Since the passage on June 2001 of Republic Act No. 9136, otherwise known as the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) and of which Atty. Cyril C. del Callar played a key role in its implementation, the energy environment in the Philippines has seen considerable changes. With those changes have come new challenges, such as growing power requirements, the total restructuring processes across energy sectors and an increasingly pressing need for local, alternative sources. Amidst such developments, Del Callar Law continues to hold onto its position in the forefront of the industry through legal services and regulatory advice.

We offer to clients support in the negotiation and documentation of power supply agreements, as well as those of all related commercial contracts. As putting the best interests of clients ahead of our own is a high priority, we are also committed to delivering sound, cost-efficient and forward-thinking solutions customized and optimized for the local competitive environment. These include the preparation of tender, thorough project evaluation and qualified support during bidding. Our group also provides regulatory compliance documentation and support, as well as strategic advice in relation to CSR, operations management and community relationship for power projects.

Together with our technical and financial consultants and with an appreciation of their opinions and hands-on insights, Del Callar Law’s services include the following:

  • Investment or project appraisal
  • Identification of opportunities and market assessment
  • Financial valuation, modeling, and projected financial statements
  • Risk identification, analysis and mitigation
  • Support for mergers and acquisition transactions
  • Fund sourcing and advise on debt and equity funding
  • Assistance in the preparation of feasibility studies
  • Technical due diligence
  • Appraisal of established & new technologies
  • Environment Impact Assessment and other specialist studies
  • Project documentation
  • Project management and site supervision
  • Plant operation and maintenance services
  • Assistance in the preparation of engineering and technical studies
  • Preparation of Terms of Reference for a tender or bidding package for EPC services