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Offshore Wind - Are you ready for the next generation?

United Kingdom - November 8 2016 Many offshore wind farms are reaching the end of their initial O&M period. Stakeholders are exiting and new parties investing. Defects that arose...

Mary Anne Roff, Lucy Frith, Kate Hencken.

Egypt announces second phase of feed-in tariff programme

Egypt - September 12 2016 The Minister of Electricty and Renewable Energy (MOERE) has announced that, on 28 October 2016, a second phase (Phase Two) of the feed-in tariff (FiT)...

Indraj Mangat, Jean Pascal-Boutin, Tim Armsby.

Pakistan: NEPRA issues 2016 upfront solar tariffs

Pakistan - December 18 2015 Pakistan's National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) yesterday announced the new solar tariffs, which apply from 1 January 2016 for a...

Clint Dempsey, Michelle T Davies, Jean Pascal-Boutin.

Going with the flow - the use of “flow-down” clauses in construction subcontracts

United Kingdom - October 15 2015 The ultimate driver behind any project is the requirements of the employer. It is the employer that requires the delivery of the project, it is...

Rachael Aaron.

Clean Energy & Sustainability e-briefing: South Africa grants further IPP tender deadline extension

South Africa - June 27 2012 The Republic of South Africa's Department of Energy (“SADoE”) has announced that the bid deadline for its third round of tenders for renewable energy projects has been further extended from 14 June 2012 to 14 August 2012....

Michelle T Davies, Charles Marais.