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KCG Partners Law Firm
In December 2018, EU legislators agreed to adopt new electricity market rules to better integrate renewable energy, to help consumers switching energy providers and to end state subsidies
KCG Partners Law Firm
The European Commission („EC") has launched an infringement proceeding against Hungary in July 2018.
Latham & Watkins
On 13 February 2012, the General Court (GC) confirmed that power purchase agreements (PPAs) concluded in Hungary between 1995 and 2001 (before its accession to the EU in 2004) by State-owned entities and power generators constituted illegal State aid.
On September 2, 2019 the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority launched its first tender to support renewable electricity producers under the METÁR renewables support system.
KCG Partners Law Firm
A fúrt kutakkal kapcsolatos aktuális teendők
KCG Partners Law Firm
There can be even 1 million wells or borehole in Hungary with an unclarified status that had been built without a permit in the last decades.
KCG Partners Law Firm
Magyarország ivóvízkészletének 95%-a felszín alatti vizekből származik. Mivel ez egy véges természeti erőforrás, épp ezért fontos, hogy az illegális kutak száma visszaszorításra kerüljön a jövőben.
KCG Partners Law Firm
The Industry and Energy Committee accepted four legislative proposals on the EU electricity market in February 2018.
Wolf Theiss
RES financial incentive scheme in Hungary – Impacts on the regulatory and investment environment of the development of photovoltaic power plants
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
By introducing a new concept of guarantees of origin on 17 August 2013, positive changes took place in the certification of renewable sources of electricity in Hungary.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
In 2013, Hungary has introduced a 10% household utilities price cut in the field of electricity, gas and district heating.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
Environmental consciousness, increased responsibility in protecting the environment, and sustainable development are core values for more and more multinational and Hungarian companies, among them real estate developers and investors.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
An important step in the gradual liberalisation of the Hungarian electricity market was the implementation of the Second Electricity Directive.
Ormai és Társai CMS Cameron McKenna
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