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Marks & Clerk
Following the first call for large-scale projects, defined as projects with a capital expenditure of €7.5 million and above, the European Commission has announced the first seven projects which have been pre-selected for a grant.
Portugal
Macedo Vitorino
A new Portuguese floating solar capacity auction has been launched today comprising 7 lots in a total capacity of 263 MVA.
Macedo Vitorino
The Portuguese government published yesterday the bases of the new solar energy auction dedicated to floating solar.
Macedo Vitorino
The Portuguese government wants to leave its mark on the sector with a new regulatory framework for the National Electrical System (NES)...
Romania
MPR Partners
At the end of September, the Ministry of Energy launched for public debates a draft emergency ordinance for the amendment and supplement of the Electricity and Natural Gas Law no. 123/2012.
UK
Marks & Clerk
A consortium involving Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Neste has undertaken a world-first study in which 100% sustainable aviation fuel was used in both engines of a commercial jet.
Withers LLP
Aasmah talks to Rinaldo Brutoco, serial entrepreneur and founder, about the thread that links his varied career and how his passion for reversing the effects of climate ...
Gatehouse Chambers
In this webinar, the speakers provide an update on the WELCAR 2001 terms and recent cases, with a focus on offshore projects with an emphasis on renewable energy projects and coverage issues.
Marks & Clerk
The new German government has indicated its plans to make Germany climate neutral by 2045 by phasing out coal, making solar power compulsory on new commercial buildings, and by requiring states to provide 2% of their area for wind power.
Marks & Clerk
The concept of wireless power is not new; it goes back to Nikola Tesla and the dawn of the 20th century.
Marks & Clerk
An example of implementing greener energy technologies can be found at Whitelees wind farm, just outside of Glasgow.
Marks & Clerk
One of the great things about COP26 is that it is throwing the spotlight onto some brilliantly innovative technology.
Marks & Clerk
As someone who spends a lot of time in SE Asia, I look forward to seeing these new technologies in action first hand.
Marks & Clerk
Stop someone on the street and ask them about climate change and you will likely receive a host of answers.
Marks & Clerk
I am pleased to see that technology is being put centre stage at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
Marks & Clerk
This will unlock £210 million from UK Research and Innovation.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Glasgow Climate Pact agreed at COP26 may have fallen short of the binding carbon reduction commitments many had hoped for.
Marks & Clerk
The final day of COP26 will see a panel discussion on fusion energy, perhaps the most forward-thinking potential energy source.
Worldwide
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Article explores the merits and pitfalls of introducing carbon taxes in key jurisdictions and globally. While a number of countries have introduced or tried to introduce some type of carbon tax...
Osterwald Rathbone & Partners
It is no secret that the fight against global warming requires action to reduce CO2 emissions. The passenger road transport segment alone contributes to circa 10% of the global total.
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