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This article explores recent decisions on German legislature concerning pressing issues such as the PV renumeration cap, distance requirements for onshore wind farms and deadline extension in the EEG.
The transaction was approved, subject to conditions, earlier in the year and involved the financial and commercial arrangements relating to the acquisition by TUIC of the HL Cruises’ business, including its luxury and expedition fleet, consisting of two five-star plus category luxury vessels and three expedition cruise ships.
This is the largest onshore wind PPA signed in Europe to date. The wind farms, which are under construction, will be connected to the grid over the next 12 months. They are expected to generate enough renewable power to provide for approx. 430,000 Spanish households.
Eugenio Tranchino discusses the recent measures taken by the Italian Government to support and promote the economic recovery of the country as it eases government restrictions.
Malte Jordan moves up from 49th to 24th and Henry Stewart joins the list for the first time at 68th.
The article focuses on construction and non-construction operations in general and also discusses the recent C Spencer Limited v MW HighTech Projects UK Limited judgment handed down in the Court of Appeal.
With a capacity of nearly 40 MW and covering a 15-20-year period, these green CPPAs are among the largest in Europe in terms of volume to date.
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Finalists were selected by a technical commission composed of top management specialists and in-house counsels.
The Royal Decree-Law 23/2020, which approves measures in the field of energy and other areas for economic recovery entered into force on 25 June 2020. This article provides an analysis of the changes introduced and their effect on renewable energy projects.