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Thomas Forman

Thomas Forman


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Thomas Forman is an Associate in the Power Team.

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  • 2013 – LPC, University of Law, London
  • 2012 – GDL, University of Law, London
  • 2011 – Economics BSc, University of Nottingham, Nottingham
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CMS scoops En­ergy Team of the Year at The Law­yer Awards


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Ofgem an­nounces fi­nal pro­pos­als for sup­pli­er li­cens­ing re­form
Ob­tain­ing a li­cence to sup­ply elec­tri­city or gas in Great Bri­tain (GB) is set to get more dif­fi­cult fol­low­ing the an­nounce­ment, on 11 April 2019, of Ofgem’s fi­nal pro­pos­als on new entry li­cens­ing re­quire­ments.
Off­shore Wind Sec­tor Deal aims for a third of UK en­ergy from off­shore...
On 7 March 2019, Clean Growth Min­is­ter Claire Perry an­nounced the launch of the new joint gov­ern­ment-in­dustry Off­shore Wind Sec­tor Deal. Over­seen by the gov­ern­ment-in­dustry body, the Off­shore Wind In­dustry Coun­cil, the sec­tor deal forms part of the wider UK.
BEIS No-Deal BREXIT Le­gis­la­tion plans an­nounced
As our pre­vi­ous LawNow men­tioned, the De­part­ment for Busi­ness, En­ergy and In­dus­tri­al Strategy (“BEIS”) re­leased a let­ter on 14 Decem­ber 2018 sum­mar­ising a num­ber of pro­posed SIs re­lat­ing to the en­ergy sec­tor.
RE­MIT Up­date: French reg­u­lat­or im­poses € 5 mil­lion for mar­ket ma­nip­u­la­tion
Reg­u­la­tion (EU) No. 1227/2011 on whole­sale en­ergy mar­ket in­teg­rity and trans­par­ency (RE­MIT) pro­hib­its mar­ket ab­use in re­la­tion to wholse­sale en­ergy products, re­quires ef­fect­ive and timely pub­lic dis­clos­ure of in­side in­form­a­tion by mar­ket par­ti­cipants and ob­liges.
Cus­tom­er data in the util­it­ies sec­tor
Fol­low­ing our pre­vi­ous art­icle on Ofwat’s fi­nal meth­od­o­logy for the 2019 Price Re­view (“PR19”), this art­icle fo­cuses on one of the areas that Ofwat is ex­pect­ing to see covered in un­der­tak­ings’ 2020-2025 busi­ness plans: cus­tom­er data.
Ofwat's price re­view mod­el: track­ing pro­gress against PR14
Fol­low­ing our pre­vi­ous art­icle on the fi­nal meth­od­o­logy for the 2019 Price Re­view (“PR19”), this week we ex­am­ine pro­gress to date in light of the pre­vi­ous re­view (“PR14”). Back­ground Since privat­isa­tion, the life of the wa­ter in­dustry has been split in­to “as­set.
Ofwat price con­trols: PR19 fi­nal meth­od­o­logy
On 13 Decem­ber 2017, Ofwat pub­lished the fi­nal meth­od­o­logy for its 2019 Price Re­view (“PR19”). Ofwat’s fi­nal de­term­in­a­tion in Decem­ber 2019, based on this meth­od­o­logy, will set lim­its on the prices that each wa­ter and/or wastewa­ter un­der­tak­ing can charge its.