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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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Eversheds Advise On The First Ever Application To The IPC For Onshore Wind Development
The Eversheds’ Planning and Parliamentary Team have advised RWE Npower Renewables Limited in relation to the first ever application to the Infrastructure Planning Commission for a Development Consent Order for an onshore wind farm.
UK
1 Dec 2011
3
Green Deal And ECO Consultation Launched
The long awaited consultation on the Green Deal scheme has finally been published.
UK
30 Nov 2011
4
Phase 1 Of The RHI Launched Today
Phase 1 of the RHI scheme is now in force.
UK
29 Nov 2011
5
DECC Release Draft Renewables Obligation Order 2012 And Impact Assessment On Banding Review Consultation
Following the release by DECC on 20 October 2011 of the consultation on the banding review for the Renewables Obligation to come into effect from 1 April 2013 (1 April 2014 for offshore wind), yesterday DECC released the proposed draft Order and also an impact assessment on the consultation proposals.
UK
14 Nov 2011
6
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
7
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
8
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
9
DECC Releases Renewables Obligation Banding Review Consultation
The DECC has unveiled the widely anticipated consultation on the Renewables Obligation (RO) banding review.
UK
28 Oct 2011
10
Scottish Government Announce Consultation On ROC Banding Review In Scotland
On 21 October 2011, the Scottish Government published the Consultation on the Renewables Obligation Scotland (ROS) Banding Review. The consultation sets out the proposed levels of support for generating stations from 2013-17 under the ROS.
UK
27 Oct 2011
11
Update On The Renewable Heat Incentive
The RHI was supposed to be launched on 30 September 2011 however, DECC announced shortly before the proposed start of the scheme that as part of the State Aid approval the European Commission had expressed concerns that the large biomass tariff was set too high.
UK
18 Oct 2011
12
National Planning Policy Framework ("NPPF") From A Renewables Persepctive
In December 2010 Greg Clark MP announced the Government’s intention to consolidate national planning policy in England into a "simpler" policy framework.
UK
11 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
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
15
The CERC Reduces Indian Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Prices By 15.38% To 17.88%
Further to our bulletin on 28 June 2011 outlining the proposed changes to REC prices, the CERC has indeed confirmed that it is to reduce REC prices by 15.38% to 17.88%. The reduction will certainly knock investor confidence to some extent but the floor price has been reduced to the extent originally announced.
India
28 Sep 2011
16
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
17
The Law of Unintended Consequences – The Risks Of Challenging Administrative Law Decision-Making
A recent case involving Tate & Lyle Sugars Limited ("Tate & Lyle") illustrates some of the potential unintended consequences of reopening administrative decision-making.
UK
29 Jul 2011
18
Eversheds' Clean Energy And Sustainability Briefing: Ministerial Statement On The Oil And Gas Clause Relevant To Offshore Renewables
On 12 July 2011 Chris Huhne MP, the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, laid a written ministerial statement before Parliament relating to the "Oil and Gas Clause".
UK
14 Jul 2011
19
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
20
Change to the Law Means Demolition Requires Planning Permission and EIA
This recent case concerned a demolition with no connection to renewable energy.
UK
21 Apr 2011
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