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Offshore transmission – will point to point connections become pointless in an integrated future?

The fifth of our series on offshore wind considers what future offshore grid connection may look like in the context of continued market growth in the sector
15 June 2021

Paying for Grenfell: Consultation on proposed residential property developer tax

In this article we consider the proposed new tax on property developers to contribute towards the cost of replacing unsafe cladding on high-rise residential buildings
19 May 2021

Offshore Wind – Exploring the advent of Green Hydrogen Power

The fourth of our series on offshore wind looks at the integration of green hydrogen technology and how its advent can shape the future of the sector
06 May 2021

Floating Wind – Challenges and Opportunities for a Buoyant Technology

The third of our series on offshore wind looks at the fast emerging floating wind sector and the innovations presented by its advent 

13 April 2021

Offshore Wind – Next Wave Supply Chain Challenges and Evolution

The second of our series on offshore wind looks at the challenges and evolution facing the supply chain as the offshore wind market continues to expand globally
19 March 2021

Offshore Wind - A brief appraisal of offshore wind, 20 years from the first project

In the first of a series exploring challenges and opportunities facing the offshore wind sector our experts  consider the history and future of the sector
03 March 2021

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Burges Salmon advises Bio Capital on refinancing of UK anaerobic digestion portfolio

The firm has advised the Bio Capital platform, owned by Equitix and Helios, on the refinancing of its anaerobic digestion assets
08 February 2021

Enforcement of Adjudicator’s decision – how to lose on a technicality

A summary and analysis of Lane End Developments Construction Ltd v Kingstone Civil Engineering Ltd (2020) EWHC 2338 (TCC)

19 October 2020

Construction contract execution during COVID-19 and beyond

Electronic signatures, data rooms, Mercury execution? Evolving working arrangements mean we should all double check exactly how to execute construction documents
01 September 2020

COVID-19 impact on construction disputes – our top tips for virtual proceedings

The pandemic has significantly changed how construction claims are dealt with. We look at the impact on adjudication, arbitration and litigation
14 August 2020

Decarbonised Energy: Net Zero implications for the construction industry

12 months on from the government’s Net Zero 2050 pledge for the UK, we consider the emerging trends within the energy sector’s construction industry

21 July 2020

Adjudication reinstated as a tool for liquidators following Supreme Court judgment

Liquidators welcome the Supreme Court judgment in Bresco v Lonsdale, which confirms that the right to refer disputes to Adjudication remains unfettered
09 July 2020
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