Sustainability has dominated the agenda for the environmental, social and governance (ESG) movement globally. It has given rise to a generational transformation in corporate behaviour as companies recognise the environmental, economic and social impact of their business activities and practices, and now look to adopt a culture of sustainability and accountability so as to be a responsible business, unlock value and ensure resilience in a dynamic economic environment.
In Singapore, the emphasis on sustainability has seen the launch of the Singapore Green Plan 2030, a ten-year action plan put together by the Singapore Government to achieve and ensure sustainable development for a better and greener future. It also introduces a transformational national transport policy to facilitate the transition from internal combustion engine vehicles to cleaner energy vehicles.
As sustainability gains momentum and drives market innovation and transformation, our strength in the core sectors of Sustainable Mobility and Renewable Energy enables us to provide strategic legal advice to businesses to manage their risks more efficiently and create value by becoming more competitive and innovative in the market.
- Sustainable Mobility: We offer practical advice to clients on various aspects of establishing, maintaining and growing a business in the sustainable mobility sector. This includes providing input on business establishment, fundraising, real estate, regulatory, intellectual property and data protection, electrical vehicle infrastructure and general corporate issues which arise at different stages of development of a mobility business.
- Renewable Energy: With our in-depth knowledge and understanding of the energy sector, we focus on supporting contractors on tender and contract documentation as well as provide strategic advice on procurement, project risk management and dispute avoidance throughout the project life.
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