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Rokas | Greece | 4 Dec 2023

Update on electricity storage in Greece

In 2022, Greece amended the Energy Framework Law No. 4001/2011 by providing the legal framework for electricity storage particularly regarding licensing, remuneration and market participation. Thus, the law now recognises multiple types of electricity storage. This article focuses on standalone batteries.
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JunHe LLP | China | 20 Nov 2023

两部制电价:助力全国统一电力市场体系建设及新型电力系统可持续发展

2023年11月8日,国家发展和改革委员会、国家能源局发布《关于建立煤电容量电价机制的通知》(以下简称“《通知》” ),明确提出为适应煤电功能转型需要…
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JunHe LLP | Australia | 16 Nov 2023

澳大利亚法律系列介绍(七):投资澳大利亚电力市场概览

澳大利亚一直以其丰富的自然资源而闻名,其发达的采矿业、新兴的可再生能源发电业均吸引着各国投资者,…
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Torys LLP | Canada | 7 Nov 2023

ICI participants may soon be able to offset peak demand using corporate PPAs

The Ontario Ministry of Energy has proposed amendments to regulations under the Electricity Act, 1998 (the Act) that would allow Industrial…
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Norton Rose Fulbright | Global | 17 Aug 2023

Energy measures impacting foreign investment: update and potential investor-state dispute remedies

As a result of Mexico's shift toward a more insular energy policy, the United States has estimated that, as of June 2022, current Mexican energy policies have negatively impacted over $30 billion of investments from US investors and investments. This article provides an update on state-to-state consultations between the United States, Canada and Mexico and explores potential remedies for......
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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP | Germany | 29 Jun 2023

PV Strategy: German Federal Ministry presents measures for the accelerated expansion of photovoltaic plants

Germany has targeted to be greenhouse gas neutral by 2045. Due to its huge greenhouse gas saving potential, the electricity market plays a crucial…
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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP | European Union, Ireland | 11 May 2023

EU Wholesale Electricity Market Reform: Evolution Not Revolution

The recently published European Commission proposals for electricity market design reform are a response to the record-high wholesale electricity…
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Lenz & Staehelin | Switzerland | 8 May 2023

Regulatory framework for electricity derivatives: part two

The importance of energy derivatives has recently grown throughout Europe, including Switzerland. This article provides a brief overview of the regulatory framework under Swiss energy laws and Swiss financial markets laws applicable to energy derivatives, with a particular focus on transactions and/or instruments that have electricity underlying them.
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Lenz & Staehelin | Switzerland | 1 May 2023

Regulatory framework for electricity derivatives: part one

The importance of energy derivatives has recently grown throughout Europe, including Switzerland. This article provides a brief overview of the regulatory framework under Swiss energy laws and Swiss financial markets laws applicable to energy derivatives, with a particular focus on transactions and/or instruments that have electricity underlying them.
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Rokas | Greece | 27 Mar 2023

Greek energy authority regulates sharing of electricity transmission system extension costs

The Greek regulatory energy authority recently published a decision in the Government Gazette on the way in which costs are divided for producers, consumers or distribution networks to connect to the electricity transmission system. According to Greek law, producers or consumers may agree with the electricity transmission system operator to undertake part of the construction works for the......
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