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Developing LNG Terminals In Ireland
Liquefied natural gas (‘LNG') is natural gas that has been converted to liquid by being cooled to −162°C to remove certain impurities and allow for ease of storage or transport.
Ireland
3 May 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
3
Brexit: Irish Legislative Update
With 7 weeks to go until Brexit (unless an extension is agreed by the EU and UK to the Article 50 notice), a no-deal Brexit remains a possibility.
Ireland
14 Feb 2019
4
Challenging An EU State Aid Approval: Update On Recent UK And Pending Irish Cases
A successful court challenge of an EU Commission State aid approval decision addressed to the UK has caused the suspension of the UK electricity market's capacity mechanism.
Ireland
11 Jan 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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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
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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
8
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
9
Legal Update: Key Environmental And Planning Matters For The Wind Energy Sector
Changes in the planning landscape for wind farm developments continue, with a number of important decisions having been delivered by the High Court, Supreme Court...
Ireland
26 Mar 2018
10
Energy Update: Overview Of 2017
2017 saw a continuation of the main trend in Irish energy infrastructure: namely, strong development, financing and construction activity in onshore wind farms, as Ireland makes its contribution to decarbonisation.
Ireland
17 Jan 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
12
New Powers And Name For Ireland's Energy Regulator
Any financial penalty imposed by the CER needs to first be approved by the High Court.
Ireland
22 Jun 2017
13
Energy Update: REFIT In I-SEM – Department Issues Options Paper
The Irish Department for Communications, Climate Action and Environment ("DCCAE") has, on Tuesday 23 May 2017...
Ireland
31 May 2017
14
Let It Go? Releasing Unwanted Irish Grid Capacity
Last year the Commission for Energy Regulation ("CER") authorised a limited opportunity for stalled projects to release their capacity in exchange for 80% of their first stage payment.
Ireland
12 May 2017
15
Intermediaries In The I-SEM – Business As Usual?
The Irish energy regulators are currently engaged in the redesign of the all-island wholesale electricity market to meet the requirements of the European target model for electricity market integration.
Ireland
4 May 2017
16
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
17
National Mitigation Plan Consultation – A Call To Action For The Renewable Energy Sector
The Irish Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment has launched a public consultation on the draft National Mitigation Plan.
Ireland
12 Apr 2017
18
Brexit Bill Published - UK To Leave Euratom
The UK Government has published its "Brexit Bill" to allow the Prime Minister to trigger Article 50.
Ireland
8 Feb 2017
19
Telecoms And Energy Innovation In 2017
In the coming year, Ireland will take steps towards unlocking the potential of the internet of things and the green economy.
Ireland
6 Feb 2017
20
The Ideal Location For Data Centres
Ireland is widely acknowledged to be the data centre capital of Europe.
Ireland
27 Sep 2016
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