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1 megawatt Conergy solar power plant in the Eifel Germany going to the grid

1 megawatt Conergy solar power plant in the Eifel Germany going to the grid

First joint project realised by Conergy and its partner Renew HGmbH Hamburg,  17  October  2012  –  System  supplier  Conergy  and  its  long-time  partner  Renew HGmbH have carried out a joint project in Kaisersesch in the district of Cochem-Zoll in the Eifel, twelve kilometres north of the Mosel, getting it ready for connection to the local power grid. The solar experts … Read more →

KRINNER’s successful entry into the Romanian PV sector

KRINNER’s successful entry into the Romanian PV sector

KRINNER is one of the market leaders in the field of mounting systems for photovoltaic power plants. The innovative concrete free foundation and the flexible support system of KRINNER are recognized worldwide as one of the best solutions. KRINNER pv mounting system has been used to construct the large pv parks worldwide in a short time. Having started its activity… Read more →

Energy Law 134/2012 – Legal Alert by Wolf Theiss

Energy Law 134/2012 – Legal Alert by Wolf Theiss

Introduction The Law no.134/2012 approving the Emergency Government Ordinance no.88/2011 on amending and  completing the Renewable Energy Law no. 220/2008 was published in the Official Gazette no.505 from July 23, 2012. This is the enactment that closes the circle regarding the full application of Law no.220/2008. We will highlight below the main provisions of the Law no.134/2012: Priority Access to… Read more →

New Energy Act in Romania Briefing by Schoenherr

New Energy Act in Romania Briefing by Schoenherr

Last minute change inserted in the new Romanian Energy Act 123/2012 by Raluca Dirjan and Monica Cojocaru (Schoenherr Energy team) Bucharest, July 20th, 2012 This briefing looks at the potential impact on electricity trading of the new law on electricity and gas markets published in the Romanian Official Gazette on 16 July 2012. The new energy law entered into force… Read more →

The “50.2 Hz” problem for photovoltaic power plants

Bucharest, April 27, 2012 The study commissioned by four network operators from Germany – “The effects of decentralized electrical energy generators on the network stability and proposals for fighting their effects” revealed the “50.2 Hz” problem. This study was finalized in September 2011 and the German Ministry for the Environment together with the German Ministry of Economy recommended starting a… Read more →

IMPLEMENTATION OF OTC TRADING PLATFORM MANAGED BY OPCOM

Introduction With the enactment of Energy and Gas Law no. 123/2012 (“Law 123/2012″), electricity trading must now abide by trading principles provided for in Law 123/2012, namely: (i) transparent; (ii) public; (iii) centralized; and (iv) non-discriminatory. These provisions also forbid privately negotiated PPA’s outside the centralized electricity market, since these arguably do not com ply with all the trading principles… Read more →

Ce spune unul dintre cei mai importanti actori de pe piata industriei eoliene despre taierea subventiilor

Sursele regenerabile de producere a energiei electrice sunt de ultima generatie din punct de vedere tehnologic, dar si modalitatea prin care fiecare stat poate contribui la asigurarea propriei securitati nationale prin cresterea independentei energetice. Aceasta este o prioritate in contextul  sustinerii dezvoltarii industriei si cresterii consumului. Acesta este punctul de vedere al unuia dintre cei mai mari dezvoltatori de parcuri… Read more →

Schoenherr advises Energreen Investment Europe

Schoenherr advises Energreen Investment Europe

Schoenherr, a leading corporate law firm in Central and Eastern Europe, advised Energreen Investment Europe SA on its acquisition of a 17 MWp solar project located in Brasov county. Schoenherr supported Energreen in the legal due diligence exercise, and in drafting and negotiating the transaction documents. Energreen Investment Europe is a global investment holding that acquires, develops, builds and operates… Read more →