Del Callar Law Office

Del Callar Law is a Philippine-based law office specializing in energy law. The firm's primary focus is on the Philippine energy sector and the practice of law in relation to this, with a strong emphasis on the development of projects in the generation, transmission, distribution and supply sectors. Through its team members' individual specializations, it offers legal consultancy, market entry strategies, investments, divestitures, project development and regulatory issues.

The law office is spearheaded by Atty. Cyril C. del Callar. A graduate of B.S. Management Engineering from the Ateneo de Manila University with a degree of  Juris Doctor from the Ateneo de Manila School of Law. He was the Chief Legal Officer of the Presidential Committee on the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, an Undersecretary for the Department of Energy, Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM), and appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Power Corporation (NPC), among others. With close to 30 years of hands-on experience in energy law, policy and markets, he is accompanied by long-time professionals with broad knowledge, experience and expertise.

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