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Investor-Überlegungen im Deutschen Sektor der Erneuerbaren Energien
Deutschland ist nach wie vor ein wichtiger Markt für Investitionen im Bereich Erneuerbare Energien.
Germany
24 Sep 2018
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Investor Considerations In Germany's Renewable Energy Sector
Germany remains an important market for renewable energy investments. The regulatory framework is stable, and in contrast to other countries, Germany imposes no retroactive reductions in feed-in subsidies.
Germany
21 Sep 2018
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FERC Eliminates Reactive Power Exemption For Wind Generators
FERC found in Order No. 827 that the existing exemption was unjust, unreasonable, and unduly discriminatory and preferential.
United States
24 Aug 2016
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Shale Gas In France: Still A "Viable" Option?
Originally viewed as one of the most promising countries in Europe for shale gas development, France recently affirmed its decision to ban hydraulic fracturing.
France
28 May 2015
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FERC Declines To Expand Consideration Of GHG Emissions In Project Approvals But Allows Recovery Of Environmental Compliance Costs In Certain Cases
While the D.C. Circuit remanded a pipeline approval to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") last year in Delaware Riverkeeper v. FERC for failing to consider the "cumulative environmental impacts" of new natural gas pipeline projects and expansions as required by the Natural Gas Act, FERC has not expanded the court's holding into the climate change arena.
United States
26 May 2015
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Newly Updated Renewable Energy Program In Algeria
On February 24, 2015, Algeria's Minister of Energy announced the adoption of Algeria's updated development program for renewable energies.
Algeria
17 Apr 2015
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FERC Revisits Several Decisions Affecting Renewable Energy Development
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has taken several actions that, in various ways, may support renewable energy resource development within the U.S.
United States
12 Feb 2013
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Department Of Defense Expands Its Commitment To Renewables
A recent white paper from Arizona State University notes that, with more than 300,000 buildings and two billion square feet of building space, the Department of Defense ("DOD") consumes more than three-quarters of the energy used by the federal government (by comparison, the white paper notes that Wal-Mart has only 4,200 buildings and approximately 700 million square feet of space in the United States).
United States
22 May 2012
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New Call for Tender in the Onshore Wind Power Sector for French Overseas Territories and Corsica
With tenfold growth between 2005 and 2009, wind-powered energy is and should continue to be a booming sector in France in the coming decades.
France
22 Nov 2010
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FERC Decision Limits California Use of Feed-In Tariffs
In a case that limits states' toolbox for promoting renewable energy development, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission held that state feed-in tariffs could run afoul of FERC's exclusive jurisdiction over wholesale electricity sales.
United States
9 Nov 2010
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New Tender for Biomass Electricity Projects Launched in France
In 2009, France committed to an overall objective of 23 percent of renewable electricity production by 2020 in the context of the EU Climate Change Package.
France
12 Oct 2010
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High Tariffs Fuel French Solar Boom
The strong incentives developed by France for solar power projects over the last years have paid off beyond expectation.
France
13 Sep 2010
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France to Launch Mega Tenders for 3,000 MW of Offshore Wind Energy Projects
With a factor 10 growth between 2005 and 2009, wind-powered energy is a booming sector in France. In 2009 alone, building permits for wind power projects representing an overall capacity of 4,000 megawatts ("MW") have been granted by the French authorities.
France
13 Sep 2010
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