August Debouzy advised Total in its acquisition of Global Wind Power France

Communiqué Environmental law Employment law and social security law Real Estate and Construction Corporate - M&A European law Wealth and asset management Public Law and Public Procurement Law Private Equity | 03/03/20 | 1 min. | Vincent Brenot Julien Wagmann Julien Wlodarczyk Diane Reboursier Laure Khemiri Emmanuel Weicheldinger Maxime Legourd Myles Begley

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August Debouzy advised Total, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Total Quadran, in its acquisition of Global Wind Power France from Fred. Olsen Renewables AS and Global Wind Power Europe.

Global Wind Power France holds a portfolio of more than 1000-megawatt (MW) of onshore wind projects, including 250 MW scheduled to come on stream by 2025.

This acquisition strengthens Total Quadran’s footprint adding to its existing portfolio of nearly 1000 MW of installed and operated capacity, including over 500 MW of onshore wind.

Legal advice:

August Debouzy advised Total Quadran with a team composed of Julien Wagmann, partner, Laure Khemiri, senior associate, and Maxime Legourd, associate, on M&A and corporate matters; were also involved in the due diligence of this transaction: Vincent Brenot, partner, and Emmanuel Weicheldinger, senior associate, on public law, regulatory and energy aspects; Julien Wlodarczyk, counsel, and Myles Begley, associate, on real estate aspects; Diane Reboursier, counsel, on labor aspects.

About August Debouzy:

August Debouzy is a business law firm. Driven by a modern vision of legal expertise and a key player in changes effecting the business world, 150 lawyers, including 31 partners, assist private and state-owned companies in France and internationally. They advise clients in successfully carrying out their projects. Each matter is approached from the company’s strategic perspective with its future in mind, to provide solutions that are creative, straightforward and effective.

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