ICLG Canada: Renewable Energy 2024

International Comparative Legal Guides

Lawson Lundell lawyers Lana Shipley, Ian Webb and Laura Duke, have written the Canada Chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide - 'Canada: Renewable Energy 2024.' 

The chapter provides a comprehensive overview of renewable energy laws and regulations in Canada, with sections on: 

  • Overview of the Renewable Energy Sector
  • Renewable Energy Market
  • Sale of Renewable Energy and Financial Incentives
  • Consents and Permits
  • Storage
  • Foreign Investment and International Obligations
  • Competition and Antitrust
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Updates & Recent Developments

Lawson Lundell's Clean Energy and Technology Group draws from the extensive experience of the firm's lawyers in the following practice areas: Energy, Climate Change, Technology, Environmental, Indigenous, Corporate Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Tax and other related areas. We assist our Clean Energy and Technology clients with their commercial law needs at all stages, including financing, commercialization and acquisitions. We keep our clients apprised of relevant developments in the applicable regulatory regimes and governing laws.

This chapter was first published as part of the ICLG - Renewable Energy 2024 guide. The ICLG is a global platform that provides legal news and analysis for more than 193 jurisdictions across 58 practice areas. To read the full 'Canada: Renewable Energy 2024' guide, you can follow this link, or download the chapter here

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