Regulation - Energy

Our firm provides ongoing regulatory counsel to a broad variety of leading companies operating in the energy field, including electricity, gas and renewable energy companies.

Our legal teams represent clients in complex regulatory matters, including obtaining power plant operation licenses, obtaining unique approvals and permits from the Energy Ministry, transfers of control, gas licenses, construction and maintenance of electricity grids, construction and maintenance of gas distribution networks, and more. In addition, our attorneys represent clients before the Electricity Authority and other regulatory entities.

Our legal teams accumulated extensive experience in the field and a deep understanding of the unique needs of those operating in it, and formed close working relations with the relevant regulatory entities. The firm possesses unique expertise in advising with regard to obtaining licenses under the Electricity Sector Law, handling complex energy agreements, and other regulatory matters. In addition, our expert attorneys lead large scale initiatives for implementing compliance programs for regulations in various fields, including electricity safety, environmental law, and others. In this capacity, our legal teams assist local and multinational companies and energy investors in meeting regulatory requirements as part of transactions, and provide ongoing counsel to various players in the energy sector regarding the ongoing compliance of their commercial activity with the dynamic regulatory environment.

In addition, as part of the unique, comprehensive service provided by our firm, our attorneys regularly advise private and public companies which operate in the energy field regarding all matters relating to environmental regulation, advising hundreds of facilities across Israel, as well as advising on the implementation of environmental management systems, advising on environmental and safety aspects, and assisting in the implementation of organizational environmental policy which is ‘beyond compliance’.