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A Second Chance For The Renewables Sector?
The Romanian Ministry of Energy recently finalised the public debate of a document outlining a new mechanism for supporting low-carbon electricity generation, in the form of a Contract for Difference scheme.
Romania
21 May 2019
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A Second Chance For The Renewables Sector?
The Romanian Ministry of Energy recently finalised the public debate of a document outlining a new mechanism for supporting low-carbon electricity generation, in the form of a Contract for Difference (CfD) scheme.
Romania
21 May 2019
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First Decisions Prohibiting Concentrations Issued In Bulgaria
On 19 July, 2018 the Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (the "CPC") prohibited two concentrations.
Bulgaria
8 Aug 2018
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Renewable Energy: Amendment Of The Austrian Green Electricity Act Doubles Funding
After four months of negotiations, the Austrian National Council has finally reached an agreement on the amendment of the Green Electricity Act ("Ökostromnovelle").
Austria
6 Jul 2017
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Finally On Track For A Comprehensive Support Scheme For Renewable Energy?
Albania had adopted legislation for the promotion of RES facilities in 2013.
Albania
17 Feb 2017
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Government Bill For Amending The Promotion Scheme For Green Electricity. Hope For New Investments, But Not Yet An Ideal Solution.
As a result of the strong decrease in electricity market pricing, green electricity plant projects cannot find a place in special promotion quotas.
Austria
15 Feb 2017
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European Commission Releases "Clean Energy Package"
On 30 November 2016 the European Commission published its "Winter Package" containing proposals for new rules for a consumer-centered clean energy transition.
European Union
22 Dec 2016
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Act On Windfarms And Amendments To The Act On Renewable Energy Sources
On 27 June 2016 the Polish President signed a new bill introducing changes to the Act on Renewable Energy Sources ("Amending Act").
Poland
4 Jul 2016
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RES In Serbia: New Secondary Legislation Package Adopted
The long-awaited package of secondary legislation regarding renewables ("Secondary Legislation") was finally adopted by the Government of Serbia on 13 June 2016.
Serbia
20 Jun 2016
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Hello There, Moldova! Is There Some Room Left For Guaranteed Feed-In Tariffs For Renewables?
On 25 March 2016 the Moldovan Parliament passed a new law on the promotion of the use of electric energy from renewables.
Moldova
23 May 2016
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Investment Arbitration In The Context Of Renewable Energy Investments
There has been a lot of talk about investment arbitration in relation to the cuts in and changes to the Romanian government's support scheme for renewable energy.
Romania
3 Feb 2016
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New Support Scheme For Renewable Energy Sources Already Adopted
Poland’s parliament recently adopted a new act on renewable energy sources ("RES") that significantly changes the RES support scheme in the country
Poland
11 Mar 2015
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ECJ Confirms That Purely National Promotion Of Green Electricity Does Not Necessarily Violate EU Law
The ECJ ruled that individual EU Member States are allowed to establish renewable energy support schemes.
European Union
3 Jul 2014
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Abolishment Of Regulatory Permits
The Ukrainian parliament adopted Draft Law No. 2436a on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts, reducing the number of mandatory permit documents.
Ukraine
23 Apr 2014
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The Future Of European Energy And Climate Policy Beyond 2020
The long-awaited white paper of the Commission on climate, renewable energy, and energy efficiency going forward beyond 2020 was released on 22 January 2014 (the Communication).
European Union
6 Feb 2014
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Energy Capacity Markets
The increased capacities of intermittent renewable sources of energy have subsequently amplified the need for more back up reserves and flexibility available in a system.
European Union
28 Jan 2014
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What To Expect From Guarantees Of Origin In The Energy Sector
By introducing a new concept of guarantees of origin on 17 August 2013, positive changes took place in the certification of renewable sources of electricity in Hungary.
Hungary
28 Jan 2014
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Slovakia Supports Biomass
The authors discuss the current position of biomass in power generation in Slovakia, the governmental support scheme, and the outlook for the future.
Slovakia
28 Jan 2014
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New Opportunities For Renewable Energy In Turkey
A new communiqué on unlicensed electricity production has been published. There will be new solar and wind energy plant licence applications from December 2014.
Turkey
28 Jan 2014
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Bulgaria: 20% Fee On Solar And Wind Power Plants Challenged Before The Constitutional Court
On 14 January 2014, the President of the Republic of Bulgaria, Mr. Rosen Plevneliev, addressed the country’s Constitutional Court, claiming that the 20% fee on solar and wind power plants does not comply with the Bulgarian Constitution and should therefore be revoked.
Bulgaria
17 Jan 2014
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