Our latest case study from Foot Anstey is out now!
To tackle the high climate impact of buildings, Foot Anstey is advising clients on how to use climate clauses to achieve commercial and net zero goals. Lawyers have adapted the clauses for use in engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contracts and built environment contracts to support client demands in this evolving market.
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Climate clauses used:
- Ayshe’s Clause (Transparent Sourcing of Greener, Fairer Renewable Energy
- Tristan’s Clause (Construction Materials: Procurement)
- Luna’s Clause (Net Zero Aligned Construction Modifications)
- Mary’s Clause (JCT Energy Efficiency and Environmental Obligations)
- Madhavi’s Clause (Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and Net Zero Provisions for Construction or Development Agreements)