Bristol lawyers act on multi-million pound windfarm deal


Lawyers at Osborne Clarke in Bristol have advised DIF Capital Partners on the sale of a UK onshore wind farm project, through DIF Infrastructure IV (DIF IV), to the Transport for London (TfL) Pension Fund.

The Wadlow wind farm project has been operational since September 2012 and was acquired by DIF IV in 2016. T

The wind farm has an installed capacity of 26MW and comprises 13 wind turbines.

Founded in 2005, DIF Capital Partners is an infrastructure fund manager with more than 17 billion euros of assets under management. The company has a leading position in managing mid-market investments, primarily in Europe and North America.

Osborne Clarke’s team included partner Charlotte Walker and associate Audrey Calvas, plus partner Neil Bromwich, an expert on planning and infrastructure projects.

It was led by energy and infrastructure partner Hannah Roscoe and also included senior associate Michael Zamecnik, Al Curzon, Cameron Houston and Amber Bains (projects), and Nicholas Grewal, Harriet Weedman and Katherine Chambers (construction, planning and environment).

Osborne Clarke has an established and well-respected position as one of the leading law firms advising on renewable energy projects and transactions.

As businesses strive to meet the challenges of decarbonisation, Osborne Clarke is supporting its clients on projects to procure, fund and develop the sustainable infrastructure, buildings and land use of the future.


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