About Energy Law

The energy sector is fast-paced and ever changing. Are you up-to-date with the latest changes in energy regulation and policy– and have a sense of what’s on the horizon?

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Renewables topic

Due the legislated policy goal of reaching ‘Net Zero by 2050’ and the fact that renewable electricity and heat involves such a variety of scales of project, this is an area that the highest number of different legal teams are involved with. Dedicated Subtopics include: Renewable electricity subsidies and embedded benefits Solar and onshore wind projects Offshore renewable projects

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Electricity and gas market regulation and licensing subtopics

There is increasing political and regulatory focus on the electricity supply market and more organisations getting involved in the supply of electricity. Therefore, keeping pace with this area is of interest to many larger legal teams. Includes subtopics such as GB electricity generation and storage regulation, GB electricity and gas supply/retail regulation.

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Key energy law developments

The energy market is ever-evolving and lawyers are required to keep abreast of the up to date market practice and advances in real-time. We provide forward looking trackers of the expected dates of final decisions, implementing measures for consultations and other key milestones in respect of new and evolving key policy areas across the Great Britain energy market.

About Energy Law

LexisPSL Energy helps you to keep abreast of regulatory changes and updates, to understand the commercial implications of energy law and policy, and stay on top of the latest developments in the industry.

Our digestible practice notes are full of practical hints and tips from practising energy specialists (who understand what you need to know and do, because they’ve been in your position before). With direct links for deeper research, you can dive straight in to the relevant industry codes and guidance or consolidated legislation and browse through journals that may be of interest, providing a one-stop shop for all your needs when practicing in the energy sector.

Energy law isn’t just a matter for ‘energy specialists’, the regulations affect lawyers who work on everything from property transactions to construction projects and carbon trading. Energy law is a sophisticated, rapidly changing sector, which demands a strong knowledge of UK, EU and international law. Our experts give you an up-to-date, authoritative view, backed-up by primary sources; so with less time spent on research, you’ll have more time to spend on profitable work and business development.

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