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Arthur Cox
As transmission system operator (TSO), EirGrid is responsible under its licence for planning the long-term ability of the transmission system to meet reasonable demands for the transmission
Arthur Cox
The European Commission has recently published a report entitled Do current regulatory frameworks in the EU support innovation and security of supply in electricity and gas infrastructure?
Maples Group
Liquefied natural gas (‘LNG') is natural gas that has been converted to liquid by being cooled to −162°C to remove certain impurities and allow for ease of storage or transport.
Matheson
On 4 February 2019, the Minister of Communications, Climate Action and Environment refused a request from the Irish Wind Energy Agency ("IWEA")
Matheson
This morning, 22 February 2019, the Irish Government published the ‘Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2019' ("Brexit Bill").
Matheson
A successful court challenge of an EU Commission State aid approval decision addressed to the UK has caused the suspension of the UK electricity market's capacity mechanism.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Supreme Court recently handed down a judgment on the legality of wayleave notices issued by ESB for entry onto private lands in order to perform upgrading works to an existing electricity line.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Since the liberalisation of Ireland's electricity system in around 2000, the policy around the allocation of grid connections has changed several times.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Data centres are an increasingly prominent feature of Ireland's policy landscape, as well as its physical landscape.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Irish Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment (DCCAE) has published what it describes as the "final" consultation on the design and development of a new RESS for Ireland
Matheson
The text of the Petroleum and Other Minerals Development (Prohibition of Onshore Hydraulic Fracturing) Act 2017 (the "2017 Act") was published online on 23 August 2017.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Last year the Commission for Energy Regulation ("CER") authorised a limited opportunity for stalled projects to release their capacity in exchange for 80% of their first stage payment.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Irish energy sector has made good progress to deliver the Government's target of 40% of electricity generated from renewable sources by 2020.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In the coming year, Ireland will take steps towards unlocking the potential of the internet of things and the green economy.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In a move that should improve Ireland's prospects of achieving its ambitious 2020 renewable electricity target, the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment has extended...
Arthur Cox
The liberalisation of energy markets has given rise to a raft of new regulatory challenges, with policymakers and regulators devising increasingly elaborate responses.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Thanks largely to European energy and environmental law, Ireland is currently labouring under a number of challenging targets in renewable energy production, energy conservation and greenhouse gas elimination.
Matheson
Garret Farrelly, head of the Energy and Infrastructure Group, wrote an article on the I-SEM Capacity Remuneration Mechanism for the Energy Ireland Yearbook 2016.
Matheson
On 11th December 2015 the Commission for Energy Regulation ("CER"), the Irish energy regulator, published a consultation paper on the review of connection and grid access policy in the Republic of Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
2015 was another busy year for the Irish energy sector, as the industry works toward delivering the government's target of 40% of electricity generated from renewable sources by 2020.
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