Alex Harrison

Alex Harrison

Partner, London

Email alex.harrison@​

Phone +44 20 7296 5853

Fax +44 20 7296 2001


Practice groupFinance

Alex is an energy lawyer who advises market participants on complex greenfield and brownfield project development, project and structured financing, electricity regulation and industry codes and mergers and acquisitions in the Renewable Energy and Power sectors. He has particular experience of Electricity Market Reform, Contracts for Difference, carbon capture and storage, solar, wind, tidal, energy from waste and electricity and heat power purchase, off-take and supply agreements, as well as regulated asset and PPP models.Alex also advises clients in the Transport, Utilities, Oil and Gas and Mining sectors.

Education and admissions


MA Jurisprudence, Pembroke College

LL.M., Warwick University


Member, Law Society of England and Wales

Court admissions

England and Wales

Related Knowledge

Africa Power

Representative experience

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

Advising Infracapital in relation to its investment in Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project.

Advising EIB in relation to the £4.2bn billion Thames Tideway Tunnel project.

Advising Aquila Capital in relation to the acquisition of a 9.8MW solar farm near Sheffield and a 7.2MW solar farm in Bristol.

Advising the White Rose consortium on the Department of Energy and Climate Change's CCS commercialization program, including Electricity Market Reform and UK Contract for Difference.

Advising IFC in relation to an energy from waste project in Belgrade, Serbia.

Advising Kier in relation to its bid for the £60m Peterborough waste PFI project.

Advising lending organizations and municipalities in England, Latvia, and Estonia on major public works projects.

Advising SMBC, Bayern LB and Nord LB as funders to the £800m Essex energy from waste project.

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 Veolia in connection with energy from waste projects in Leeds, South Wales and Hertfordshire.

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