Source equity and debt from our global investor network to fund your energy and infrastructure projects, across all stages from early development to construction and refinancing.
Get expert advice on acquiring or disposing of energy and infrastructure projects. Achieve market leading value for your assets through a JLL-led competitive sales process. Get expert structuring and due diligence advice and position your bid for success.
Navigate the intricacies of the ever-changing energy market with our expert commercial, financial and strategic advice. Enter new markets, uncover exciting investment opportunities and structure your investment.
Assess the market value of energy and infrastructure assets taking advantage of our transaction experience and proprietary data. Make an informed decision based on fundamental value and upside potential.
We can help you find sustainable solutions which maximise asset value, mitigate risk, create new revenue streams, reduce occupancy costs or enhance wellbeing, enabling you to transform the way you invest in, develop, manage or occupy buildings.
Planning & development consultancy
Whether you are looking for planning permission advice on renewable or low carbon energy developments, want to maximise the value of a site or scheme or purchase or sell land, our specialist teams can help.
Entering a new market is always challenging, especially in an increasingly competitive environment. By far the most developed in the world, UK’s offshore wind industry is attracting new entrants seeking to gain know-how. JLL helped J-Power navigate successfully the competitive bid process and enter the European offshore wind market by acquiring a 25% share of 860MW Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm.
Renewable energy assets are increasingly being built without any subsidies. The lack of certainty of cash flows which were previously underpinned by government subsidies brings more challenges and complexity for developers and investors alike.
In an evolving energy marketplace there is plenty of opportunity to disrupt the status quo. The recently reformed Irish energy market and changing dynamics in the UK electricity sector has created opportunities for new entrants to trade power and introduce new balancing management products and services.