R. on the application of Tate & Lyle Industries Ltd v. Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (Court of Appeal, 2011)
Jurisdiction: United Kingdom
Principle law(s): Contracts for Difference (replacing the Renewables Obligation)
Side A: Tate and Lyle (Corporation)
Side B: Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (Government)
Related laws and policies
The Contracts for Difference scheme is the current main mechanism for supporting large-scale generation of renewable electricity. It is a market-based mechanism, designed to provide a substantial incentive for all eligible forms of renewable electricity. CfDs incentivise investment in renewable e...