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Lawrence Freeman (Senior Counsel, Bird & Bird, Brussels and previously the European Counsel of Tesla, Inc.) reviews the new European vehicle CO2 emissions performance standards and the opportunities for manufacturers of ...
Ofgem announced last week that it has made a decision in relation relating to a number of energy storage systems co-located with Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROC) accredited solar generation sites.
With the number of electric vehicles in the UK increasing rapidly, our Energy and Automotive teams explore how the roll-out of charging infrastructure will be achieved, considering the current barriers to growth and how ...
In November 2020, the UK published a draft of its new National Security and Investment Bill ("NSIB"), introducing a new regime for reviewing investments on national security grounds. At the same time, the Government ...
Lawrence Freeman explains the legal challenges of electronic vehicle charge point roll out projects in Europe.
The NISR (Network and Information Systems Regulations), which came into force on 9 May 2018, are designed to protect the critical national infrastructure of EU countries in the event of a cyber attack.
Published on 19 February 2020, the European Commission's communication on a European strategy for data sets out a bold vision for the EU to become a leading role model for a society empowered by data to make better ...