Richard Ceeney

Richard Ceeney

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CDM Regulations 2015

The Construction, Design and Management Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015 Regulations) have now been laid before Parliament and are due to come into force on 6 April 2015, ushering in several significant changes to health and safety...more

2/18/2015 - Construction Industry Employer Liability Issues Health and Safety Pending Legislation UK

Analysis: Early closure of the ROCs regime ruled lawful

The Government’s decision to close the Renewables Obligations Certificates (ROC) subsidy scheme for larger solar PV installations (above 5MW) two years early, and the grace periods introduced to mitigate the effects of the...more

2/11/2015 - Energy Sector Renewable Energy Solar Energy UK

Bright Days for Large Scale Solar Operators; Sunstroke for the Smaller Players: Latest News on CfDs

National Grid has made its decisions as to eligibility for participation in the first Contracts for Difference auction but the auction process itself has been delayed as some applicants have asked Ofgem to review National...more

1/30/2015 - Carbon Auctions Climate Change Ofgem Renewable Energy SMEs Solar Energy UK

Electricity Market Reform update: Renewables Obligation grace periods for solar PV

Last year we published an alert summarising the government’s proposals for the transition from the Renewables Obligation (RO) regime to Contracts for Difference (CfDs). Since then, the UK government department responsible for...more

10/24/2014 - Climate Change Electricity Energy Policy Renewable Energy UK

Electricity Market Reform update: Contracts for Difference allocation procedure

In the past year a series of government publications and consultations have given greater clarity to the government’s thinking as to how the new Contracts for Difference (CfD) regime will work. Guidance has also been issued...more

10/13/2014 - Electricity Energy Renewable Energy UK Utilities Sector

Update on Electricity Market Reform: The Capacity Market

This is the last of a series of three short client alerts summarising recent developments in the UK government’s Electricity Market Reform (EMR) programme....more

8/20/2013 - Auction Electricity Energy Consumption Energy Policy EU UK

Update on Electricity Market Reform: Contracts for Difference

This is the second of a series of three client alerts considering recent developments in the UK Government’s Electricity Market Reform (EMR) programme. In the first alert, we gave an overview of the EMR programme. One...more

8/14/2013 - Contract Drafting Electricity EU Feed-in-Tariffs Renewable Energy UK

UK Electricity Market Reform update: overview

Background - The UK government’s Electricity Market Reform (EMR) programme represents the single biggest change to this country’s electricity market in a generation....more

8/6/2013 - Electricity Energy Energy Policy Infrastructure UK

Solar Power in Europe: EU imposes anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese imports

We commented in a previous alert that the European Commission had launched an investigation into "dumping" of solar panels in the European market by Chinese companies. Yesterday (4 June 2013) it was announced that the...more

6/6/2013 - Antidumping Duties China EU Solar Energy Solar Panels Tariffs

The Engineering and Construction Contract (NEC3): A Comparative Analysis – Part 2

Introduction - In our last Alert, we assessed the philosophy of the NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (“NEC3”) against the FIDIC Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Projects (“FIDIC Silver”), with a view to...more

5/8/2013

The NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract: A Comparative Analysis – Part 1

The Engineering and Construction Contract (NEC3) and FIDIC Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Projects (FIDIC Silver) are both popular standard forms of engineering and construction contract, used on a variety of projects...more

4/25/2013 - Construction Contracts Contract Drafting EU FIDIC Contracts

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