Walker Morris partner Kilduff addresses local authorities at APSE Energy launch

A collaboration of local authorities recently came together to launch APSE Energy in Parliament. Hosted by Dr Alan Whitehead MP, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group, the keynote address was given by secretary of state for energy and climate change Ed Davey. Among those addressing the meeting was David Kilduff, partner and head of energy, infrastructure and government at Walker Morris (APSE’s legal partner in this initiative).

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