This article, focusing on Germany, is the first of a series of articles exploring the future of e-charging in Europe.
WFW introduces a new series of articles exploring the future of the e-charging industry across Europe.
This guide (in German) discusses the current budgetary and public procurement law framework conditions as well as existing scope for accelerated and interim coverage of demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Statkraft will take on Vattenfall’s existing electric vehicle charging network staff in the UK and will manage, operate and maintain its charging stations.
The German Federal Government has announced support measures for businesses struggling from the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic. This newsletter focuses on the implementation of a protective financial shield as well as certain additional measures including tax reliefs and a loosening of insolvency filing requirements.
The recent outbreak of COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, is having a major impact on the global economy. In order to take adequate measures to fight the aforesaid virus, on 23 February 2020 the Italian Government enacted law decree no. 6.
Galloper Wind Farm is located in the North Sea, 27 km from the coast of Suffolk, England. The sale of Galloper’s transmission assets includes its onshore and offshore substations as well as two subsea export cables.
The ICO’s latest decisions make it clear that private companies can no longer count themselves as safe from information requests under environmental regulations.
This is one of the first few, and the largest, Taiwanese offshore wind farm project financings to complete to date in this flourishing region for offshore wind.
This is the largest photovoltaic portfolio developed by Valorem to date.