Greenberg Traurig has advised ZE PAK on forming a partnership with Orsted and on related antitrust proceedings before the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection of Poland. Reportedly, Hengeler Mueller and Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak advised Orsted on the deal.
According to Greenberg Traurig, “as part of the transaction, ZE PAK entered into a share purchase agreement with Orsted regarding five project companies, whereby ZE PAK acquired from Orsted 50% of shares in the share capital of five joint venture companies. The parties also entered into a shareholders’ agreement defining the principles of corporate governance in the above companies. The establishment of a consortium with a 50% share of each company will enable joint application for location permits for the construction of wind farms in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea.”
ZE PAK is a producer of electricity and heat from conventional and renewable resources.
According to Greenberg Traurig, Orsted is the world’s largest and most experienced producer of offshore wind energy. “The company has been developing and scaling this technology for more than 30 years, implementing innovative solutions and contributing significantly to cost reductions to current competitive levels.”
Greenberg Traurig’s team included Partners Daniel Kaczorowski and Robert Gago and Senior Associates Agnieszka Stopinska and Anna Celejewska-Rajchert.