HoustonKemp congratulates the consortium of KKR, OTPP and PSP on entering into a board-recommended Scheme Implementation Deed to acquire Spark Infrastructure Group. Greg Houston, Sam Forrest and Brendan Quach led a HoustonKemp team that provided regulatory due diligence support to the consortium as it sought to navigate the risks and opportunities in a rapidly transforming National Electricity Market. Our work focused on detailing the current regulatory and market environment, its future evolution in the context of changing technology and the process of decarbonisation, and the implications of these changes for distribution and transmission networks.
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