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By Michelle Davies, Iwan Walters, Clint Dempsey
The list of firms who pre-qualified for the solar and storage project was released to the public by LCEC and is now available.
By Michelle Davies, Jean-Pascal Boutin, Ben Brown, Iwan Walters
AER is currently undergoing pre-development work prior to the launch of its Sahim II initiative,
By Nasser Ali Khasawneh
There are also other non-regulatory conditions that affect both MVPDs and OVDs.
The Healthcare IT Law introduces new legal requirements for entities in the healthcare sector.
By David Flack
On 5 September 2018, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the appeal from the decision of the High Court in The Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd [2017] EWHC 1017 (QB).
By Totis Kotsonis
The UK Government has recently indicated its intention to transpose the EU State aid rules into domestic legislation, even in the event of the UK exiting the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement on 29 March 2019.
By Matthew Gough
On November 22 2011, the Consumer Rights Directive was published by the Official Journal of the European Union and includes an express provision that EU member states "adopt and publish by 13 December 2013, the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive".
By Jean-Pascal Boutin
The government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) yesterday unveiled plans to make available an additional £30m of funding to support energy efficiency improvements to public sector buildings and local community energy projects.
By Stephen Hill
Summarised below are the changes announced in the Chancellor’s autumn statement that relate to EIS, VCT and the introduction of the new seed enterprise investment scheme.
By Paul Maile
The Eversheds’ Planning and Parliamentary Team have advised RWE Npower Renewables Limited in relation to the first ever application to the Infrastructure Planning Commission for a Development Consent Order for an onshore wind farm.
By Jean-Pascal Boutin
The long awaited consultation on the Green Deal scheme has finally been published.
By Jean-Pascal Boutin
Phase 1 of the RHI scheme is now in force.
By Matthew Gough
The Government has recently proposed the Green Deal, a revolutionary programme to increase the energy efficiency of the UK’s building stock.
By Jean-Pascal Boutin
Following the release by DECC on 20 October 2011 of the consultation on the banding review for the Renewables Obligation to come into effect from 1 April 2013 (1 April 2014 for offshore wind), yesterday DECC released the proposed draft Order and also an impact assessment on the consultation proposals.
By Michelle Davies
The UK Government has announced plans to halve the subsidy for solar power from 12 December this year, in a move that the industry warns will put thousands of jobs at risk.