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Contractors beware: Robin Rigg ruling has wide-ranging ramifications

"This judgment will come as a shock to many.  The Supreme Court determined that the contractor, MT Højgaard, was under an obligation to ensure that the offshore windfarm's foundations would have a minimum lifetime of 20 years.  This effectively placed on the contractor the consequences of an error in the international standard to which they were working. 
3 Aug 2017

Contractors beware: Robin Rigg ruling has wide-ranging ramifications

"This judgment will come as a shock to many.  The Supreme Court determined that the contractor, MT Højgaard, was under an obligation to ensure that the offshore windfarm's foundations would have a minimum lifetime of 20 years.  This effectively placed on the contractor the consequences of an error in the international standard to which they were working. 
3 Aug 2017

Offshore Wind Contract Conundrum Heads to Supreme Court

The English Supreme Court is due to hear an appeal on the long-running dispute in connection with the Robin Rigg Offshore Wind Farm. ...At issue is whether E.ON (the employer) or Højgaard (the contractor) must bear the approximate €26 million cost of remedying failed grouted connections between monopiles and transition pieces at Robin Rigg.
1 Jun 2017

Raids, arrests om €8 million wind energy fraud case

According to FIOD, the now bankrupt Hollandsche Wind was used to commit Ponsi fraud - an illegal pyramid scheme. Investors paid a minimum of 5 thousand euros and were promised high returns on wind energy projects. But their returns were paid with money from new investors. No money was ever invested in wind farms or real estate. 
29 Mar 2017

Wind farm appeal

A wind farm on the outskirts of Hilltown could still be on the cards as an appeal against its refusal will be heard later this year.
1 Mar 2017

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Europe&p=3&topic=Legal
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