Energy price cap: British Gas owner Centrica wins appeal against Ofgem

Centrica applied for a judicial review after the regulator announced a change to the methodology used to set the opening price cap of £1,137 a year at the beginning of January

Environmental lawyers threaten councils with legal action over climate inaction

ClientEarth is writing to each local authority that is developing a new local plan, giving them eight weeks to explain how they will set their carbon goals

Banks Renewables behind CfD legal challenge

It has launched judicial review proceedings against what it says is the government’s discrimination of onshore wind in favour of offshore wind in its CfD auctions

Contracts for Difference bidding window extended after legal action

The process is expected to be delayed following the legal challenge from an unnamed complainant

UK must halt Capacity Market payments after EU Court ruling

The European Court of Justice has suspended the scheme which means the UK cannot hold any auctions either until it receives clearance

INEOS loses legal challenge against Scottish Government’s fracking ‘ban’

The Court of Session agreed the government did not impose any such ban

UK Government taken back to court over air pollution

A new legal challenge has been launched against the UK Government over its “repeated failure” to tackle air pollution. ClientEarth said it has lodged papers at the High Court in London and is seeking judicial review. It follows a win against Environment Secretary Liz Truss at the Supreme Court in April last year. The ruling […]