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Traditional & Renewable Energies


The pandemic might influence government goals, developer investment decisions, and financing availability until 2025. It causes great unpredictability in a fast-growing business.

Several countries are conducting large economic stimulus initiatives to combat the economic crisis and rebuild their economies. These stimulative measures may help renewable energy.

Massive cost reductions over the past decade are why renewables are altering the global electricity balance. Onshore wind and solar P.V. cost less than new and certain existing fossil fuel plants. Renewable energy is the cheapest way to meet demand in most countries.

A record low contract price of USD 20/MWh was awarded to wind and solar P.V. businesses in 2020 auctions. Europe’s policies have recently aided the offshore wind industry’s growth and cost reduction. This success should soon be mirrored in Asia and North America, where offshore wind markets are expanding.

Everyone believes that humanity must stop using fossil fuels to protect the environment and the biosphere. Science and business have advanced as we explore renewable choices for coal, oil, and gas.

By 2030, the renewable energy industry might reach $2 trillion. Increased understanding of environmental and social governance (ESG) problems has created tremendous political incentives.

New and unusual energy sources will reach the mainstream from labs and pilot programs.

The Energy, Power, and Products market offers numerous opportunities and challenges today. Market participants are straining to meet the need for clean technology in Europe, satisfy the insatiable thirst for coal in the Far East, and profit from the shale oil and gas boom in the U.S. while managing increased government regulation and environmental pressure.


Changing legislation, markets, competition, and technology affect coal consumption and transportation costs. Around the world, some domestic coal companies have begun to see the benefits of exporting coal, while others have cut costs.

Transport & logistic planning

Changes in technology, supply chain interruptions, and the need for highly skilled personnel and continuous ratable shipping quantities to achieve economies of scale impact the cost of transporting coal. Disruptions have negative economic repercussions for all parties involved; our energy specialists are well-versed. Consequently, there is little or no learning curve necessary when using our knowledge for customers.

Gas and oil

Oil and gas firms operating in a constantly shifting financial, competitive, and regulatory environment. Inconsistent legal and regulatory frameworks, frequent contractual disputes, or market volatility all present the sector and its firms with huge difficulties and possibilities.

Chemical companies

Chemical companies, especially those involved in the production of petroleum-based chemicals, are confronted with challenging problems and opportunities, such as the shift from regional to global production and marketing, the impact of inexpensive energy sources like shale gas, the unprecedented volatility of energy markets, competition from biochemical innovations, and industry consolidation, with the inevitable Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) litigation and arbitration fallout. Changes in ownership, strategy, price, profitability and business management necessitate specialist advice services due to the highly interwoven structure of the chemical sector and the complexity of supply agreements.

How we assist

    • Identifying investment opportunities

Damalion nurtures a network of various professionals  to source energy business opportunities in strategic locations. We filter potential targets based on investment criteria set by our portfolio of investors. We assist for the different goals of private equity firms and investment funds.

    • Choosing the right investment vehicles

Damalion experts assist international investors in corporate structuring solutions whether to set up regulated or unregulated investment funds or incorporate special purpose vehicles to maximize overall net margin and business profit along with stability of the business modelling.

    • Articulating key competencies

Damalion experts are accredited specialists to provide strategic, financial, reputational, regulatory, and legal advice to energy and utility customers producing crude oil, natural gas, refined goods, chemicals, coal, electric power, innovative technologies, and renewable energy.

We also provide strategic communications services in financial markets and investor relations.

What we bring

Based in key markets around the world, Damalion’s senior professionals use their in-depth knowledge of the inter-dependencies affecting the energy industry to address the full range of client needs, including disputes, investigations, policymaking, and environmental analysis, as well as strategic business, consulting, the interest generated, restructuring support, interim management, and information dissemination.

Which value-added

There are no generalist energy professionals. Damalion builds up expert team with strong knowledge of traditional and renewable energies. They have been building experience and hands-on expertise to make them effective business partners, both as business strategists and transaction experts.

Want to know more about Traditional & Renewable Energies with Damalion?

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