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The revival of the Retailer Reliability Obligation
Insight 20 Nov 2018

In the wake of the last COAG Energy Council meeting at which it was agreed the National Energy Guarantees reliability component should be progressed new draft legislation gives effect to a Retailer Reliability Obligation Partner Anna Collyer and Associate Luisa Colosimo report ...

Solar farms in the spotlight - Victorian draft guidelines released
Insight 09 Nov 2018

The Victorian Government has released draft guidelines for the design assessment and development of large-scale solar farms Partner Jillian Button Senior Associate Emily Johnstone Associate Isabella Kelly and Lawyer Zainab Mahmood provide an overview of the guidelines key features ...

Allens advises on Australia's first waste-to-energy facility
News 18 Oct 2018

Allens has advised on the financing of Australia's first commercial-scale waste-to-energy facility in Kwinana, Western Australia, which has reached financial close. A separate Allens team advised ...

Allens advises X-Elio on solar farm planning approval
News 17 Oct 2018

Allens has advised leading global solar farm developer X-Elio Australia on its successful application to develop the utility-scale Congupna solar farm near Shepparton, Victoria. The solar farm was ...

Allens advises on PPA for multiple Sydney councils
News 09 Oct 2018

Allens has advised the Southern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils ( SSROC ) on its long term power purchase agreement ( PPA ) with Origin Energy. Under the terms of the agreement, 20 council ...

New developments in Vietnam's renewable energy sector
Insight 14 Sep 2018

Vietnam has revised certain aspects of its laws around wind and solar power The Prime Ministers Decision 39 increases the feed-in tariff for wind power projects to the equivalent of 85 US cents per kWh for onshore and 98 US cents per kWh for offshore and sets the commercial operation date deadline ...

Allens advises on Victoria's first renewable energy auction
News 13 Sep 2018

Allens has advised the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning on the state's first renewable energy auction, which will deliver more than 900 megawatts of new clean energy. ...

Solar farm wins court approval despite conflicts with planning schemes
Insight 27 Aug 2018

The Queensland Planning and Environment Court has approved a solar farm located on good quality agricultural land despite high level conflicts between the proposed development and the provisions of the relevant planning schemes Partner Bill McCredie and Special Counsel Rosanne Meurling review the ...

National Energy Guarantee on hold in favour of interventionist powers
Insight 21 Aug 2018

In a sharp turnaround over the weekend the Government announced yesterday it would not introduce the emissions component of the National Energy Guarantee into Parliament but instead would focus on delivering greater powers to intervene in electricity markets to protect customers from the effects of ...

National Energy Guarantee moves to the next stage
Insight 15 Aug 2018

The COAG Energy Council has voted to progress the development of the National Energy Guarantee by approving the release of the draft National Electricity Law amendments. This Insight considers the next steps towards its implementation. ...

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