Emily Sucart LópezSenior Associate | ONTIER DOMINICAN REPUBLIC · Santo Domingo
Graduated in Law, Magna Cum Laude, 2015, from Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE). She holds a master’s degree in Public Law, taught by the Universidad de Sevilla, 2017. As well as having a certification of the Fifth Course of Regulation and Competition, taught by the University of Valladolid, 2019. She has participated in various seminars, courses and national and international diplomas in the field of the energy sector, regulated markets, public law, administrative law, competition law, among other areas of the legal sciences.
Leads the Energy Department of the Firm, where she provides advice on the integral development of renewable energy and conventional energy projects, through the tools of legal project management, traditional legal advice, and identification of business opportunities for our clients. His experience in the field extends from the identification and legal viability of land; concessions, licenses and permits prior to the development of energy projects, until obtaining commissioning certificates. She also provides assistance and consulting related to energy purchase contracts (PPAs), engineering, procurement and construction contracts (EPC and/or BOP), as well as operating and maintenance contracts (O&M). Advice that has provided for several generation projects from renewable sources in the Dominican Republic. In addition, she worked in the offices of ONTIER Spain, where she worked with different 'players' of the energy sector globally, in 2017.
Moreover, she combines the legal practice in the field of administrative law, specifically in administrative proceedings before public bodies, as well as administrative litigation remedies. She also provides assistance in civil and real estate litigation.
Emily's knowledge has made possible her participation in important operations to sell renewable energy projects, comprehensive advice to foreign companies for their landing in the country, adequacy and negotiation of international contracts of the energy sector; as well as obtaining all the licenses, concessions and authorizations required for the development of pioneering renewable projects in the country, where she has combined her practice in the different areas of law.
She is secretary of the Energy and Infrastructure Commission of the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic, a member of the Energy Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic, as well as a member of the Bar Association of the Dominican Republic.
She speaks fluent Spanish and English.