The fourth of our nine-part OFTO series discusses an early holiday gift from Ofgem and BEIS: consultations on the OFTO regime and CfD Allocation Round 4, with responses due early in the new year.
This article explores recent regulatory amendments made by the German Parliament for the faster expansion of offshore wind energy, including a significant increase in the expansion target to 20 GW by 2030.
In the second of our OFTO series, this article details the UK Government’s ambitious net zero carbon emissions target and how Great Britain’s OFTO regime must change to enable delivery at the scale required to meet these targets.
EWE OSS is the market leader in the North Sea energy sector, specialising in the planning and maintenance of offshore wind farms, with vast expertise in substations, transition pieces, IT and communications technology.
Partners Malte Jordan and Daisy East have been quoted in PFI, commenting on the continued rise in interest in the offshore wind market, particularly in Eastern Europe.
In the first of a new nine-part series exploring the challenges and opportunities presented by the OFTO Regime, this introductory article sets the scene, laying out the early development of the regime and considering how it could be improved to deliver 40GW of offshore wind by 2030.
In this nine-part series, our multidisciplinary WFW London team will offer a comprehensive analysis of the planning, regulatory, real estate and construction aspects of the OFTO regime and its impact on the future of the offshore wind market.
The German Government has issued a draft for a substantial revision of the Renewable Energy Act, with a view to paving the way to achieving national climate targets.
This article considers the rise of corporate offtake of renewable energy in Taiwan and how country is supporting its development.