Energy (J)



Meet the Co-chairs - TAGLAW


Brede, Jens
Kvale Advokatfirma DA
jhb@kvale.no


Meet the Co-chairs - TIAG


Pestana, Felipe Batista dos Reis
Grupo Planus
felipe@grupoplanus.com.br


Energy (J)


Author: Att. Tuna Colgar

Introduction

Electricity Market Law numbered 6446 (“EML” or “Law”) entered into force through publication in the Official Gazette dated March 30, 2013 and numbered 28603. Share transfers of companies that operate in the energy market became one of the newly regulated issues with the publication of the Electricity Market Licensing Regulation (“Regulation”) in the Official Gazette dated November 2, 2013 and numbered 28809, upon the enactment of the EML.

Read more: Share Transfers under Electricity Market Legislation


Contact: Att. Ozen Odev; Erdem & Erdem (Turkey)

In this newsletter, we evaluate the reimbursement of lost/illegal electricity costs, a subject that, from a legal perspective, is of particular concern to consumers.

Lost/illegal Electricity Costs

The judgment of the Court of Appeal Assembly of Civil Chambers ruling that lost/illegal electricity costs reflected on electricity bills "cannot be demanded from subscribers," has provided said subscribers with the opportunity to request reimbursement of the charges they have paid over the last ten years.

Read more: Evaluation of Reimbursement to Consumers of Lost and Illegal Electricity Costs within the...


Contact: Att. Berna Asik Zibela; Erdem & Erdem (Turkey)

Under the "Law on Use of Renewable Energy Resources for Electric Energy Generation"[1] ("Renewable Energy Law"), renewable energy resources are listed as hydraulic, wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, biogas (including landfill gas), wave, current and tidal energy, which are non-fossil energy resources.

 

Read more: Renewable Energy Under The Electricity Market Law


Contact: James Plumb, Partner and Audine Bartlett, Senior Associate; Carter Newell (Queensland, Australia)

The Victorian Government has recently announced a hold on all onshore gas exploration work plans, effectively grinding to a halt coal seam, shale, tight and conventional gas exploration and development in the State of Victoria.

Read more: Victoria Widens Moratorium to Include all Onshore Gas Development


Contact: James Plumb and Audine Bartlett; Carter Newell (Queensland, Australia)

Since the implementation of the Strategic Cropping Act 2011 (Qld) (SCL Act), the Queensland Government has continued to monitor the concerns of the agricultural industry and regional landholders regarding ongoing resource development. 

 

Read more: Regional Planning Interests - A New Layer of Approval for Queensland Resource Projects