Kay leads TLT’s corporate future energy team and is one of the UK’s leading corporate future energy lawyers with experience across all technologies including onshore and offshore wind, energy storage, solar, hydro, biomass and EVCI.

Kay has worked exclusively in the future energy sector for over 15 years having advised on some of the largest and most complex transactions the sector has seen. She specialises in the corporate aspects of future energy projects including advising on acquisitions, disposals, joint ventures, profit share arrangements and corporate structuring.

Kay has been recognised in The Lawyer as one of Europe’s Elite and Kay’s corporate future energy team was ranked as the second law firm globally in Clean Energy Pipeline 2023 league tables for the number of M&A deals undertaken in the clean energy sector.

Jurisdiction: England & Wales


  • Advising JBM Solar on the UK’s largest disposal of a co-located battery and solar portfolio – a 6.1GW portfolio across 40+ projects. This involved leading a team of 64 future energy lawyers at TLT across all disciplines;
  • Advising Enso Green Holdings (a JV between Cero and Enso) on the sale of a 720MW portfolio of co-located battery and solar projects – the UK’s largest ready-to-build co-located portfolio disposal;
  • Advising TagEnergy on its £300m partnership with Balance Power to build, own and operate 500MW of battery projects across the UK;
  • Advising Capital Dynamics on a £146m operational wind portfolio disposal;
  • Advising Ecotricity on the sale of The Electric Highway, the world’s first nationwide electric vehicle charging network.

She has acted for a wide range of developers, utilities, debt and equity funders including Ampyr, BlackRock, Bluefield, Capital Dynamics, Ecotricity, Field Energy, Good Energy, JBM Solar, Low Carbon, Lightsource, NTR, Pulse Energy, Santander, SSE, TagEnergy, Thrive Renewables, Trina, Triplepoint to name just a few.


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