Natasha Luther-Jones advises on developments, financings acquisitions, disposals, EPCs, O&Ms and PPAs in the energy sector. She has a varied client base, advising developers, EPC and O&M contractors, equity investors, purchasers, sellers and off-takers in respect of development, construction and operational energy projects.

Natasha has led teams on numerous energy projects over the last ten years and has broad experience of energy schemes, from Contracts for Difference (CfDs), LECs, FiTs and ROCs, Capacity Markets, and latterly non-subsidy projects. She advised on the UK's first project financed non-subsidy onshore wind farm with a Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (Withernwick II), which was named one of the top 10 renewable deals in 2018 by inspiratia); acted on a large non-subsidy solar deal in the UK for AB InBev (100MW); and also acted on the acquisition of a fully merchant non-subsidy wind farm in Scotland. Natasha has also been advising on a number of large-scale onshore wind farms across the Nordics, including advising a sponsor on the acquisition of a portfolio of wind farms across Norway, Finland and Sweden.

Natasha has been instrumental in developing DLA Piper's leading practice advising on corporate end-user PPAs. She worked on Google's first PPA outside of the US, and since then has been involved in numerous corporate end-user PPAs, including with high profile companies in the consumer, telecoms, banking and retail sectors.