Energy is one of the most important and fast changing industrial sectors both on a global level, as well as on a national level in Bulgaria. The worldwide problems related to greenhouse gas emissions reduction, growing global demand, security of supply and ageing energy assets are combined with the local specifics of Bulgarian energy market, such as: difficult transition from a regulated and centralized to liberalized market, insufficient grid capacity and need of significant investments for development and extension of the electricity grid, increasing electricity prices, etc.
The above specifics combined with the technical progress, increasing competition and stricter and constantly changing regulations require new and complex products and flexible approach.
Our team has the industry specific knowledge, experience and know-how combined with many years of advising on various areas of law. Therefore, we are capable of providing tailored advice meeting our clients’ complex needs and supporting them in each stage of their investments.
Our lawyers have advised numerous national and international energy suppliers and industrial enterprises in the energy sector involved in different activities (generation, transmission, distribution and supply, trading) and in different energy sectors (e.g. electricity, heating, renewables).
We have solid experience in renewables, as a hot topic of the sector over the last few years. Our services include among all: due diligence of renewable projects in different stage of their development, assistance in acquisition and/or disposal of such projects, drafting of joint-development agreements, regulatory advice on project development, etc.
We render a vast variety of services in the energy sector, including:
Acting for The Walt Disney Company in a dispute
TWDC is a global media player whose TV channels are distributed, inter alia, to Bulgarian viewers. NBLO assisted TWDC’s London office and TWDC’s English counsel in a dispute with a Bulgarian media sales agent which had withheld substantial sales revenue from our client in breach of contract. The dispute was governed by English law but involved substantial Bulgarian law issues relating to insolvency, civil procedure (including in particular enforcement, interim relief, issues of corporate capacity and private international law.
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