May 2013 - Recent proposals from Romania’s energy regulatory authority and projected legislative changes could have a negative impact on investments in the country’s renewable energy sources (“RES”) sector.
June 2012 – The Czech renewable energy regulation went through a phase of intensive developments in the past two years. This was both in the sphere of new legislation as well as in the area of litigation against possibly discriminatory behaviour of the Czech government.
From 1 January 2011, final electricity customers must pay a new levy to the Nuclear Fund at the rate of EUR 3 for every megawatt hour of electricity supplied. The purpose of this levy is to cover the debt arising from the generation of resources designated to cover the costs of the back end of nuclear power.
16 October 2009 – On the eve of China’s 60th anniversary celebration, additional avenues had been opened for foreign investment in Chinese companies. New opportunities for Chinese investments had been created during a conference organised by CzechInvest and the General Consulate of the Czech Republic. The legal and tax conditions for business in the Czech Republic were presented to Chinese investors by the international law firm Kinstellar.