The past few years have seen dramatic uptake of renewable energy generation on farms, but as new investment slows, now is a good time to review existing arrangements to ensure projects deliver on promises, says Sonya Bedford, head of renewable energy at law firm Stephens Scown. There are a number of common legal issues affecting the sector, some of which stem from the regular rush of activity seen prior to cuts in key subsidies such as Feed-in Tariffs (Fits) or […]