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A Practical Guide to the Law on Using Commercial Property for Electric Car Charging and Solar and Wind Power

ISBN13: 9781913715953
Published: July 2021
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £39.99

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Electric cars are now a common sight and will soon be ubiquitous, but where do you re-charge them? Property owners can benefit from the coming boom in electric car usage by installing charging points on their land. Property owners can also benefit from the green energy revolution by developing solar or wind electricity generating facilities. The National Grid also needs countless additional facilities to convert all this new electricity into useable voltages, and places to store any surplus electricity until it is needed.

This book guides the property lawyer through the documentation using straightforward language, and provides useful drafting tips. It will prove to be a valuable guide to every practitioner who has to give advice to property owners looking to make the most of the changing energy market.

Commercial Property, Energy and Natural Resources Law
Chapter 1 – What is “Renewable Energy?”
Chapter 2 – Electric Cars
Chapter 3 – EV Charging Points
Installation of EV Charging Points on Commercial Premises
Exclusivity Agreement or Option?
Works Compounds
The Lease itself
Planning Permission and Building Regulations for electric vehicle charging points
New Electrical standards for the earthing of EV charging points
What is the impact of COVID-19 on the electric vehicle charging stations market?
The Grid Connection – Form G99
Chapter 4 – Where Will All the Electricity Come From?
Load factors and low inertia
Battery storage
Wind Turbines
Anaerobic Digestion
Gas Reserve Power Stations
Solar Panels (Photovoltaic – PV Panels)
Solar Farms
Chapter 5 – Grants and Subsidies
Grant funding