Jesper Silow is specialised on domestic and international procurements of complex construction, supply and project contracts with specific focus on construction and infrastructure, energy and manufacturing industries. Jesper has particular experience in the field of process and machinery plant deliveries, such as robotics, boilers, mining equipment and automated storage systems, in wind and nuclear energy projects and within the construction material sector. Jesper also works continuously with various forms of shared investment structures such as joint ventures, consortiums, pre-bid agreements and similar bilateral collaborations.

Jesper has in recent years been active in major greenfield and brownfield project investments for implementation of emerging technologies as part of the ongoing energy and climate transition in base and manufacturing industrial market segments, such as battery production plants, green steel, e-fuel and e-methanol, electrolyzer plants and infrastructure for electric vehicle charging. In these projects, Jesper advises on wide range of project related issues, including project structuring, due diligence, design and consultancy, construction, plant supply, offtake and customer agreements, usage rights and various forms of collaboration agreements. Jesper has specific experience in structuring and implementation of carbon capture and storage projects (CCS).