Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego on the financing of the construction of the 17.5-megawatt Kazimierz Biskupi wind farm in Poland for ZE PAK. Greenberg Traurig advised ZE PAK on the deal.
According to Norton Rose, “ZE PAK was established as a result of the transformation of the state enterprise Zespol Elektrowni Patnow-Adamow-Konin, based in Konin, into a company wholly owned by the State Treasury under the name Zespol Elektrowni Patnow-Adamow-Konin Spolka Akcyjna. Its core business is primarily the generation and sale of electricity and the production and distribution of heat. The company generates energy from conventional sources and by burning and co-firing biomass. The ZE PAK Group’s generating assets include four lignite-fired power plants.”
Norton Rose’s team included Partner Grzegorz Dyczkowski, Counsel Tomasz Rogalski, Senior Associate Cezary Zawislak, Associates Igor Kondratowicz, Przemyslaw Piasecki, Michal Rutkowski, Paula Stepien, and Mateusz Czuba, Lawyer Bartosz Odziemkowski, and Paralegals Mateusz Glaz and Martyna Korzeniewska.
Greenberg Traurig’s team included Local Partner Paulina Kimla-Kaczorowska, Associate Krzysztof Wisniewski, and Junior Associates Szymon Grudzien and Bartosz Skalski.