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WFW advises Sunprime on largest Italian greenfield rooftop and ground mounted solar PV financing to date

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Sunprime, through its subsidiaries Sunprime Generation Srl and Sunprime Energia Distribuita Srl, with the support of its investors Noy Infrastructure & Energy Investment Fund (“Noy Fund”) and Nofar Energy (“Nofar”), on a €150m project finance loan granted...

WFW advises New Developments on floating offshore wind joint venture with GR Value

Watson Farley & Williams ('WFW') has advised New Developments on its joint venture with GR Value to develop the "Elymo" and "Apeneste" floating offshore wind projects. "Elymo" is a 1020 MW floating offshore wind farm comprising 68 wind turbines in the Strait of Sicily, "Apeneste"...

WFW advises Enervie on first-of-its-kind German municipal energy and water supply outsourcing agreement

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Enervie Group (“Enervie”) on its outsourcing agreement with the German municipalities of Plettenberg and Werdohl in the North-Rhine Westphalia region to manage their gas and water supply for an initial term of 10 years on a fixed...

WFW advising Societe Generale on proposed acquisition of PayXpert

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Societe Generale on the signing of an agreement to acquire a majority stake in PayXpert, a fintech company specialising in payment services. The proposed acquisition would allow Societe Generale to broaden its offering for retail and online merchants...

WFW announces partnership with Fifth Day

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) is delighted to announce that it has become a member of Fifth Day, an organisation that promotes non-legal pro bono opportunities for business operations teams, aiming to provide and encourage more skilled volunteering opportunities to employees in areas such...

WFW advises Tikehau Capital on a €50m investment programme for agri-PV project with NovaFrance Energy

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised alternative asset manager Tikehau Capital on its contractual partnership with specialist renewable energy developer NovaFrance Energy to finance a €50m multi-year investment programme in agri-photovoltaic projects in France. Tikehau Capital’s Green Assets impact fund will finance a programme...