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A Hong Kong-seated tribunal has ordered Kyrgyzstan to pay damages to a Russian state-owned hydroelectric company in a treaty claim over a frustrated project to build four power plants.
19 July 2022
A South Korean joint venture has filed a US$94 million LCIA claim against a Pakistani state-owned entity over spiralling costs for a 30-year hydropower concession.
04 July 2022
Practitioners have shared their insights with GAR after contracting states to the Energy Charter Treaty agreed to a sweep of “modernisations”, including the withdrawal of protections for fossil fuel investments and amendments to prevent intra-EU claims.
29 June 2022
An ICSID tribunal has reportedly ordered Bosnia and Herzegovina to pay €45 million to a Slovenian investor in an Energy Charter Treaty dispute over a cancelled contract to construct two hydroelectric power plants.
27 June 2022
A subsidiary of a Spanish-British renewables producer has launched the latest in a series of UNCITRAL claims against Argentina’s electricity market manager at the Permanent Court of Arbitration, as another such case is discontinued.
24 June 2022
An ICSID annulment committee has upheld a €60 million renewables award won against Spain by Deutsche Bank-affiliated funds, dismissing arguments the arbitral tribunal wrongly upheld jurisdiction over the intra-EU dispute and should have applied EU state aid law.
16 June 2022
An ICSID annulment committee has upheld a €28 million Energy Charter Treaty award won by a group of UK renewables investors against Spain, dismissing arguments the claimants fraudulently lied about the capacity of their solar facilities to access subsidies.
14 June 2022
A subsidiary of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel has filed a US$126 million ICC claim against the Qatar Public Works Authority over a terminated contract to build a sewage treatment plant in Doha.
01 June 2022
A Berlin court has reportedly refused to declare that an Irish wind power investor’s ICSID claim against Germany under the Energy Charter Treaty is inadmissible because it is an intra-EU dispute.
26 May 2022
Spain has challenged an ICSID tribunal hearing one of the many renewables-related claims it is facing, arguing the arbitrators have shown bias through a series of procedural decisions.
20 May 2022
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