Shepherd and Wedderburn to host RO grace period clinics
Shepherd and Wedderburn will be attending the Scottish Renewables 2016 Annual Conference, which takes place on 1 and 2 March at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, Edinburgh.
During the two-day event, which will look at the future of renewable energy in Scotland and will also cover the latest developments and new technologies across the generation, storage, distribution and use of energy, Shepherd and Wedderburn solicitors, Susan Swan and Stephanie Mill will be running RO Grace Period Clinics. As members of Scottish Renewables, Shepherd and Wedderburn and Eversheds have supported the drafting of the industry response to the UK Government’s clauses on RO grace periods in the Energy Bill. Delegates are invited to attend these clinics to discuss on a one-to-one-basis the Energy Bill provisions and the effect of the amendments proposed by Scottish Renewables (in conjunction with Renewable UK).
The clinics will be particularly timely in that delegates will be able to obtain up-to-date and practical information in relation to the proposed early closure of the RO as it pertains to onshore wind and the grace periods.
Delegates can simply drop in to the clinics or can book an appointment by emailing Sissel.Holden@shepwedd.co.uk.