Christian Schnell at the IV Energy Congress organised by DISE Foundation in Wrocław.
Christian Schnell spoke on the subject of "RES energy - the potential and conditions for development in Poland" during the 4th Energy Congress organised by DISE in Wrocław.
Solivan’s partner Christian Schnell interviewed by Lawyer Monthly magazine about the transaction of the month.
Sequoia Investment Management have financed a 55MW solar portfolio located in Poland
WFW and Solivan advise on 55 MW solar portfolio project financing in Poland
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW“) and its Polish partner firm Solivan Pontes have advised Sequoia Investment Management (“Sequoia”) on the project financing of a 55 MW solar portfolio located in Poland. This transaction is the first large project financing under the newly implemented auction support systems in Central-Eastern Europe.
CHRISTIAN SCHNELL PHD: WINTER PACKAGE? BAT CONCLUSIONS ARE THE REAL REVOLUTION FOR POLAND’S ENERGY SECTOR.
In order to permanently limit pollutant emissions and transition to a low- and zero-emissions economy, the European Union compels to introduce significant changes in the energy mix already at the beginning of the next decade, i.e. since September 2021 to limit emissions of sulphur dioxide, nitric oxide, mercury and dust on the basis of the so-called 2020 BAT conclusions, writes Christian Schnell, PhD, legal counsel
CHRISTIAN SCHNELL: THE CAPACITY MARKET WILL NOT BE A “GOLDEN EGG”
New coal power plants, according to current regulations, which are still discussed at EU level, may receive support from the capacity market until 2034, but in case of existing coal power plants capacity markets expire by 2027, "says Christian Schnell PhD, vice president of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers of the Energy Sector. This is discussed as compromise in the European Parliament's Industry Committee ITRE, chaired by Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek, so that the committee is rather favorable to us, says Schnell. Further legislative proceedings may therefore worsen the situation rather than improve it. This is the optimum we can achieve - adds Christian Schnell.