Rob Broom is an associate in the Energy & Natural Resources Practice based in London. Rob’s practice focuses on advising utilities, governments, banks and financial institutions on all aspects of the energy sector, including oil and gas, electricity generation, renewables, networks and trading.
Rob has particular expertise in the UK electricity market and its regulatory framework. He advises on energy sector commercial contracts, including Energy Trading Services Agreements (ETSAs), power purchase agreements (PPAs), Renewables Obligation Certificate (ROC) and Renewable Energy Guarantees Origin (REGO) Trading Master Agreements, ISDAs, Gas Netting Agreements and Gas Trading & Shipping Services Agreements. He was part of a team that drafted the industry standard REGO Trading Master Agreement template and has advised the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) on the establishment of a demand side response (DSR) Code of Conduct ahead of the launch of a voluntary Code Compliance Scheme for DSR aggregators.
Rob is very familiar with the Contract for Difference (CFD), Capacity Market, Feed-in Tariff (FiT), Renewables Obligation (RO) and Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) schemes. He is the author of several published articles on renewable energy development and regulation, as well as a frequent presenter on these issues.
Rob's experience also includes a 10-month secondment to an electricity supplier.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Rob worked for the commodities energy (Oil, Gas & Coal) risk desk at a leading investment bank for two years.