Marieke Lüdecke advises energy utilities, investors and project developer in the area of energy industry law with a focus on project development (in particular offshore wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, hydrogen, storage solutions, real estate projects) and complex real asset transaction. Her particular expertise lies in providing advice on the interface of public commercial law and private law, focussing in particular on contract drafting that covers the project life cycle. Marieke advises on the drafting and negotiating of PPAs and other energy supply contracts, site securing contracts, project development contracts and cooperation agreements. In addition, Marieke advises her clients regarding regulatory issues (grid access and usage, tenders for Renewable Energies, among others). Marieke worked for a major international energy and infrastructure investor during a nine-month client secondment.
After completing her legal studies at Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel and at Stockholm University, Marieke undertook her legal clerkship which included a seat at the international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in Hamburg in the field of public commercial law as well as a seat at the administrative court of Schleswig-Holstein.
Her publications include:
- Corporate PPAs – Neues für die Erneuerbaren? (part 2) in: IR 2019, p. 50-52, with Dr. Carmen Schneider
- Corporate PPAs – Neues für die Erneuerbaren? (part 1) in: IR 2018, p. 209-292, with Dr. Carmen Schneider
- 50th Anniversary of the Élysée Treaty, in: German Yearbook of International Law 56, p. 557-571, with Jule Siegfried
Further information and references can be provided upon request.