EY Law (Düsseldorf)

Kerstin Henrich

EY Law (Düsseldorf)
Head of Energy Transaction/M&A

Kerstin Henrich is Head of Energy Transaction/M&A with EY in Dusseldorf. She has more than 16 years of experience advising corporates and financial investors on complex M&A transactions and venture capital investments, with particular experience in the renewable energy and infrastructure sectors. She is recognized as one of the most renowned corporate and M&A lawyers in Germany by Handelsblatt / Best Lawyers ; recommended for M&A, corporate law, and energy (transactions/financing) by the JUVE Handbook of German Commercial Law Firms ; and recommended for energy by The Legal 500 Germany. Kerstin’s recent engagements include advising Parkwind NV, an independent green energy company, on the financing of a 257 MW offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea ; a German developer on the conclusion of a co-development agreement with Italian ERG group to implement a 600 MW subsidy-free photovoltaic power portfolio in Germany ; and a German investment holding on the sale of the majority shareholding in Italy’s largest photovoltaic power plant. In the infrastructure sector, she recently advised Atlas Arteria, a global owner and operator of toll roads, on the capital restructuring of a German toll road. In the venture capital space, Kerstin recently acted for a European shareholder of Mister Spex, the German online eyewear retailer, in connection with the IPO of Mister Spex on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Kerstin is a member of Women of New Energies e.V. (w.one) and of the German-American Lawyers’ Association. She is an alumna of the prestigious German National Merit Foundation and the German Academic Exchange Service.


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Charlotte Breuvart, Francoise Labrousse, Philippe Laconte, Harriet Territt, Philipp Werner, Kerstin Henrich The EU Commission adopts guidelines on State aid for climate, environmental protection and energy "CEEAG"


In Short The Development : The European Commission ("Commission") adopted new Guidelines on State Aid for Climate, Environmental Protection and Energy ("CEEAG") on 27 January 2022. The CEEAG revise criteria that the Commission will now apply to determine whether EU Member State financing to (...)


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