Leïla Hubeaut has an extensive knowledge in the energy practice. She has been actively advising clients in France and emerging economies for nearly 20 years. Leïla has developed a practice focusing on projects and project development, M&A and joint ventures in the energy and infrastructure sectors, including contractual, regulatory and public law, as well as licensing matters.
Leïla has developed her practice with a particular focus on Francophone Africa, having advised on multiple renewables/power, transport and social infrastructure projects in Benin, Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast and Cameroon.
A renowned specialist, Leïla has provided pro bono support to the new Solar Energy Standardization Initiative launched by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Terawatt Initiative (TWI – a global private non-profit organization led by Engie and launched at COP21) which aims to spur global solar development by standardizing contracts to streamline the development and financing of solar projects.
Leïla also conducts every year trainings at the Ecole Nationale des Mines (Mines ParisTech) for African representatives of electricity regulators.
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Harvard Kennedy School, awarded a certificate for completion of the Climate Change and Energy Program (2019)
Boston University (United States), LL.M in International Business Law, 2002
Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (France), Master’s Degree in International Business Law and Management, 1999
Université de Cergy-Pontoise (France), Master’s Degree in Business Law, 1998
Université de Cergy-Pontoise (France), Bachelor in French Business Law and Spanish Law, 1998
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