Approval procedures, commissioning, grid connections… the new “Hamburg Manual – Offshore Wind Energy from the Legal Perspective” by the Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster explains all legal and financial aspects of installing an offshore wind farm. Headed by Dr Jan Backhaus, Dabelstein & Passehl, Susanne Forysch, Norton Rose LLP, and Andreas Findeisen, Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster, around 40 authors from 17 well-established Hamburg law offices, banks, insurance companies, energy providers and other industrial companies contributed to the manual on a honorary basis. This is the first joint publication from the cluster, and was initiated by the “Financing & Law” forum.
“As a representative of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, I am happy that the networking activity of the Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster has now been made visible by the ‘Hamburg Manual – Offshore Wind Energy from the Legal Perspective’. I am convinced that this book will also be useful as a guide for international investors,” said Dr Bernd Egert, state councillor at the Hamburg Ministry of Economics, Transport and Innovation.
In Hamburg, the German centre of excellence for renewable energies and maritime business law, networking among lawyers, financial experts and insurance agents is particularly intensive. This is reflected in the work of the Renewable Energy Hamburg “Financing & Law” forum, which meets for lively discussions once every quarter and which has 50 regular participants.
Order the “Hamburg Manual – Offshore Wind Energy from the Legal Perspective”:
Price: 49.00 Euro for non-members, 39.00 Euro for cluster members, plus VAT and postage.
Go to the order form (only in German) on the Renewable Energy Hamburg website:
For further information, contact:
Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster Agency
Head of the Innovation Management