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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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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Eversheds' Clean Energy And Sustainability Briefing: Electricity Market Reform – The Highlights
On 12 July the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), released its eagerly anticipated Electricity Market Reform White Paper (the White Paper). The contents of the White Paper bring some further clarity to the measures described in DECC’s prior consultation document of 16 December 2010.
UK
14 Jul 2011
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DECC Announcement - Proposals to Reduce the Financial Support Available to Larger Scale Solar-Produced Electricity Whilst Increasing the Support for Farm-Scale Anaerobic Digestion
DECC have today announced proposals to reduce the financial support available to larger scale solar-produced electricity. This will mean reduced tariffs for over-50kW solar effective from 1st August 2011.
UK
22 Mar 2011
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Consultation on the Enduring OFTO Regime
DECC and Ofgem have today published a joint open letter outlining their intention to consult further on the enduring regime for offshore electricity transmission.
UK
4 Aug 2010
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Electric Vehicles Opportunity In China (Green Paper: Renewable Energy Bulletin)
Ever since Warren Buffett invested last Autumn in a 10 per cent stake in BYD, China's leading electric vehicle and battery manufacturer, the potential of China's electric vehicles sector has caught the attention of both domestic Chinese and foreign investors.
China
24 Mar 2010
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Dealing With Climate Change In Local Government
Climate change has had unprecedented levels of publicity recently with the intergovernmental summit in Copenhagen.
UK
2 Feb 2010
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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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Landowner, Rights Holder In Gems Battle
FEW activities are more environmentally destructive than mining. But South Africa's economy was built on mining.
UK
 
10 Mar 2009
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Channelling Foreign Investment Toward Cleaner Energy Production (Eversheds’ China Renewable Energy Bulletin)
The most recent version of the Guidance Catalogue for Foreign Investment Industries (the Catalogue) came into effect on 1 December 2007. Foreign investors in China are required to comply with the restriction on shareholding interest in different industries, as outlined in the Catalogue.
China
12 Mar 2008
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Anticipating The New Energy Law (Eversheds’ China Renewable Energy Bulletin)
China’s Office of the National Energy Leading Group (ONELG) recently released its fifth draft Energy Law for public comment. The new law reveals key insights into the issues that the Chinese Government will, in the coming years, place at the top of its policy agenda concerning cleaner energy production.
China
12 Mar 2008
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The Green Paper - China Renewable Energy Bulletin
China’s Office of the National Energy Leading Group ("ONELG") recently released its fifth draft Energy Law for public comment. The new law reveals key insights into the issues that the Chinese government will, in the coming years, place at the top of its policy agenda concerning cleaner energy production.
China
5 Feb 2008
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Preferential Tariff Policies On Turbines In People’s Republic Of China (‘PRC’)
The Customs Import and Export Tariff of the People’s Republic of China for 2007 (‘the Customs’) has set out the import tariff rate, value-added tax rate and export drawback rate on turbo-jets, turbo-propellers and other gas turbines.
China
13 Dec 2007
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The Winds Of Change Are Blowing In Ireland
The Irish Government‘s Green Paper on Energy entitled ‘Towards a Sustainable Energy Future for Ireland’ was published in October 2006. Many interested parties made submissions, including a proposal from the Commission for Energy Regulation (‘CER’) to establish an independent state-owned network company for electricity. The key element of this proposal, however, is that the proposed company be run on a ‘not for profit’ basis.
UK
11 Dec 2007
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