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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
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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
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"Transforming Regulatory Enforcement" - An Opportunity To Shape Future Regulatory Enforcement?
Poor regulatory enforcement processes can act as a disincentive to companies self-reporting problems and issues. It is clearly in everyone’s interests to seek to create a robust enforcement environment in which regulated utilities can have confidence.
UK
23 Sep 2011
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The Netherlands Boosts Its Feed-In Tariff For Renewable Energy
The Dutch ministry of economic affairs has revealed its 2009 feed-in tariff scheme, setting a large, approximated 1000MW, cap for renewable energy sources, from which 830MW for onshore wind and also including mini-hydro in its regime for the first time.
Netherlands
 
18 Mar 2009
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Carbon Reduction Commitment ("CRC") - The Latest News
On 12 March 2009, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published the long-awaited draft Order and a final consultation paper on CRC. A draft user guide has also been published.
UK
17 Mar 2009
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Round And Round: China Is Aiming For A Circular Society With The New Recycling Economy Promotion Law
Extravagant packaging, wasted water, lights turned on all night - all could be under threat by the Recycling Economy Promotion Law, which comes into effect on January 1 2009.
China
21 Jan 2009
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Combined Heat And Power Schemes
As climate change issues gather speed local authorities are pivotal and well placed to have maximum influence.
UK
1 Dec 2008
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A Collective Effort - Excerpt
Adam Gunn, a director at Routledge Modise Eversheds, says this is a “legally and environmentally” interesting issue.
South Africa
28 Oct 2008
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Biomass and CHP Financing
Biomass in the UK has seen a huge surge in the past 12 months. This has been largely due to the doubling of ROC's (Renewable Obligation Certificates) for qualifying biomass projects. It is also driven by the appetite of the utilities and independent developers for a more diversified portfolio of renewable generating assets and the need for waste generators e.g. local authorities in respect of waste wood, and retailers in respect of food waste, to deal with their waste more effectively.
UK
20 Apr 2008
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Carbon Counsel
The Clean Energy and Sustainability Group at Eversheds suggest some practical tips for preparing for a new carbon trading scheme that the government assesses will affect between 4,000 and 5,000 businesses and organisations in the UK and will be introduced from January 2010.
UK
29 Feb 2008
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Recent Case In The European Court Of First Instance: Enercon GmbH v Harmonisierungsamt fϋr den Binnenmarkt
German wind turbine manufacturer Enercon applied to register a shape consisting of an American football-shaped wind turbine as a Community Trade Mark. The class of goods covered included wind turbines.
Germany
13 Dec 2007
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Policy Support – China Embraces The Development Of Renewable Energy
The National Development and Reform Commission, the planner of China's macro-economy, released China's Renewable Energy Medium and Long-Term Development Plan (the development plan) on 31 August 2007.
China
19 Oct 2007
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New Rules To Boost Electricity From Renewable Energy
China recently introduced new rules to boost electricity generated from renewable energy. The latest 'Measures for the Administration of Power Grid Enterprises' Full Acquisition of Renewable Energy Power' (administration measures) were adopted on 17 July by the State Electricity Regulatory Commission and came into effect on 1 September 2007.
China
18 Oct 2007
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