In this eighth and final instalment in our OFTO series, we look at the lessons that can be learned from the OFTO regime when implementing the CATO regime.
In the seventh article of our OFTO series, we set out common issues that arise in negotiating OFTO sale and purchase agreements, particularly in light of the unusual dynamics created by the tender process.
The treatment of “income adjusting events” is a source of potential litigation, both in terms of judicial reviews and contractual warranty or indemnity claims. In the sixth of our nine-part series on the OFTO Regime, this article examines the issues that arise and how parties might seek to resolve them.
In the fifth of our nine-part series on the OFTO Regime, this article, we consider how the operation of the Generator Commissioning Clause affects the OFTO tender process, its unintended consequences and whether it is still fit for purpose.
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.
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.
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.