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Brexit: Brexit and loan agreements

United Kingdom, European Union - July 27 2016 The Brexit vote is likely to have little immediate legal impact on most current finance agreements. It would be unlikely, for example, that a lender...

Catherine Astruc, Adam Pierce, Byron Nurse.

Grace periods for early closure of renewables obligation support for onshore wind

United Kingdom - October 12 2015 On 8 October 2015, the UK Government's Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) set out its detailed proposals for mitigating the impact of the...

Adam Brown.

Levellling the playing field? UK government reduces effective of price of renewable power by £5mwh

United Kingdom - July 9 2015 On 8 July 2015, George Osborne's Summer 2015 Budget had little new to say about UK energy policy: extension of some North Sea tax reliefs, a review...

Adam Brown.

Renewable energy in Europe

European Union - October 28 2014 Directive 200177EC laid down a framework for the promotion of electricity produced from renewable energy sources (RES) in the European Union. This...

Marc Fornacciari, Javier Lasa, Dr. Peter Mayer, Charles July, Tomasz Janas.

On the horizon 2014: UK energy law and regulation electricity sector briefing

United Kingdom - February 13 2014 The need to resolve the "trilemma" of how to achieve power supplies that are secure, reasonably priced and sourced from low-carbon generating...

Charles Wood, Charles July, Adam Brown.