Associate, Eversheds LLP
Kay Korb is a corporate lawyer at Eversheds LLP and specialises in large scale renewable energy infrastructure projects across several technologies including onshore and offshore wind, biomass, solar, hydro, wave and tidal. Clients include RWE Npower Renewables, Statkraft, Statoil, SSE plc, EDF, Eneco, Eco2, Hudson Capital, Savills, West Coast Energy, Good Energies, Infrared Capital, Blackrock and China Sunergy.
Kay has worked on some of the world's largest renewable energy projects and recently advised bidders on over 50% of the UK Round 3 Offshore Wind Programme. As part of the Round 3 Programme, Kay advised the Forewind Consortium in relation to their successful bid for the Dogger Bank Zone which is currently the largest renewable energy project in the world. Kay continues to play an important role with the Forewind Consortium, advising them on their internal structural, funding and commercial arrangements allowing them to take their 9GW, £40bn project forward. Kay has recently completed a secondment with EDF Energy Renewables in London where she advised on a variety of matters including matters relating to their Teesside offshore windfarm and is due to be seconded to Eversheds offices in Riyadh and Dubai for 6 weeks in February 2013 where she will work with her Middle Eastern counterparts in the clean energy sector.
Kay graduated in Law and German from Cardiff University in 2002 and then spent two years working at Markowitz, Herbold, Glade and Mehlhaf, a niche commercial litigation practice in Portland, Oregon before returning to the UK to pursue her career with Eversheds LLP.