Contrôle des investissements étrangers : protéger l’innovation des énergies renouvelables – Journal de l’éolien, 01/12/2021

 

The recent decree of September 10, 2021 is an opportunity to revisit the foreign direct investment (FDI) policing system. Through this reform, R&D activities involving renewable energy production technologies benefit from a form of control designed to ensure the protection of activities that are essential to guarantee the greening of the French energy mix. Thus, the control of the institutional hazard becomes essential, as the State can invite itself to the negotiation table.

 

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Recognition or Enforcement and Annulment of Arbitral Awards in France: An Analysis of the Kluwer Research Results – Journal of International Arbitration, 06/01/2022

The results of the Kluwer Research showed that, despite Paris being one of the most popular arbitration seats, French courts were the least likely to recognize and enforce an arbitral award, but also those with the highest number of vacated arbitral awards. The article analyses these results and offers some possible justifications for them. 

Paris | COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT ARBITRATION | MEDIATION

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The greening of State aid: the new guidelines on State aid for climate, environmental protection and energy – Energy – The greening of State aid: the new guidelines on State aid for climate, environmental protection and energy – Énergie – Environnement – Infrastructures, 01/06/2022

After a prior consultation phase and an impact assessment, new guidelines on state aid for climate, environmental protection and energy were adopted by the European Commission on January 27, 2022. These new public support rules focused on climate action and ecological transition represent a paradigm shift and prioritize the decarbonization of the economy.

Paris | RENEWABLE ENERGY – RE | ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES LAW

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