Provided by Dan Howard
Dan Howard focuses his practice on energy and resources law with an emphasis on electricity, gas, mining, water, and utilities projects. He has been involved in the development of some of Australia's largest electricity, renewables, gas, and mining projects as well as numerous acquisitions and sales of electricity, gas, mining, and infrastructure projects. Dan advises on project development, regulatory issues, commodity contracts, and infrastructure arrangements including port and rail, and is consistently recognized by clients and independent directories for his work, including multiple listings in Australian Financial Review's Best Lawyers.
Dan regularly acts for companies on renewable energy projects to secure carbon pollution reduction through renewable energy sources. This work includes renewable project development for wind, solar, hydro, and battery storage. Dan has in-depth knowledge of the electricity industry in Australia and the rules governing the industry that help clients to navigate complex regulatory approvals and to achieve compliant structuring. He has extensive experience in all forms of renewable electricity offtake arrangements including arrangements that involve energy storage.