Renewable power production

Energy transition is perhaps best defined as a shift from a system dominated by finite (chiefly fossil-based) energy towards a system using a majority of renewable energy sources (wind, solar, hydrogen, etc.). To make the transition, traditional business models need to change to more flexible and digitalised operations. Also, other demands need to be met, in order to make the infrastructure suitable for transport of renewable power over longer distances, and consider storage options.

We support state-owned utility companies with fiscal policy, modelling exercises on the effect of energy taxes relating to renewable power production and consumption.

Our services

  • We support power producers with tax modelling for onshore and offshore wind projects 
  • We provide advice on tax and legal frameworks relating to renewable energy power production
  • We advise on the tax and legal implications, such as contracting between renewable energy companies and consumers, on power purchasing agreements (PPAs) and tax aspects of partnerships (Transfer Pricing issues, etc.) 
  • We advise companies on tax incentives and sustainable tax treatment of such incentives over the lifetime of e.g. solar PV projects, wind farms, etc. 

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Chris Winkelman

Chris Winkelman

Energy - Utilities - Resources Industry, Tax, Partner, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)65 154 18 97

Niels Muller

Niels Muller

Partner, Energy transition and sustainable energy, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)65 160 08 61

Juliette Marsé

Juliette Marsé

Director (Tax) - Energy, Utilities & Resources, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)63 419 61 08