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Rooftop Solar Electricity Generation on Commercial Buildings – An Overview of Regulatory Issues

Electricity prices are going through the roof and the continuing conflict in Ukraine does not bode well for imminent price decreases. Commercial property owners, aligning with the changing regulatory environment and listening to their tenants’ needs, are quicker to consider installing solar panels atop their commercial buildings. Certain regulatory issues should be considered before deciding … Continue Reading

Corporate Power Purchase Agreements – The Preferred Route for Corporates to Secure Renewable Energy Supplies in a Decarbonized World  

The Changing Renewables Support Landscape Over the last couple of years, a combination of subsidy erosion or removal, lower auction prices, reduction in embedded benefits and power market volatility has led to an absence of long-term revenue certainty and forced generators and developers to explore new models for their projects. Simultaneously, corporates are increasingly targeting … Continue Reading

Poland: Offshore Wind Bill published by the Government on 15 January 2020

Part 1: Publication of the Offshore Wind Bill and Next Steps After many months of deliberation, on 15 January 2020, the Ministry of State Assets published the long-awaited Offshore Wind Bill, the publication of which marks the beginning of the legislative process entailing a 30-day stakeholder feedback period, which is due to end on 14 … Continue Reading

The Polish Dream of Electric Cars

Certain changes in regulations, somewhat challenging for the renewable energy sector, and the government’s declarations of support to the coal industry might suggest that Poland is not much interested in “going green”. Still, it turns out that electric cars may fit in its energy strategy just well. Surely, the electric cars are as “green” as … Continue Reading
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