The decarbonisation of economy has become key in our society and even more for the industrial sector. Energy matters are all the more important and actors who were more distant from them are now more directly confronted with this sector. The support of these entities is essential for the legal security of the many innovative projects that are emerging.
New solutions are emerging, in addition to the corporate PPAs – long-term contracts aiming at securing green energy sourcing at a fixed price have been developed in recent years. In particular, experiments are multiplying for decarbonised hydrogen and carbon capture and storage, while the first large-scale projects are appearing.
A specialised lawyer brings the legal security needed for these projects. This involves obtaining administrative authorisations, having strong defence against litigation and negotiating industrial contracts, which is essential to the control of risks by the various entities involved in the industrial chain.
Commission recommendation on energy storage
20 March 2023
Commission recommendation on energy storage, underpinning a decarbonised and secure European Union energy system.Click here
Definition of renewable hydrogen: end of story?
16 February 2023
The recognition of renewable hydrogen may be eased when it is produced with electricity from a low-carbon power grid.Click here
Renewable and low carbon hydrogen: European waypoint
10 January 2023
This paper provides a waypoint on the definition provided by European legislations on renewable hydrogen and low carbon hydrogen.Click here
Retroactive modification of State aids to energy production
19 December 2022
The improvement of the bids of offshore windfarm developers is not contrary to the principles of transparency and equal treatment.Click here