US court blocks administration’s scrapping of Section 201 tariff exemption to give Invenergy time to wage legal battle against u-turn, a dispute the judge feels Invenergy is likely to win.
Federal judge said to have paralysed move by AMLO government to extend clean energy certificates to existing hydro and nuclear plants, which critics said would ruin PV and wind project economics.
Major Indian PV developer says this is a 'special one-off case', while one analyst warns of potential escalation in time of trade anxiety.
Arbitration court finds NextEra Energy is entitled to compensation after having to shelve Spanish subsidiary when the country scrapped feed-in tariffs retroactively.
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted the Trump administration’s request to freeze the ongoing litigation over the Clean Power Plan on Friday.
If Trump goes ahead with his threat to scrap the Clean Power Plan, legal action will ensue, according to 15 state attorney generals who penned a letter to the President-elect.
Beleaguered Spanish renewables firm Abengoa has received US court approval to exit its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to court records filed on Wednesday.
Prominent energy advocacy groups Earthjustice and Vote Solar filed an appeal on Wednesday against the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUC) decision to end net metering.
The tenet of president Obama’s climate change initiative, the UN-backed Clean Power Plan, was under fire in the US Court of Appeals yesterday, where a panel of 10 judges deliberated over whether the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has overstepped the mark.
The hearing in a US court to decide whether SolarWorld is liable for damages in its case with Hemlock Semiconductor has been cancelled.
Chinese PV panel manufacturer Suntech Power will have to pay US$5 million in order to settle a federal class action lawsuit that accuses the company of withholding lackluster financial news from its shareholders.