Goldfarb Seligman possesses unique expertise in the energy field, and was among the first law firms to provide legal counsel to corporations, investors and entrepreneurs operating in the field in Israel. Over the years, our attorneys accumulated significant experience and expertise regarding all legal and regulatory aspects of the energy sector. The firm’s legal teams are active in forming the regulation in the field, participating in processes which led to significant changes in the Israeli energy market over the past decade.
Our firm advises companies establishing powers plants, both large and small, in Israel and across the globe. Our attorneys provide clients with comprehensive legal services encompassing all stages of establishment, from initial development and construction stages to commercial operation. In this capacity, our legal teams advise on each stage of the process, advising on the formation of the initial conceptual idea, representing clients before regulatory entities, negotiating with contractors and suppliers, and obtaining capital through financing models tailored to the needs of the energy sector, continuing to provide ongoing counsel until the plant reaches financial closure and commercial operation.
The firm possess unique expertise and extensive experience in advising natural gas powered power plants, and advised on the establishment of Israel’s first and largest natural gas power plant. In addition, our legal teams have significant experience in advising renewable energy power plants in Israel and abroad, such as wind or solar power plants.
"Dedicated service and immaculate legal counsel."
Chambers & Partners | 2020
"Blessed with an outstanding group of professional experts working together as a team... They provide instant advice and excellent customer service."
The Legal 500 | 2020
"Goldfarb Seligman & Co.’s reputation in the power and energy sector is characterised by deep-seated experience negotiating PPPs, PFIs and BOTs."
The Legal 500 | 2018
"Principally active in the energy sector, where it is noted for advising on project development matters."
Chambers & Partners | 2017
"Particularly well recognised for its strength in electricity-related projects."