Unlocking the potential of the European Green Deal in CEE/SEE
With huge technological leaps in renewables and the impetus created by the European Green Deal, the vision of a more sustainable future in CEE/SEE is fast becoming a reality (and investors have noticed). Our lawyers pick apart these critical topics which are central to massive shifts in the energy production, infrastructure and transportation sectors, as they have the potential to lead to even wider economic and social changes.
From e-mobility to waste-to-energy projects, we have analysed the legal and business trends which are reshaping the region (for the better).
As CE/SEE emerges from the shadow of COVID-19, a long-term strategy is necessary to transition from conventional energy to renewables and as a means to stimulate economic growth and development. The European Green Deal offers a framework for achieving this over the next decade (2020-2030)
Bryan W. Jardine, Partner
Integrating green growth in Europe's recovery - As Europe reacts to the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic on its populations and budgets, it must not lose sight of the need to proactively implement the recently adopted European Green Deal - not despite the pandemic, but because of it.
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Relates Areas of Specialisations: Regulatory & Administrative Law, Construction, Infrastructure Projects, Energy & Natural Resources, Public Procurement, Environmental & Planning Law
Detailed country-level market and regulatory profiles for the entire region. This in-depth guide provides the critical information practitioners need to understand everything from grid connections to licensing of RES electricity stations in CEE/SEE. Broken down by country, this guide is not only a resource on the regulatory environment, but also gives a clear market overview to provide insight on the development and trajectory of renewably produced energy in each country.
Download related file: RES Guide / *.pdf