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This is an extract from the Special Report ‘International Arbitration of Renewable Energy Disputes’ by Emma Johnson, Lucy McKenzie and Matthew Saunders, published by Globe Law and Business.

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"The significant infrastructure required, new and developing technologies that are used and the role played by the state in encouraging investment by the use of subsidies, whether through tariff structures or otherwise, all give rise to an enhanced risk of disputes that, if not appropriately managed, could have significant adverse consequences"

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