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    England and Wales

    Temporary ban on Environmental Permits for New Energy from Waste Plants in England

    On 4th April 2024 Defra issued a direction to the Environment Agency placing a temporary ban on the issue of any new Environmental Permits for Energy from Waste Facilities (EfW) in England.The direction issued under regulation 62 of the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016, temporarily pauses the determination of environmental permits for new waste incineration facilities, including Energy from Waste and Advanced Thermal Treatment. The direction applies to proposed developments that do not yet hold an environmental permit for waste incineration, regardless of whether they...
    United Kingdom

    Significant steps taken to implement Early Competition in onshore transmission with release of Regulations and further consultation

    On 20th February 2024 the Electricity (Criteria for Relevant Electricity Projects) (Transmission) Regulations (the “Regulations”) were published. Due to come into force on 12th March 2024, the Regulations set out the criteria that onshore electricity transmission projects must meet in order to be eligible for Early Competition.  The publication of the Regulations follows the body of work done to date on Early Competition which we recently outlined in our article in December 2023.“Early Competition” has been defined by Ofgem as competition which is run before detailed...
    Middle East

    Introduction of New Federal Law on Regulation of PPPs

    Introduction On 1st December 2023 in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) Federal Law No.12/2023 – On the Regulation of the Partnership Between the Public and Private Sectors (the “New PPP Law”) – came into force. Until this point, public-private partnerships (“PPPs”) have been administered predominantly at an Emirate level.While Emirates such as Abu Dhabi and Dubai have their own frameworks for PPPs, the New PPP Law seeks to regulate and boost collaboration between federal entities and the private sector in the UAE, as well as encourage private...

    Implementation of Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework in Slovakia: Gateway for State Aid Subsidies to Investors Involved in Green Transition

    The European Commission adopted the Temporary Crisis Framework and then the Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework (TCTF) to mitigate the economic consequences caused by Russia's invasion and ongoing war with Ukraine. To this extent, the TCTF establishes a framework for several state aid mechanisms that allow EU member states to help companies tackle the aftermath of the energy crisis. But this is not all. The TCTF goes one step further and introduces state aid mechanisms to support the green transition. The goal of this article is to present the state aid scheme that is about to be implemented...

    Scottish wildcat group’s challenge to windfarm permission unsuccessful

    Wildcat Haven, a community interest company, sought to challenge the decision of the Scottish Ministers to grant permission for construction of a new wind farm at Clashindarroch Forest in Aberdeenshire. The Court held that Wildcat Haven had failed to establish that the decisions were attended by any error of law and there was therefore no scope for intervention by the court.In June 2023 Vattenfall’s application for the construction of a new wind farm in Clashindarroch Forest was granted under section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 by the Scottish Ministers. The petitioners, Wildcat Haven,...

    Polish ‘Spatial Planning’ amendment facilitates cooperation between business and local authorities

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    In July 2023, the Polish parliament enacted an amendment to the Spatial Planning and Development Act, which has introduced large-scale use of the Integrated Investment Plan (IIP), an alternative planning tool that has the potential to reshape cooperation between business and local authorities.Characteristics of the new planning toolThe IIP has been designed as a flexible tool for locating and implementing investments, and maintaining compliance with the general plan (the general plan now replaces the existing studies of spatial development conditions and directions). The IIP is a formalised platform...