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French Renewable Energy Law: MPS Must Rise to the Challenge and Help Boost Energy Security
On 10 January France’s National Assembly is set to vote on a bill intended to accelerate the development of renewable energy projects. But some Members of Parl…
Colombia Enacts Energy Transition Law
Colombia has a enacted an energy transition law to promote investment in hydrogen, renewable energy and sustainable transport.
Serbia Adopts New Energy Laws
Serbia's national assembly on 20 April adopted four new laws for the mining and energy sectors, including a law that paves the way for the country to begin hold…
Six Measures for More Onshore Wind Energy in Germany
Germany’s new Renewable Energy Law fails to address the two biggest challenges facing onshore wind development in Germany: permitting and repowering.
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Ohio Senate Strips Subsidies from Nuclear Power Plant Bailout Law
Ohio Senators have unanimously approved a bill that strips out a key provision of the sweeping energy law that’s at the center of a federal corruption scandal.…
U.S. Senate Passes American Energy Innovation Act
AEIA to modernize domestic energy laws to ensure the United States remains a global energy leader.
Slovenian Parliament Unanimously Adopts Energy Efficiency Act
Energy efficiency legislation was separated from Slovenia’s umbrella energy law.
Germany Urged to 'Avoid Delaying' Renewable Law Changes
The German Renewable Energy Association (BEE) has criticised a decision by the government to postpone an amendment to the country’s renewable energy law (EEG) …
Law Enforcement Boosts Renewable Energy Utilization in China
Effective enforcement of China's renewable energy law has boosted renewable energy utilization in the country and facilitated the rapid development of the secto…
Ohio Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Nuclear Bailout Law Referendum Case
The battle over the energy law that starts providing subsidies to Ohio’s two nuclear power plants in 2021 may not be over.