Energetic Sector

The energetic sector is also covered area by the Office in the process of issuing licenses before the Regulatory Commission of Energy, issuing approvals for connection to the energetic network, building of power, gas and hydro plants, preparation and submission of energy license application, and review of standard trading agreements. We have a wide-ranging energy practice that handles both regulatory and transactional matters. Our Law Office represents international enterprises with different interests in the energy industry, for example heat and gas producing companies, project developers, equipment manufacturers, major construction companies, power traders and financial institutions. From obtaining licenses and permits to structuring ownership relations, our specialized lawyers have advised clients on every aspect of energy project development and finance.

We have been engaged for work pertaining to energy license for hydro and power plants which included incorporation of a local subsidiary and preparation and submission of energy license application to the Regulatory Commission of Macedonia. Following the successful procurement of the license and the incorporation of a local subsidiary, our Office has been involved in dealing with the variety of legal issues that arise in the energy industry. These involve land use, project finance, buying, selling and leasing property to joint venture, investment structures, financing, planning and construction projects.

With respect to the legal support to the construction projects as a necessary part in the process of construction of energetic objects, our firm offers wide range of services from the very start of the project (obtaining of relevant clearances and permits), throughout its implementation (drafting construction agreements including the agreements pursuant to Macedonian rules), until its completion (registering the building with the cadastral register).
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