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Knock-For-Knock Liability - Does It Work In The German Market?
Due to the large number of offshore windfarm projects having already been completed or being under construction in the German Exclusive Economic Zone
UK
4 Sep 2019
2
Australia, Renewables And The "Climate Change Election" That Wasn't
As Britain undergoes its latest political drama it is worth remembering that, half the world away, Australia has just emerged from what many called its "climate change election
Australia
28 Jun 2019
3
Solar Wars IX: The Saga Continues
Previous Solar Wars articles reported on the numerous claims for breach of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) ...
European Union
30 May 2019
4
The German Offshore Wind Act – What's New
Offshore wind energy production has been an ever-growing business in Germany for the last few years
Germany
3 May 2019
5
International Investment In Mexican Energy: In Or Out?
Energy reforms in Mexico have made it an excellent target for international investment in recent years, but the election of a new left-wing president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, has cast doubts about the...
UK
4 Apr 2019
6
Sulphur Cap Series: Part 3 - Options Available To Shipping Companies And Associated Funding
The risk when bunkering non-compliant fuel, therefore, remains firmly with owners.
UK
1 Feb 2019
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Energy Arbitrations - November 27, 2018
This is the third year that the authors have contributed a chapter on energy arbitrations to this publication.
UK
29 Nov 2018
8
Offshore Wind In The State Of New York: Challenges And Considerations For The Insurance Industry
New York State's abundant wind resources and strong government backing for renewables make it ripe for expansion in offshore wind.
United States
31 Oct 2018
9
New York Wind Resources And Government Backed Renewables Create Expansive Offshore Wind Opportunity
New York State's abundant wind resources and strong government backing for renewables make it ripe for expansion in offshore wind.
UK
23 Oct 2018
10
The New Models For Energy Transition In Africa: A Legal Review Of Mini-Grid Systems In DRC
On 28 September 2018 the ministry in charge of energy in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) published an expression of interest relating to 3 mini-grid projects based on hybrid solar PV technology
France
12 Oct 2018
11
Review Of Capacity Market And Emissions Performance Standard
How well have the Capacity Market (CM) and Emissions Performance Standard been working and are there any opportunities for improvement?
UK
17 Sep 2018
12
Solar Wars Part VI: Antin Infrastructure Services – May The Fourth Be With You
Previous Solar Wars articles considered arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) arising out of the curtailment of renewable incentive schemes in Europe.
UK
24 Jul 2018
13
Solar Wars Part V: Achmea – A Phantom Menace?
In our previous four Solar Wars articles, we considered arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) ...
UK
24 Jul 2018
14
Key Considerations For Foreign Investors In The Indonesian Power Sector
Indonesia is currently undergoing massive growth and transformation in its power sector following a string of reforms to facilitate the five-year 35 GW program promulgated by President Joko Widodo in 2014.
Indonesia
9 Feb 2018
15
US Tariffs: Where Trump Rushes In, Others May Fear To Tread
It was reported on 23 January 2018 that the US is to impose tariffs on imported solar panels and washing machines.
United States
26 Jan 2018
16
Solar Wars: Part III - Return Of The European Commission
In the previous Solar Wars articles, we examined the arbitral awards made in late 2016 and 2017 in respect of investors' claims under the ECT in connection with the curtailment of...
UK
26 Jan 2018
17
Solar Wars: Part II – The States Strike Back
In part one of this article we explained how one of this year's arbitration awards might have given investors a new hope.
UK
22 Jan 2018
18
Solar Wars: Part I – A New Hope For Investors?
In countries such as Spain and Italy, the focus was on solar power
European Union
22 Jan 2018
19
Lack Of Uniform International Legal Framework Will Hinder The Adoption Of Green Technology
Over two thirds (68%) of global marine industry executives believe that a lack of uniform international environmental regulations will impede the adoption of green technologies in shipping, according to a new report ...
United States
15 Jan 2018
20
The Electricity Sector In Burundi: A Place For Renewable Energy In The Great Lakes Region?
The energy sector in Burundi is today very circumscribed. It is mainly made up of the national utility "Regideso", who benefits from a legal monopoly for electricity transmission, distribution...
Burundi
8 Jan 2018
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