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Matheson's Irish Infrastructure Update
At Matheson our Irish Infrastructure update outlines the key projects and initiatives that will sustain and develop the Irish infrastructure market over the next decade.
Ireland
3 Jul 2019
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"No-Deal" Brexit And Gas Sales Contracts
Today, 5 March 2019, the Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (the "CRU") released an information note [1] (the "Information Note") regarding the gas market in Ireland in the event
European Union
14 Mar 2019
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Energy Update: No Longer Refit For Purpose
On 4 February 2019, the Minister of Communications, Climate Action and Environment refused a request from the Irish Wind Energy Agency ("IWEA")
Ireland
7 Mar 2019
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Withdrawal Of The United Kingdom From The European Union (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2019
This morning, 22 February 2019, the Irish Government published the ‘Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2019' ("Brexit Bill").
Ireland
4 Mar 2019
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Chambers Global Practice Guide To Alternative Energy And Power 2019
Chambers Global Practice Guide to Alternative Energy and Power 2019.
Ireland
16 Oct 2018
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PPPs In Ireland: Government Review Endorses Use Of PPPs For Delivery Of Major Infrastructure
In July 2018, the Irish government's ‘Inter-Departmental / Agency Group' (a group of senior officials from procuring Departments and agencies) (the "Group") published its long-awaited report...
Ireland
5 Sep 2018
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Bird & Bird & Corporate PPAs 2018: An International Perspective
Garret Farrelly, head of energy and natural resources discusses international Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (Corporate PPAs) in Bird & Bird's 2018 report.
Worldwide
2 Sep 2018
8
REFIT In I-SEM Decision Update
The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (the "Department") has published its final decision on the interaction ...
Ireland
5 Jul 2018
9
Rocking The Boat: UK Supreme Court Changes Tack On Variation Clauses
Rock fell into arrears with its licence fee and proposed a revised payment schedule.
UK
26 Jun 2018
10
New Grid Connection Policy In Ireland
The Irish energy regulator, the Commission for Regulation of Utilities ("CRU"), has introduced a new grid connection policy – the Enduring Connection Policy ("ECP-1").
Ireland
24 Apr 2018
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The Opportunity Of A Generation: Ireland's €116 Billion National Development Plan
Matheson has today welcomed the Irish Government's publication of the €116 billion National Development Plan (NDP), the most ambitious single capital spending plan it has ever published.
Ireland
20 Feb 2018
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Matheson Advises GE On Microsoft Wind Energy Agreement
The deal builds on Microsoft's strategic partnership with GE.
Ireland
1 Nov 2017
13
Irish Court Rules In Favour Of Apple Data Centre For Galway
Ireland's leadership in data centre projects received a significant boost this morning with the news that the Irish Commercial Court ruled in favour of Apple's data centre in Galway.
Ireland
19 Oct 2017
14
The Petroleum And Other Minerals Development (Prohibition Of Onshore Hydraulic Fracturing) Act 2017
The text of the Petroleum and Other Minerals Development (Prohibition of Onshore Hydraulic Fracturing) Act 2017 (the "2017 Act") was published online on 23 August 2017.
Ireland
5 Sep 2017
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Companies (Accounting) Act 2017
The Companies (Accounting) Bill 2016 was passed yesterday by the Irish legislature and is expected to be signed into law as the Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 (the "Act") in the coming days.
Ireland
17 May 2017
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The Future Of Corporate PPAs In Ireland
In general terms, a "corporate" power purchase agreement refers to a contractual arrangement whereby independent generators (typically renewable) and corporates that are large energy consumers, contract for the sale of power to that consumer.
Ireland
13 Apr 2017
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Matheson Welcomes Ministerial Decision To Bring Forward Mid-term Review
Capital investment in Ireland's critical infrastructure is key against backdrop of Ireland's strong fiscal position and in advance of the British Government triggering formal Brexit talks by March 2017.
Ireland
19 Oct 2016
18
MEC Security Policy Amendments
On 14 June 2016 the Commission for Energy Regulation ("CER"), the Irish energy regulator, published a decision paper on MEC Security Policy Amendments.
Ireland
29 Jun 2016
19
Capacity Remuneration Mechanism In I-SEM
Garret Farrelly, head of the Energy and Infrastructure Group, wrote an article on the I-SEM Capacity Remuneration Mechanism for the Energy Ireland Yearbook 2016.
Ireland
22 Apr 2016
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CER Review Of Connection And Grid Access Policy
On 11th December 2015 the Commission for Energy Regulation ("CER"), the Irish energy regulator, published a consultation paper on the review of connection and grid access policy in the Republic of Ireland.
Ireland
8 Apr 2016
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