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On 1 July 2014, BIS published new guidance on how to apply the new EU General Block Exemption Regulation.
Ofgem has consulted on whether to refer the energy market for an in-depth investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority and on the scope of the reference.
Walker Morris’s David Kilduff has addressed a collaboration of local authorities at the launch of APSE Energy in Parliament.
The Queen’s Speech was delivered to both Houses of Parliament on 4 June, outlining the intended legislative programme for the 2014–15 session.
DECC’s UK Solar PV Strategy Part 1: Roadmap to a Brighter Future sets out the strategy for the development of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy generation in the UK.
Biomethane-to-grid technology involves producing biogas through anaerobic digestion (AD) of crops, waste, slurries or sewage feedstock.
The threat of blackouts and proposed price hikes in energy costs serves as a reminder that the UK’s energy policy continues its rise up the barometer of economic and political importance.
On 21 May 2014 the European Commission adopted key measures as part of its State Aid Modernisation programme.
Foresight is an easy-to-use legal calendar that outlines major cases, government policy and forthcoming legislation right through to 2017.
DECC has provided more detail of how the financial support that the government gives to renewable energy schemes will work going forward.
The directorate-general for competition recently published guidance on the new rules governing state aid for energy projects and environmental protection.
The CRC is a mandatory emissions trading scheme administered by the Environment Agency.
The Waste (England and Wales) Regulations require that, as from January 2015, there must be separate collections for paper, metal, plastic and glass where practicable.
Wakefield Waste PFI has been shortlisted for the Best Waste/Energy/Water Project and the Best Project Team in the Partnership Awards. The team was advised by Walker Morris.
Walker Morris has advised the TEG Group, an AIM-listed green technology company, on its acquisition of a composting operation at Hillbarton, near Exeter.
Where a buyer wrongfully neglects or refuses to accept and pay for goods, the seller may bring an action for damages for non-acceptance.
Ofgem, OFT and CMA have been have been working to assess whether the market for supply of gas and electricity to households and small firms is sufficiently competitive.
Energy, waste and renewables lawyers from Walker Morris have advised Augean on the disposal of parts of its former Waste Network division.
The amount of capital funding an HEI receives from the Higher Education Funding Council for England depends on how much that HEI has reduced its carbon emissions.
The European Commission has published the EU’s ‘2030 Framework for Climate and Energy’, setting out targets for greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energy and energy efficiency.