Former Stephenson Harwood partner Tony Stockwell has resurfaced in an in-house role at Carbon Trust, the Government-backed and business-led company that is helping business and the public sector to cut carbon emissions.
Stockwell retired from Stephenson Harwood in January this year after spending 25 years as a partner there. He joins Carbon Trust as legal adviser and company secretary. A corporate and finance lawyer with specific experience in the energy and transport sectors, he has recently focused on debt financing and project finance.
Stockwell’s principal role with Carbon Trust is to advise the company on all legal aspects of its funding and procurement, its investments in low carbon technologies and the delivery of its energy efficiency information and support programmes. He will also advise on the legal implications of Carbon Trust’s unique position across both the public and private sectors.
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