G+T advises Infratil on sale of Perth Energy

Perth Energy is one of the largest business energy retailers in Western Australia

G+T advises Infratil on sale of Perth Energy

Gilbert + Tobin (G+T) has advised ASX-listed energy and infrastructure group Infratil on its sale of Perth Energy to AGL Energy.

Perth Energy is one of the largest business energy retailers with associated electricity generation for small, medium, and large businesses in Western Australia. Western Energy, part of the Perth Energy group, owns and operates the Kwinana Swift power station.

David Josselsohn, corporate advisory partner at G+T, led the firm’s team, with support from consultant Michael McDonald, lawyer Adrian Zhang, and graduates James Soussa and Emily Almond. The team was supported by other specialists within G+T, including corporate advisory partner Justin Little, banking and infrastructure partner Alexander Danne, competition partner Charles Coorey, banking and infrastructure lawyers Hamish Nicholson and James Frixou, and corporate advisory lawyer Ashley Roberts.

“We are pleased to have advised our client Infratil on this important transaction in the Western Australian energy market,” said Josselsohn.

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