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All German companies will soon have to report on their ownership structures to the German Transparency Register as a new law has abolished simplifications that previously applied to the majority of companies.
WFW represented Tea Energia Srl, a wholly-owned subsidiary of electricity and natural gas supplier Gruppo Tea, before the Regional Administrative Court of Milan on its request for the annulment of a sanction from the Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment regarding electricity imbalances.
On 10 June 2021, the German Parliament (Bundestag) adopted the Act on the Implementation of the Digitalisation Directive (Gesetz zur Umsetzung der Digitalisierungsrichtlinie, DiRUG) of the European Union, setting the framework for the online formation and registration of branches of new businesses in Germany.
The transparency of algorithms between the Artificial Intelligence Act and the Italian Courts12 July 2021
This article analyses why this means the question of transparency of algorithms is destined to become increasingly important.
Omniwatt currently operates a portfolio comprising five wind farms with a total capacity of 58 MW and two solar power plants with a combined capacity of 22 MW.
RD-L 12/2021 adopts urgent measures in the field of energy taxation and generation, as well as regarding the management of the regulatory levy and the water-use tariff.
Our German Regulatory team publish a regular newsletter offering insights into changes and challenges within the public sector in Germany.
The WFW Italy Regulatory team advised Made in Energy before the Regional Administrative Court of Milan on its request for the annulment of a sanction from the Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment regarding electricity imbalances.
The long-awaited UK government white paper “The Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail” has been published. It contains 62 commitments and in this article we explore some of the key points for the UK rail sector.