficiency and marine renewables.

Shepherd and Wedderburn’s speakers at All-Energy 2019

Our expert clean energy team is at the forefront of the energy and natural resources sector, and has an exceptional reputation for successfully advising leading organisations on a variety of complex and innovative projects.

Clare Foster

Clare Foster, Head of Clean Energy, is a highly regarded practitioner in the project finance market, advising clients on projects spanning the energy sector spectrum, including onshore wind, offshore wind, biomass, energy efficiency, tidal and small scale renewables.

Scotland in 2050: Clean Energy – realising our potential, domestically and internationally
Wednesday 15 May | 11.00am - 12.30pm

Patricia Hawthorn

Patricia Hawthorn will be opening the session on offshore wind, exploring what opportunities lie ahead for the industry. She is a leading expert on consenting, regulatory and compliance matters in relation to renewable technologies from offshore wind to EfW to wave and tidal.

Offshore Wind 1: the way forward
Offshore Wind Theatre (Lomond Auditorium)
Wednesday 15 May | 11.00am - 12.30pm

Liz McRobb

Liz McRobb is a recognised specialist advising on large regulatory or commercial projects in the energy sector, and has advised on every major electricity market restructuring in the UK since 1989.

Corporate PPAs
Thursday 16 May | 11.00am - 12.30pm

Stephen Maughan

Stephen advises clients on renewable energy construction projects and major infrastructure projects across a range of sectors, and has spent time spent in-house with one of the UK’s largest onshore and offshore wind developers.

Decommissioning Offshore Wind
Offshore Wind Quick Fire Seminar Theatre
Wednesday 15 May | 1.30pm - 2.00pm

Scott McCallum

Scott has extensive experience advising on planning and environmental matters, including consenting, planning appeals (including inquiries), planning agreements, environmental impact assessment, judicial review, pollution incidents and enforcement.

Decommissioning Offshore Wind
Offshore Wind Quick Fire Seminar Theatre
Wednesday 15 May | 1.30pm - 2.00pm

Susan Swan

Susan has been providing grid, regulatory and commercial advice to clients in the energy sector for ten years, with time spent in-house with an offshore wind developer, a major utility and the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult.

The current state of the sector and the future opportunity that commercialisation of marine offers for young professionals in renewables
Wave and Tidal Quick Fire Showfloor Seminar Theatre
Thursday 16 May | 12.00pm - 12.30pm


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