Energy and Environment

Cugia Cuomo & Associati  provides assistance in a wide range of leading-edge domestic and international energy and environmental matters, including envisaged restructuring of the domestic industry.

 CC&A professionals are experienced in representing interests in the environmental assessment process, applications for waste management and disposal, set up of energy conversion production plants, municipal infrastructure and services, water and sewage, mining.

With regard to this field, our professionals have provided legal advice on regulatory aspects concerning the activity in the market of electric-power, including renewable energy sources (RES) and municipal solid waste reconversion.

CC&A also advice its clients on the regulatory framework applicable to control software system of WTGs and and draft Operation and Maintenance (“O&M”) Agreements  related to offshore and on onshore wind plants.

Our Firm acts as a professional interface with the competent Italian Regulation Autority (AEEG) and with the Italian Ministry of Environment.

Furthermore, within the EU, we have particular expertise in advising Clients in the interpretation of environmental requirements in connection with the selling or manufacturing of products in different Member States.

Firm news

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Antitrust: Commission fines Guess €40 million for anticompetitive agreements to block cross-border sales

The European Commission today fined the clothing company Guess €39 821 000 for restricting retailers from online advertising and selling cross-border to consumers in other Member States ("geo-blocking"),

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17/12/2018

Lavoro, vanno protetti i dati degli iscritti ai sindacati

Il datore di lavoro non può comunicare ad una organizzazione sindacale la nuova sigla alla quale ha aderito un suo ex iscritto.  Per consentire al sindacato di espletare le procedure che

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17/12/2018

EDPB: Gdpr e imprese extra Ue

Avviate a consultazione le Linee guida approvate dai Garanti Europei sull’ambito di applicazione Quali società americane o asiatiche sono tenute a rispettare la normativa privacy europea?