Ross Fairley heads the Renewable Energy team at law firm Burges Salmon and also Chairs the Net Zero Services team for its clients. He has spent over 25 years advising developers, generators, investors and funders on renewable energy and low carbon projects and regulation ranging from huge offshore wind and solar projects to community energy. He and his team have been at the forefront of legal advice on the roll out of many innovative technology projects and recently his team have been advising on electric vehicles and sustainable transport fuels, solar rooftop and ground mounted projects, deep geothermal energy, early stage blue and green hydrogen projects and floating wind. The team has won numerous awards for its work in the sector and Ross has been described as “pre-eminent in renewables” by the legal directories. Ross is Deputy Chair of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, sits on many of the influential industry committees including the CBIs Decarbonisation Group and has been invited to present to local and national governments on sector issues.