Shepherd and Wedderburn hold RO grace-period clinics at Scots renewable event

Stephanie Mill, ShepweddSusan Swan, ShepweddFor the second year running, Shepherd and Wedderburn is supporting All-Energy, Britain’s biggest renewable energy event, as headline sponsor.

And during the two-day event in Glasgow next week, the legal services firm is this year also holding Renewables Obligation (RO) Grace Period Clinics with solicitors Susan Swan (right) and Stephanie Mill (left) at exhibition stand Q60.

They have been following the progress of the Energy Bill very closely, paying particular attention to the debate surrounding the clauses on RO grace periods.

Delegates are invited to attend the clinics to discuss on a one-to-one-basis the Energy Bill provisions in relation to the proposed early closure of the RO.

 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.

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