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Getting the Deal Through — Electricity Regulation 2017: United Kingdom

1 Policy and law - What is the government policy and legislative framework for the electricity sector? Government policy - Following the EU Referendum held on 23 June 2016, a new prime minister was appointed...more

South African Department of Energy issues LNG-to-Power Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme Information Memorandum –...

The South African Department of Energy has issued an Information Memorandum in connection with the previously announced LNG-to-Power Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme. On 4 October 2016, the South African...more

UK Electricity Market Reform: How far have we come?

In this note (part 3 of a series) we reflect on the Government’s continuing implementation of Electricity Market Reform (EMR), highlight key developments in 2015 and Q1 and Q2 2016, and outline EMR milestones we expect to...more

South African Department of Energy calls for Expressions of Interest for 600 MW Gas Fired Power Plant: Part 2

The South African Department of Energy has published an Expression of Interest calling on the private sector to indicate interest in developing a 600 MW gas-fired power project alongside one or more state-owned companies....more

South African Department of Energy calls for Expressions of Interest for 600 MW Gas Fired Power Plant

On 11 May 2016, the South African Department of Energy announced a call for expressions of interest for the appointment of strategic partners to assist state-owned companies in the development of a 600 MW gas-fired power...more

Ofgem’s certification review of the Blue Transmission Companies

On 4 February 2016 Ofgem published a decision reviewing the certification status of the Blue Transmission Companies (“BTCs”). The review follows two other previous Ofgem decisions. The reasoning of Ofgem and the EU Commission...more

Investment in the Power Sector in Emerging Markets

Power generation financing comes with risks, but finding ways to mitigate these risks provides opportunities for rewards. As the world's energy dynamic is changing in response to powerful economic, security of supply,...more

UK Electricity Market Reform: 2014 – a year in review

2014 was a year of considerable progress in terms of UK Electricity Market Reform (EMR), the cornerstone of the Government’s plans to reform the electricity sector. In this note (part 2 of a series) we outline key EMR...more

1/22/2015  /  Electricity , Energy Policy , Energy Sector , UK

European Parliament approves new funding opportunities for infrastructure projects

Summary - On 19 November, the European Parliament (“EP”) voted to approve the Connecting Europe Facility (“CEF”) Regulation. The CEF Regulation is likely to become law early in 2014. The CEF Regulation is a funding...more

12/2/2013  /  EU , Funding , Infrastructure , Public Transit

UK electricity market reform: the road ahead

The UK’s electricity market is evolving, with far-reaching implications for generators and investors in the renewables sector. As the draft Energy Bill progresses through Parliament this year, further detail is expected in a...more

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