HWL Ebsworth has advised Planet Ark Power, an Australian renewable energy engineering firm, in the transformation of the IKEA retail outlet in Adelaide into an unconstrained, grid-connected commercial microgrid.
The HWL Ebsworth team was led by partner Nick Karagiannis. Our team assisted with the suite of documentation connected to the microgrid project, including battery supply arrangements, EPCM and technical management agreements and security documentation.
The IKEA Australia Clean Energy Transformation Project will transition IKEA Adelaide to operating with 100% renewable energy by 2025 and will generate low cost and clean energy for the Adelaide community. The project is being run in conjunction with Planet Ark Power, the South Australian Government, SA Power Networks and Epic Energy.
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HWL Ebsworth is the largest legal partnership in Australia according to the most recent partnership surveys published by The Australian and the Australian Financial Review.
The firm comprises 1,391 staff including 269 Partners, 790 other legal staff and 332 support staff across offices in nine locations – Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Hobart, Norwest (North West Sydney), Perth and Sydney.
HWL Ebsworth is an independent, nationally integrated, full service commercial law firm, providing tailored and commercially oriented legal services.
HWL Ebsworth operates a different business model to the other leading national law practices, and this allows us to offer unrivalled value for money without compromising quality and service. Our low ratio of solicitors to partners ensures that our clients receive optimal access to partner resources for all matters.
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