Hannah Randau advises national and international project developers, energy utilities and investors on energy law with a focus on project developments in the field of renewable energies (e.g. offshore wind, geothermal energy, biomass and storage solutions).
She focuses on public law issues throughout the entire life cycle of energy projects. In particular, she supports her clients in connection with permitting and approval procedures, planning approvals and urban land use planning procedures and represents them in administrative and court proceedings.
Hannah Randau studied law at the University of Hamburg and the Universiteit Leiden (the Netherlands). After completing her legal studies and during her legal clerkship at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court of Hamburg, she worked as a research associate at DLA Piper in Hamburg. Her legal clerkship included stages at an international law firm in the field of public commercial law and a law firm specialised in public building and planning law.
Prior to joining Chatham Partners, Hannah worked for CMS Hasche Sigle with a focus on environmental and planning law as well as energy and mining law.
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