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Global Environment Newsletter - Summer 2014 Edition

10 September 2014

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Welcome to the Summer edition of our Global Environment Newsletter. This issue covers the following topics: Europe: A new accelerated consenting process for energy network infrastructure. Australia: Repeal of the Carbon "Tax" – what's...

Australian Energy and Resources Update: June 2014

2 July 2014

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Welcome to our monthly update on Australian energy and resources-related legal developments. This month, the Australian Government continued to actively pursue its climate change policy reform agenda, while significant legislative reforms for the entire resources...

Renewable Incentives: Approaching Maturity - 4th edition

11 June 2014

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The last few years have seen a turbulent time for the renewable energy sector. 2014 figures show that global investment in renewables fell in 2012 for the first time since 2009. Continuing global economic problems and uncertainty over renewable policy frameworks...

Clifford Chance Newsletter – Russia Update Winter-Spring 2014

4 April 2014

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Topics discussed in the Winter / Spring 2014 issue include: - financial mega regulator goes live - further update on the Civil Code reform - new regulations from the Central Bank: mandatory ratios adapted to Basel III, audit procedures and more - proposed...

Australian Energy and Resources Update: March 2014

2 April 2014

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Welcome to our monthly update on Australian energy and resources-related legal developments. This update is intended as a snapshot and not specific legal advice (nor an exhaustive coverage of all relevant issues). If you would like further information on any...

Managing the Transition from Renewables Obligation to CfD

14 March 2014

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One key challenge for UK Electricity Market Reform is to manage the transition from the current Renewables Obligation (RO) scheme to the new Contract for Difference Feed-in Tariff scheme (CfD). The Government intends that the RO and CfD schemes will run in parallel...