Provided by Ryan Ketchum
For 25 years, Ryan has focused on the development and financing of energy and infrastructure projects worldwide. He has acted for governments, sponsors, lenders, development finance institutions, and others on energy and infrastructure projects in more than 40 countries. He is a frequent speaker and author on topics related to the development and financing of infrastructure projects and public-private partnerships. He serves as the editor of Africa Projects, a resource centre and blog devoted to those topics and recently co-authored Understanding Energy Storage, the sixth book in a series that has been translated into a number of languages.
Recent matters include advising on the development of a large nuclear power project, utility scale solar and wind projects, policy matters related to carbon capture storage and utilization, mini-grids and other forms distributed generation and storage, and the privatization of a state-owned utility.
Clients previously quoted in Chambers praised Ryan as “extremely efficient,” adding that, “his wisdom and judgement of process is very good, as is his ability to handle deep-heated situations,” that he is “very knowledgeable in private-public transactions in the energy sector, “and that he “provides intelligent counsel and knows how to get the deal done.”
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London-based Ryan Ketchum adeptly handles infrastructure and energy projects across the southern African regions. He is often sought out by government entities to advise on the full gamut of mandates, including development and project financing.
London-based Ryan Ketchum of Hunton Andrews Kurth adeptly handles infrastructure and energy projects across sub-Saharan Africa. He is often sought out by government entities to advise on the gamut of mandates, including development and project financing.