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Wolf Theiss
Starting in 2013, several investment treaty claims have been filed in the field of renewable energy against several European countries, alleging a breach of the Energy Charter Treaty.
Iberian Lawyer
Renewables-related restructuring work and trade and export finance matters are creating significant opportunities for law firms, according to Clifford Chance partner José Guardo.
King & Wood Mallesons
Foreign investors have initiated arbitration proceedings against Spain under the protection of the Energy Charter Treaty.
Iberian Lawyer
With regard to export finance deals, given that they take place in a global, multijurisdictional framework, English law is the most common governing law in such instances.
Jones Day
Spanish Royal Decree Law 9/2013 of 12 July was published in the Official Gazette on 13 July, for the adoption of urgent measures to guarantee the financial stability of the country's electricity system.
Latham & Watkins
The Spanish Government has passed a temporary suspension of financial incentives for new renewable energy projects.
Latham & Watkins
The Spanish Government has passed a Royal Decree temporarily suspending pre-allocation registration as well as abolishing financial incentives for new energy production projects from cogeneration, renewable energy sources and waste.
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