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Renewable Alert Letter 32: METI Operation Change - Changes to Business Plan before Completion of Transition to New FIT Scheme

A FIT facilities approval (setsubi nintei) under the old FIT Act may be deemed as a FIT business plan approval (jigyo nintei) subject to certain conditions under the new FIT Act. However, in order to complete the transition...more

Vietnam's New Solar Power Policy

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Effective June 1, 2017, Decision No. 11/2017/QD-TTg ("Decision 11"), supports the development of solar power projects to address energy security concerns related to the overreliance on coal fired and hydropower projects....more

Energy Update - May 2017

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We are pleased to release the latest issue of our client newsletter, Energy Update, designed to inform clients and friends of the firm about important developments affecting US and international energy markets. Please see...more

Indonesia’s MEMR Regulation 12: A Step Forward or a Step Back?

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Despite a significant renewable energy potential, Indonesia currently only produces six percent of its electricity from renewable energy.  The Indonesian government is targeting increasing this to 23 percent by 2025.  Many...more

Ukrainian Parliament adopts Electricity Market Law

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On 13 April 2017, after a very long gestation period, the Ukrainian Parliament adopted the long-awaited Draft Law No. 4493 of 21 April 2016 “On the Electricity Market” (the Electricity Market Law). The law, in its second...more

State aid: the former French financial support mechanism for solar radiative energy at risk

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By an order dated 15 March 20171, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) rules on the compatibility with the European State aid rules of the Ministerial Orders of 10 July 2006 and of 12 January 2010 setting out the feed-in...more

Indonesian feed-in tariffs – New rules may under-power the renewables sector

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Indonesia's new feed-in tariffs (FITs) for renewable energy present a conundrum. Will renewables flourish or fade in the new revenue environment? Investors will not welcome the lower tariffs under the new regime, but state...more

Amendments to Japan's Renewable Energy Act

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On April 1, 2017, substantial portions of the Amendments ("Amendments") to The Act on Special Measures Concerning the Procurement of Renewable Energy by Operators of Electric Utilities (the "Act") will become effective. These...more

Indonesia power sector: New regulation on tariff and tendering for renewable energy projects

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The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (MEMR) recently issued regulation No. 12 of 2017 on the utilisation of renewable energy sources for electricity supply (Regulation 12/2017). Key...more

New Indonesian feed-in tariffs: Will renewables benefit?

by DLA Piper on

In January 2017, the Indonesian Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources introduced new feed-in-tariff (FIT) and procurement schemes for a range of renewable energy sources. The Minister issued a new renewable energy...more

2016 California Energy and Climate Legislative Update

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California took legislative action in 2016 aimed at addressing climate change, advancing renewable energy, and maintaining the state’s emphasis on safety in the energy sector. In 2016, the California legislature took...more

Italian Constitutional Court Publishes Grounds of its Decision on the Constitutional Legitimacy of the “Spalma-Incentivi” Decree

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

On December 7, 2016, the Italian Constitutional Court (the “Constitutional Court”) rejected on appeal the claim that the new state incentives scheme, pursuant to the Italian Law Decree no. 91, dated June 24, 2014, (the...more

Italian Constitutional Court Backs Feed-in Tariff Cuts – What's Next?

by McDermott Will & Emery on

On 24 January 2017, the Italian Constitutional Court published decision no. 16/2017 confirming the constitutional legitimacy of the so-called spalma incentivi law, which reduced the feed-in tariffs for photovoltaic plants...more

Summary of FERC Meeting Agenda for January 19, 2017

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Below are brief summaries of the agenda items for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s January 19, 2017 meeting, pursuant to the agenda as issued on January 12, 2017. Agenda items E-3, E-4, E-5, E-6, C-1, and C-2 have...more

Energy incentives and opportunities to invest in renewable technologies

by DLA Piper on

Opportunities to invest in the renewable energy sector in the United Kingdom have shifted quite dramatically since March 2015. Severe cuts to the Feed in Tariffs (FITs) scheme and the closing of the Renewable Obligations...more

Ontario Suspends Large Renewable Procurement Program

In our August 2016 Blakes Bulletin: September Deadline: Last Chance to Participate in Ontario’s Large Renewable Procurement Program, we reported that Ontario was moving ahead with the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) portion...more

New regulation for biomass and biogas power projects in Indonesia (MEMR Regulation 21 of 2016)

by Allen & Overy LLP on

Shortly after the issuance of a new regulation for the development of solar power projects in Indonesia, the Government of Indonesia is now introducing a new regulation on the purchase of electricity by PLN from biomass and...more

Energy Newsletter - September 2016

by King & Spalding on

Implementing Islamic Financing for Renewable Energy Projects - The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has recently seen a surge of interest in developing renewable energy, in particular solar energy projects. Led...more

Implementing Islamic Financing for Renewable Energy Projects

by King & Spalding on

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has recently seen a surge of interest in developing renewable energy, in particular solar energy projects. Led by Morocco and Jordan which have successfully implemented numerous...more

Indonesia solar power projects: a (long awaited) new regime

by Allen & Overy LLP on

The Government of Indonesia has just announced it will tender out at least 5,000MW of solar projects by the end of 2018 based on a newly enacted regime for the development of PV solar projects. The regime detailed in the...more

FERC Meeting Agenda Summary - July 2016

by White & Case LLP on

Below are brief summaries of the agenda items for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s July 21, 2016 meeting, pursuant to the agenda as issued on July 14, 2016. Agenda items E-6, E-19, E-21 and E-22 have not been...more

Transmission Planning and Construction Right of First Refusal Ruled Unduly Discriminatory, Not Mobile-Sierra Protected

by McDermott Will & Emery on

The provision contained in incumbent electric utility tariffs—conferring on the holder the right of first refusal (ROFR) to construct additions to the high-voltage electrical grid, regardless of who conceived of and proposed...more

Changes to Japan's Existing Renewable Energy Feed-in-Tariff System

by White & Case LLP on

On May 25, 2016, the Japanese Diet passed a law that will authorize a range of changes to Japan's existing renewable energy feed-in tariff (FIT) system. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), which sought the...more

Key Developments in The Photovoltaic Sector in Italy

by McDermott Will & Emery on

In Depth - In 2015, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in Italy generated 24,676 GWh of electricity, representing 9.1 per cent of Italy’s domestic electricity production and 7.8 per cent of the country’s overall...more

Not Quite Left Out to Dry: Remedies Under International Investment Treaties Available to Renewable Energy Investors Harmed by...

by King & Spalding on

In recent years, project developers, investment funds, and energy companies have invested heavily in renewable energy as a result of incentive programs offered in the legislation of countries such as Germany, Spain, and...more

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