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Another Interesting Year Ahead For European Renewables
On 5 February 2019, Dentons held its fourth annual workshop on investing in European renewables. Here we outline some of the key messages that emerged.
European Union
21 Feb 2019
The Future Of Gas: Transition To Hydrogen In The Gas Grid
Hydrogen is often seen as a key enabler of the energy transition.
22 Jan 2019
Global Energy Game Changers – Blockchain In The Energy Sector: Evolving Business Models And Law
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts are said to have the potential to disrupt established business models in a range of industries.
4 Oct 2018
Low Carbon Heat: If Not Now, When (And How)?
Decarbonising the UK's heat supply is a massive challenge, but like other aspects of the energy transition, it also presents significant opportunities for investors, developers, consumers and others.
12 Jul 2018
Court Rules Ofgem's "Embedded Benefits" Decision Not Flawed
In a judgment dated 22 June 2018, the High Court (Lavender J) dismissed a challenge brought by a number of electricity generators (the Claimants) against a decision of the Gas and Electricity ...
4 Jul 2018
Further Step Towards Energy Retail Price (Re-)Regulation As Tariff Cap Bill Is Introduced Into UK Parliament
Legislation to impose a price cap on domestic energy bills was introduced into Parliament on 26 February 2018.
1 Mar 2018
Investing In Renewable Energy Projects In Europe 2018
The great European energy transition continued in 2017 and, across the continent as a whole, shows little sign of slowing up in 2018.
European Union
7 Feb 2018
Trump's Response To Harvey, Irma, Maria And Sandy: More Subsidies For Coal-Fired Power
Those who wondered how President Trump would make good on his promise to put coal miners back to work now have their answer.
United States
19 Oct 2017
Ofgem On Storage As Generation (On The Way To A Smart, Flexible Energy System? Part 2)
On 29 September 2017, Ofgem published two storage-related consultations on possible modifications to the standard licence conditions of electricity generation and distribution licences.
9 Oct 2017
On The Way To A Smart, Flexible Gb Energy System? Part 1 (Overview And Storage)
Things may be starting to move a bit faster in the world of GB energy policy after what you could be forgiven for thinking was a Brexit-induced slowdown.
16 Aug 2017
Strong And Stable, Or Storing Up Trouble? The Outlook For Energy Storage Projects In The UK
While strength and stability have taken rhetorical centre stage in the run-up to the UK's snap General Election on 8 June, the GB energy system faces radical uncertainty on a number of fronts...
12 Jun 2017
Investing In Renewable Energy Projects In Europe 2017
The year since the signing of the Paris Agreement has marked a breakthrough for renewables.
European Union
15 Mar 2017
UK "Early" Capacity Market Auction Produces Cheapest Prices Yet
The provisional results of the "early" Capacity Market auction held last week have now been published.
16 Feb 2017
Close But No Cigar? What's Different About The T-4 Capacity Market Auction Results Of 2016?
The first, immediately below, shows the progress of bidding in the 2016 auction. In simple terms: the process starts with all prequalified potential providers of capacity "in" at the cap price...
15 Dec 2016
Something For Everyone? The European Commission's Winter "Clean Energy" Package On Energy Union (November 2016)
On 30 November 2016, the European Commission officially unveiled the latest instalment of its ongoing Energy Union initiative, which will reform some of the central pieces of EU energy legislation.
8 Dec 2016
First Flesh On The Bones Of The New UK Government's Energy Policy?
The UK Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) chose 9 November 2016 to release a series of long-awaited energy policy documents.
15 Nov 2016
Global Energy Game Changers - Focus On Europe
The global energy sector is undergoing a dramatic transformation. New technologies and new regulations in nearly every subsector are straining yesterday's business models.
5 Oct 2016
Thoughts On The Death Of DECC
Over the course of 13 and 14 July 2016, UK's new Prime Minister, Theresa May, appointed the Secretaries of State who will lead the various Departments of Government.
20 Jul 2016
Energy Brexit: Initial Thoughts
In the energy sector, as elsewhere, it is far too early to give any definitive view on the effects of the UK electorate's vote to leave the EU, or to offer a comprehensive analysis of the merits of the options...
European Union
12 Jul 2016
The New North Sea – Part 2: The Legal Mechanics Of "MER UK"
This is the second in a series of posts on the new regulatory regime for the North Sea oil and gas industry following the enactment of the Energy Act 2016.
17 Jun 2016
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