23 August 2023 - Aiming to resolve the main dilemmas for investors and other participants in the energy market in Croatia, the law firm CMS Reich-Rohrwig answered several frequently asked questions
10 August 2023 - A new CMS expert guide outlines what to keep in mind when investing in and operating electricity storage facilities in Austria
05 July 2023 - The spring of 2023 brought significant regulatory changes in the renewable energy sector in Serbia
11 June 2023 - After suffering severe disruptions in the energy crisis, together with administrative hurdles that slowed the sector’s expansion, the pace of investments in the energy transition is picking up in Croatia.
06 June 2023 - While the EU members combined appear to make good progress in the field of developing and expanding photovoltaic power plants, countries of Central and Southeast Europe lag far behind current photovoltaic capacities in the EU
02 May 2023 - At the upcoming Belgrade Energy Forum 2023, energy law experts from CMS will present key pressing issues for renewable energy projects
28 March 2023 - CMS Reich-Rohrwig answered several questions frequently asked by investors and other participants in the energy market in North Macedonia
20 December 2022 - The CMS Energy Savings Guide outlines legal measures against the energy crisis in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine
09 August 2022 - All political parties in Bulgaria are determined to avoid breaching deadlines from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, says Dimitar Zwiatkow from law firm CMS Sofia
27 July 2022 - Hydrogen is increasingly seen as one of the critical components of the energy transition. To what extent is the hype about hydrogen justified? What sort of infrastructure will be required? Is the legal framework sufficient and future-proof?
25 March 2022 - The changes include the division into small and large plants for production of electricity from renewables
28 February 2022 - Law firm CMS has published a guide on rooftop photovoltaics and net metering for prosumers in six countries of Central and Eastern Europe