Alex Harrison

Alex Harrison

Partner, London

Email alex.harrison@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 2000

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish, French

Practice groupFinance

Alex Harrison is an energy partner at Hogan Lovells. He advises clients on power generation, greenfield and brownfield project development, project and structured financing, electricity regulation, electricity and emissions trading, and acquisitions and disposals across the renewables, low carbon and thermal power sectors. 

He has worked on coal, gas, LNG to power, carbon capture and storage (CCS), nuclear, wind, solar, biomass, hydro and energy storage transactions. Alex also advises clients in relation to energy transition, aggregation and digitalization issues; on electric vehicle (EV) charging and the electrification of transport and heat; and on the development, financing and regulation of grid network infrastructure assets.

Awards and recognitions

Rising Star
Legal 500

2017

Ranked
Chambers & Partners

Education and admissions

Education

M.A., University of Oxford, 2000

Memberships

Member, Law Society of England and Wales

Court admissions

England and Wales

Related Knowledge

Africa Power

Representative experience

Advising Alstom on the €12.4bn sale of power and grid businesses to General Electric and related joint ventures in grid, renewable power and nuclear sectors.

Advising a multinational engineering and construction firm on the disposal of its 50% investment in the Seagreen offshore wind farm in Scotland.

Advising lenders on a HoldCo financing in relation to First Hydro Company, which runs Dinorwing and Ffestiniog pumped storage in Wales.

Advising a leading US utility on the establishment of its GB power trading business, including licensing, industry code, regulatory and master trading agreement issues.

Advising White Rose (Alstom/Drax/Linde) in relation to the development of a £2bn coal fired carbon capture and storage plant.

Advising TAQA, Abu Dhabi’s National Energy Company, on Ghana's first independent power project and the first using project funding to expand the Takoradi power plant.

Advising a US power generation business on the development and project financing of a €1 billion 500MW coal fired independent power project (IPP) in Kosovo.

Advising a global leading solar PV developer on a global partnering agreement with an international energy major.

Advising a global leading integrated energy company in relation to the 3GW LNG to Power Programme in South Africa.

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