The Chambers Global Practice Guide for Alternative Energy & Power
The Alternative Energy & Power 2022 guide features 24 jurisdictions. The guide provides the latest legal information on the principal laws governing the sale of power industry assets; market structure, supply and pricing; climate change laws and alternative energy; and regulations regarding generation, transmission and distribution, as the Bulgarian chapter was prepared by Schoenherr Attorneys at Law, a member of APSTE – Association for Production, Storage and Trading of Electricity.
This is the fourth release of the Chambers Global Practice Guide for Alternative Energy & Power, which was launched in 2018 amid a transformation of the global electrical energy and power industry. The factors driving change when this guide was released in 2018 – climate change, new technologies, threats to grid security, increasingly proactive energy consumers, among others – continue to drive change and challenge market and regulatory structures. Added to these, this edition of the Guide is being released amid the world’s emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine – global events which have had and are having profound impacts on energy trade and usage.
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