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A Domestic State Aid Regime And The Challenge Of A "No Deal" Brexit
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.
European Union
27 Sep 2018
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EIS / VCT / SEIS – Update From The Autumn Statement
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.
UK
6 Dec 2011
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Eversheds Comment: Thousands Of UK Jobs Put At Risk With Cuts To Solar Power Subsidy
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.
UK
4 Nov 2011
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Breach of Electricity Generator’s Human Rights
In recent judicial review proceedings - R (on the application of Infinis and Infinis Re-Gen Limited) v the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority, the High Court has found that Infinis should be entitled to damages in respect of breaches of its human rights by the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (Ofgem).
UK
23 Sep 2011
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Patent Box – Positive Progress
The Government has last month published its revised proposals for the "Patent Box", a tax incentive regime aimed at encouraging the development and exploitation of patents in the UK.
UK
14 Jul 2011
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Capital Allowances – FITs And RHI
In the 2011 Budget the Government announced its intention to launch a consultation on proposals to clarify the capital allowances treatment on expenditure on plant or machinery that could qualify for payments under the feed-in-tariffs regime ("FITs") and/or the renewable heat incentive ("RHI").
UK
14 Jul 2011
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France Imposes 4 Month Moratorium On New Solar Power Projects
Following a governmental meeting on solar power, François Fillon, the French Prime Minister, announced the decision to impose a four month moratorium on new solar power projects eligible for the current legal power purchase obligation feed in tariff.
France
7 Dec 2010
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CRC - Proposed Extension of Introductory Phase
On 17 November 2010, the Government issued a short consultation on proposed reforms to the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC). Responses must be delivered by 17 December 2010.
UK
22 Nov 2010
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Spending Review 2010: Impact on Energy Sector
The Budget released in June 2010 set out the overall level of Government spending for the four years from 2011/12 to 2014/15.
UK
21 Oct 2010
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CRC - the Latest Twist - a "Stealth" Tax?
The Treasury announced yesterday in its Comprehensive Spending Review that the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is to be simplified "to reduce the burden on businesses".
UK
21 Oct 2010
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Learning To Tackle Climate Change
The subject of climate change was thrust back into the news on 16 July 2008 when Minister Hilary Benn provided an update on the Carbon Reduction Commitment, indicating that the government has now decided that schools should be included.
UK
 
2 Dec 2008
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Climate Change
Climate change has become an increasing focus, especially with the recent announcement of the creation of the new Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
UK
1 Dec 2008
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No More Exceptions
As the Chinese government gets tough on cleaning up the environment, multinationals face more stringent scrutiny
China
4 Sep 2008
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Renewable And Clean Energy In China
External investment in Chinese wind farm projects is limited. The focus for overseas debt and equity is now on those businesses supplying equipment including components and parts to the wind farm industry and on the emerging biomass market.
China
3 Aug 2007
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