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DECC consultation on the provision of third-party access to licence exempt electricity and gas networks

United Kingdom - November 18 2010 On 19 October the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published the long-awaited consultation on how it proposes to implement in relation to licence exempt networks the EU requirement that third-party access is available to all gas and electricity distribution networks....


The UK Comprehensive Spending Review: implications for the climate change industry

United Kingdom - October 21 2010 The energy industry, particularly the climate change sector, has waited with baited breath for what would be revealed in the UK Government's Comprehensive Spending Review....

Matt Bonass, Stephen Shergold, John Woolley, Lucille De Silva.


The Carbon Reduction Commitment: is your organisation affected? An update on the government’s implementation proposals

United Kingdom - August 13 2009 If you spend over £500,000 on electricity bills then the CRC will affect you....

Tom Eldridge.


Limitation of liability: consequential or indirect loss

United Kingdom - August 13 2009 Most types of energy-related contracts contain some form of clause seeking to limit the liability of one party or all parties for losses suffered by a party due to breaches of the contract....

Tom Eldridge.


Demystifying judicial review

United Kingdom - August 13 2009 Developing energy policy in the UK is the preserve of the Government....

Tom Eldridge.