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Update On Renewable Energy Projects In Progress
The list of firms who pre-qualified for the solar and storage project was released to the public by LCEC and is now available.
Lebanon
12 Jul 2019
2
Rooftop Solar Scheme Update – Sahim II
AER is currently undergoing pre-development work prior to the launch of its Sahim II initiative,
Oman
12 Jul 2019
3
Consumer Rights Directive – Energy Sector Has 2 Years To Get Ready
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".
UK
16 Dec 2011
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Government Announces £10m Local Energy Assessment Fund And A Further £20m Available In Salix Loans
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.
UK
13 Dec 2011
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Green Deal And ECO Consultation Launched
The long awaited consultation on the Green Deal scheme has finally been published.
UK
30 Nov 2011
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Phase 1 Of The RHI Launched Today
Phase 1 of the RHI scheme is now in force.
UK
29 Nov 2011
7
The Green Deal And Consumer Law
The Government has recently proposed the Green Deal, a revolutionary programme to increase the energy efficiency of the UK’s building stock.
UK
17 Nov 2011
8
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
9
A Further Update On The RHI: Reduction In Large-Scale Biomass Tariff
DECC have announced that the RHI Regulations have been laid before Parliament and DECC now hope to have the RHI open for applications by the end of November.
UK
31 Oct 2011
10
Consultation Published On Northern Ireland Renewables Obligation (NIRO) Banding Review
Northern Irish Department for Enterprise Trade and Investment (DETI) have published the NIRO Banding Consultation.
UK
31 Oct 2011
11
Eversheds' Clean Energy And Sustainability Briefing: Consumer Rights Directive ("CRD")
Welcome to this Eversheds Energy Sector briefing which concerns significant changes to consumer law.
UK
31 Oct 2011
12
Response: ‘The Oil And Gas Clause’ – Is A Change In Practice Now Emerging?
On 12 September 2011, Jason Lovell – one of our clean energy lawyers published this post regarding the Oil and Gas Clause and asked whether it could signify a change in practice for offshore leasing.
UK
10 Oct 2011
13
Renewable Heat Incentive
As you will be aware, DECC was planning to launch the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for non-domestic generators on 30 September 2011.
UK
4 Oct 2011
14
Government Announces Response To Consultation On The Extensions Provisions In The FIT Scheme
Yesterday DECC announced its response to the consultation on the extensions provisions under the FIT Scheme.
UK
4 Oct 2011
15
Eversheds' Clean Energy And Sustainability Briefing: The Criticality Of Consultation – The IPC Rejects Proposed Changes To Brig - y - Cwm Waste Generation Project
The Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC) has published a letter on its website announcing that it has rejected changes to a scheme that was before the IPC for consideration - the Brig-y-Cwm energy from waste generating facility.
UK
4 Oct 2011
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UK’s Green Deal Gathers Pace
The Green Deal was first introduced in the Energy Bill introduced into Parliament in December 2010.
UK
4 Oct 2011
17
The Natural Environment White Paper: Necessary Protection Or A Threat To Development Deliverability?
The Natural Environment White Paper, "The Natural Choice: securing the value of Nature", states ambitious aims: to halt overall biodiversity loss by 2020, to support the recovery of ‘healthy, well functioning’ ecosystems, and to establish coherent ecological networks increasing areas for priority habitats by at least 2,000 km2.
UK
28 Sep 2011
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UK’s Green Deal Gathers Pace
The Green Deal was first introduced in the Energy Bill introduced into Parliament in December 2010.
UK
28 Sep 2011
19
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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Government Announces Consultation To Change The Extensions Provisions Under The Feed-In Tariff Scheme
Yesterday the Government has launched a consultation to change the provisions dealing with the treatment of extensions to installations under the UK Feed-in Tariff scheme
UK
29 Jul 2011
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