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COVID-19: Scotland assists developers by extending the duration of planning permission

The Scottish Parliament has passed the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, which will help developers address difficulties within the planning system
03 April 2020

COVID-19: Managing existing planning permissions and applications

Despite rule-makers altering rules in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, planning deadlines continue to apply. Developers need to keep an eye out
26 March 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon senior associate joins RenewableUK's new Shadow Board of rising stars

Emma Andrews, senior associate in the firm’s Renewable Energy team, joins ten other rising stars in the clean energy sector to form RenewableUK’s new Shadow Board

20 December 2019

Ofgem’s targeted charging review decisions

In November, Ofgem published its final targeted charging review (TCR) decisions. We consider who will be affected, what will happen next, and some key actions for interested parties

12 December 2019

Route to market agreements: an overview

RTMAs are becoming increasingly common. This article provides a brief overview of RTMAs and highlights some of the key commercial and legal issues for generators and lenders to consider
12 November 2019

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted at the European Wind Investment Awards

Burges Salmon have been shortlisted for 'Law Firm of the Year' at the inaugural European Wind Investment Awards
01 August 2019

Press release

Burges Salmon advises on disposal of Yorkshire Hydropower

The firm’s Energy sector experts have advised the shareholders of Yorkshire Hydropower Holdings Limited (YHHL) on its sale to John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN)

30 July 2019

The Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund and Low Carbon Transport

This briefing aims to give developers, investors and funders an idea of some of the key legal areas to focus on when looking at investment in charging infrastructure and electric vehicle projects.
20 March 2019

Repowering wind farm sites – issues to be considered

The repowering of wind farm sites is moving up the UK energy agenda. It is tempting to think that it would be relatively easy to repower existing sites, but that is not necessarily the case.
15 January 2019

Has the Electricity Market Reform succeeded?

With the review of Electricity Market Reform ('EMR') due in 2019, it is probably a good time to ask 'how successful has EMR been in encouraging decarbonisation?'
28 November 2018

Blog

What are the key drivers to facilitate the transition to Electric Vehicles?

Ross Fairley, Head of our Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle teams, considers the key issues associated with developing the infrastructure to facilitate the transition to electric vehicles.
25 October 2018

The Road to Zero: government report sets out targets for low carbon transport

The government has published its long-awaited report, The Road to Zero, setting out its strategy for the transition to low carbon road transport in the UK.
16 July 2018

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