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Hot Topics for the Energy Transition

CMS Energy & Climate Change

With more than 450 energy and climate change lawyers, including over 100 partners, the CMS Energy and Climate Change practice is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Led from its centres of excellence such as London and Aberdeen, the practice works across 75 offices globally.

Our early work in designing and implementing modern energy markets and subsequently guiding the sector in the push to decarbonisation means CMS is not only a transactional or project adviser to the sector, but uniquely placed to help shape its present and future. We can help by giving you our advice and comprehensive knowledge on the topics listed below.

Please also see our CMS Energy Global Experience publication.

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