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Guiding you through challenging energy projects

How do you navigate the key steps in the development of an energy project in a rapidly changing environment? Talk to our team to find out how we can support you through each step of your projects.

The energy sector is changing rapidly. International markets present opportunities, but bring challenges from funding and regulation through to technology, innovation and supply-chain. Regardless of the jurisdiction, you will need to overcome an ever evolving legal framework whilst managing your exposure to risk, so it’s vital that you are advised by specialists when you are considering the strategy for your next energy project.

DWF has global expertise, from the inception of a project through to commissioning and disposal including: consenting, licensing, procurement, financing, construction, generation, distribution, storage and supply of energy.

Wherever in the world you are considering expanding your business or developing new projects, there are vital areas that you must consider. These are our six steps for managing energy projects effectively.

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Talk to our team to find out how we can support you through each step of your projects.

Watch our film to see how project development challenges are being tackled in Africa.

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