Leading environmental and clean energy experts, Sharpe Pritchard LLP, is proud to announce it has again been recognised for a second consecutive year in the prestigious Legal 500 Green Guide, solidifying its position as a leader in environmental law.
The ranking underscores the firm’s commitment to sustainability through environmental advocacy and innovative projects and initiatives.
What are the new topic areas for the Green Steves?
This Autumn and moving into the Spring of next year, the Green Steves papers are going to take a different route. Having covered a wide range of climate change and energy issues in the preceding publications, this time we are going to take a deeper dive into relevant renewable energy
The Energy Act 2023 (the “Act”) received royal assent on 26 October 2023. Part 2 of Chapter 8 of the Act introduces powers for the Secretary of State to introduce a framework via regulations to establish ‘heat network zoning’ in England.
The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (“DESNZ”) describes heat network zoning as a
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