Caroline Clapham

Eversheds Sutherland LLP
Clapham Caroline

Caroline is a Partner in our corporate and energy practice groups and is based in our London office.

She advises on a range of international acquisitions and disposals and joint venture arrangements including disputes among corporate bodies and shareholders. Caroline also advises on equity and debt financings, large-scale global corporate reorganisations and general corporate advisory work. Throughout her career, Caroline has worked across a range of sectors, with a particular focus on natural resources, energy & infrastructure. She primarily brings her expertise to companies in the power sector, acting on acquisitions and disposals of wind, solar and battery projects. Clients from traditional energy companies who are actively going through the energy transition have remarked on her ability to bridge the gap between the oil & gas sector and renewable energy, highlighting her ability to add value as a result of her thorough understanding of both sectors. Caroline is a dual-qualified solicitor in England and Wales and Canada. She previously practiced in Canada, advising publicly-traded energy, mining and infrastructure companies on M&A

June 15, 2020
 - 12:30 BST (UTC+01:00)
A Whole-System Overhaul
Panel Discussion

How does the policy puzzle fit together to achieve the most seamless and efficient energy transition in Europe and beyond? It’s clear that robust policies and guidelines are needed to increase technology adoption across the sector and maintain a strong bottom line. This session will explore:

  • The impact of policies already in place to increase technology adoption and encourage transformation
  • Is the UK further ahead in terms of the digital energy transition? What other regions or markets are leading the charge?
  • Which technologies are at the forefront of the transition at the moment?
  • Next steps to increase energy efficiency measures and low carbon tech