A refreshed approach to provision of infrastructure, the way it is paid for and the ability to seek long term investment for assets with 50+ years lifespan means there is a changing view of the way in which utilities may be provided.
Companies which specialise in the supply and management of utilities are becoming more prevalent and sourcing funding more readily. Managing utilities within communities is becoming a normal aspect, alongside the traditional provision by the utility companies themselves.
- Competition and Markets Authority investigations into utility companies
- Joint operating agreements among utility companies
- Regulatory compliance for gas and electricity supply licensees
- Application and acquisition of electricity and gas supply licenses
- Structure and management of energy supply companies (ESCO’s)
- Structure and management of multi-utility supply companies (MUSCO’s)
- Advice on water and wastewater regulatory compliance and legislative standards
- Advice on business separation for domestic and non-domestic water supply
- Electricity, gas and energy trading contracts (EFET, ISDA, GTMA, NBP, IETA).