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Electric Vehicle Charging Points: Every Home Should Have One
On 15th July 2019, almost unnoticed amid the sound and fury of the Conservative leadership contest, the Department for Transport issued a public consultation on proposals
16 Aug 2019
Europe's Energy Regulators Work Together To Tackle Market Abuse And Insider Trading
Supported by the market monitoring and coordination activities of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, ACER, in the last few months, Europe's energy regulators have increasingly used their powers to police...
European Union
15 Aug 2019
Insurance In The Oil & Gas Industry: Changing Landscape
In this video, Energy Insurance Partner, Angela Flaherty identifies some of the major factors that are changing the landscape in the oil and gas
14 Aug 2019
The Common Misconception That Listed Buildings Are Exempt From The Requirement To Obtain An Energy Performance Certificate
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard 2015 requires all commercial properties to have a minimum energy rating of an 'E'. Section 5 of the Energy Performance of Buildings
9 Aug 2019
Entitlement To Offshore Wind Farms
By 2023 the Dutch government intends to generate 4,450MW from wind parks at sea. As the current capacity is about 1,500MW, several wind farms will have to be built in the North Sea. A great deal of attention is being paid to public law aspects of the construction and control of offshore wind farms.
1 Aug 2019
Legal Issues For UK Construction Businesses
Our latest round-up of Dentons' recent articles on topics that affect UK construction businesses.For further information on the topics below, please contact one of the team listed under "Key Contacts"
29 Jul 2019
FER1 Decree 2019: Incentives Regime For Renewable Energy Plants
On July 8, 2019, the Italian government signed a ministerial decree that will grant new incentives to renewable energy sources (the so-called FER1 Decree).
29 Jul 2019
Energy Efficiency Regulations In Scotland: Warmer Homes For Private Tenants
Energy efficiency is a national infrastructure priority for the Scottish Government, which has a long-term strategy to make Scotland's buildings "warmer, greener and more efficient".
23 Jul 2019
Europe's Energy Regulators Work Together To Tackle Market Abuse And Insider Trading
Compliance activities are visible everywhere. This article is, however, not about core compliance trends and activities such as the DoJ's recent publication on the evaluation of compliance programs
European Union
22 Jul 2019
Energy Contracts Exempted From The Assignment Of Receivables Regulations
A party trading UK-linked energy derivatives or purchasing, or taking security over, receivables arising under UK-linked energy contracts may need to know whether the Business Contract Terms.
17 Jul 2019
Recent Developments In Uk Nuclear New Build
In 2019, across the European Union, 126 nuclear power reactors are in operation in 14 Member States, with a total estimated capacity of 118 GW and an average age of close to 30 years
European Union
15 Jul 2019
Africa Energy Forum 2019 – Top 10 Takeaways
The Africa Energy Forum (AEF) is the marquee event for the African energy market. In this article, we look at the key issues at the forefront of delegates' minds during AEF 2019 in Lisbon
2 Jul 2019
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) – One Year On
The principal provisions of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force on 1 April 2018. One year on, we look back to consider the effect MEES
20 Jun 2019
Mind The Gap - Public Procurement Proceedings In The Energy Infrastructure Sector
Many of our clients are service providers and construction companies in the offshore energy business and they often participate in public tender proceedings.
European Union
18 Jun 2019
Use Of Settlement Offers In Energy Insurance To Avoid Hefty Adverse Costs Bills
This article considers costs escalation in increasingly lengthy energy insurance disputes and analyses the benefits ...
6 Jun 2019
Renewable Power Projects M&A: Due Diligence Issues For Consideration
This note sets out some of the key energy sector specifi c issues for consideration by a buyer (and its prospective lenders) in a due diligence process for a proposed renewable power project
31 May 2019
Solar Wars IX: The Saga Continues
Previous Solar Wars articles reported on the numerous claims for breach of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) ...
European Union
30 May 2019
Open For Business – ESOS Phase 2
Regular readers may recall that we have previously blogged a fair bit on the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme ("ESOS"). Phase 1 finished at the end of 2015 and we are now getting close to the end of Phase 2,
28 May 2019
One Size Does Not Fit All: EU Commission Recommendations On Cybersecurity In The Energy Sector
As new technologies develop, the smart grid and smart devices become increasingly interconnected and exposed to security incidents.
European Union
17 May 2019
The Committee On Climate Change's Recommendations For The Net Zero Economy
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has published its eagerly-anticipated advice to the UK Government on the UK's long-term climate change targets and has made a series of bold recommendations
16 May 2019
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