- Energy weekly highlights—3 October 2019
- In this issue:
- Ofgem releases September update for no-deal contingency arrangements
- Renewable energy
- Low carbon and renewables accounts for over 80% of UK’s electricity generation
- Details on operation of electric vehicle investment fund published
- Ofgem orders suppliers to pay £14.7m after missed Renewables Obligations deadlines
- European Commission reveals new ecodesign measures
- European circular economy in 'beginning phase'
- Capacity Market, balancing services and energy system flexibility
- Views needed on post-2020 smart meter rollout reporting requirements
- Energy disputes
- The applicability of the ECT to intra-EU disputes (Belenergia SA v Italy)
- A reflection on the Czech Republic’s solar investment arbitration successes
- Health and safety prosecutions round-up—1 October 2019
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This week's edition of Energy weekly highlights includes updates to Ofgem’s No-deal EU exit REMIT contingency arrangements, the launch by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) of a new consultation on post-2020 smart meter rollout reporting requirements, the publication by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) of the latest quarterly energy trends, containing statistics on all major aspects of the UK energy sector, and the updates to the policy paper on the electric vehicle charging infrastructure investment fund.
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