Jeremy heads up our Corporate, Energy and Health practice areas. He has a broad range of experience in disposals, mergers and acquisitions and also advises Australian and overseas companies on establishing and financing corporate vehicles and joint ventures, licensing requirements, Corporations Act requirements and ASX Listing Rules requirements.
With a clear business focus and strong community spirit, Jeremy gets real satisfaction from seeing his clients’ projects through their entire lifespan. By structuring projects appropriately and employing risk management strategies, he secures positive outcomes for his clients and the wider community.Send a Message
Jeremy’s expertise in Energy law is acknowledged in the 2013 edition of Best Lawyers Australia. His experience in the energy sector is unrivalled and he was Managing Partner when Finlaysons provided advice on the $5 billion privatisation of South Australia’s electricity service. In recent years, Jeremy has focused primarily on the renewable energy sector and acted directly in the establishment of South Australia’s first private wind farm project. He has advised in more than a dozen wind farm developments since, including the Snowtown Wind Farm project, and has also advised geothermal plant developers on generation, transmission and distribution requirements.
Also working in the health sector, Jeremy provided advice on mergers, acquisitions and financing in the formation of Adelaide Community Healthcare Alliance Inc. and subsequent transactions relating to its hospital operations, including the co-located Flinders Private Hospital.
Jeremy is a practical thinker and his approach is underpinned by strong communication with clients, reassuring them that he respects and works to their timelines.
More from Jeremy Schultz
Finlaysons advises Nexif Energy on the development of Lincoln Gap wind farm in South Australia
Finlaysons, together with Herbert Smith Freehills, has advised Nexif Energy on the development of the $300…Read More
Crowd-Sourced Funding extended to Proprietary Companies
Background On 14 September 2017, the Corporations Amendment (Crowd-sourced Funding for Proprietary Companies) Bill 2017 (the…Read More
Development approval exemption for State-sponsored battery storage in SA
Battery storage facilities no longer require development approval in South Australia, provided that they are endorsed…Read More
Energy: Finkel – Clean Energy Target to be introduced and Renewable Energy Target not to be extended past 2020
Dr Finkel’s final report, “Blueprint for the future: Independent Review into the Future Security of the…Read More
Energy Security Target – Securing South Australia’s Energy
The South Australian Government has announced the Energy Security Target (EST) which aims to place downward…Read More
Addressing the Energy Crisis in South Australia – Blackouts and Heatwaves
SA is considered to be in an energy crisis following the state-wide power outage event that…Read More
Australia’s Crowd-Sourced Funding Bill Passes the Senate
The Corporations Amendment (Crowd-sourced Funding) Bill 2016 passed the Senate on 20 March 2017, signalling the…Read More
Electricity Wholesale Market Monitoring to Increase
Electricity Wholesale Market Monitoring to Increase. Wholesale Markets will be put under further scrutiny by the…Read More
New Market Participant – Market Ancillary Service Providers
There will no longer be a requirement for Frequency Control Ancillary Service (FCAS) providers to be…Read More