The Future of Energy – What is Green?

The Future of Energy – What is Green?

This seminar will be chaired by Karim Ghaly KC, with presentations from Chantal du Toit, Senior Legal Counsel, Shell and, from 39 Essex Chambers, Duncan Sinclair, Victoria Hutton and Ruth… Read more »

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Juan Lopez’s address to UKELA East members and guests on BEIS’ current consultation

Juan Lopez addressed UKELA East members and guests on 13 October, speaking on BEIS’ current consultation: Review of Energy National Policy Statements, in prelude to the widely anticipated Energy session… Read more »

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Remedies where giving effect to a legitimate expectation would be ultra vires: drawing inspiration from a recent renewable energy judicial review

The unusually detailed permission decision of Fordham J in R (Woodboilers LLP) v Gas and Electricity Markets Authority [2020] EWHC 1578 (Admin) – a challenge by a renewable energy company to the… Read more »

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Net Zero and the Rule of Law

We all now know what is needed in terms of greenhouse gas emissions reductions in order to avert the climate change catastrophe which we are currently seeing played out in… Read more »

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Necessary Wayleave Application Receives Review by BEIS

Eastern Power Networks, as the holder of a distribution licence issued under section 6(1)(c) of the Electricity Act 1989, has agreed terms with a landowner over which electric overhead lines… Read more »

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“Advanced Security and Safeguarding in the Nuclear Power Industry: State of the art and future challenges” Published

“Advanced Security and Safeguarding in the Nuclear Power Industry: State of the art and future challenges”, has been published by Elsevier today. Jonathan Bellamy is a contributor and his chapter… Read more »

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Oil and gas regime to be reviewed as Government admits transposition error

The government is launching a review of the Environmental Impact Assessment legislation and practices for offshore oil and gas after conceding judicial review proceedings brought against drilling in Poole Bay…. Read more »

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Further Information wrongly disregarded in Renewable Heat Incentive accreditation contrary to statutory guidance

The Northern Ireland Court of Appeal has allowed an appeal by a woodchip manufacturer against the refusal to accredit their facility for the Renewable Heat Incentive. To encourage renewable heat… Read more »

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