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Juliet Stradling

Partner

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom

Juliet is a partner in the Energy & Climate Change Team, specialising in regulatory matters, projects and transactions in the energy and climate change sector.   

With more than 450 energy and climate change lawyers, including over 100 partners, the CMS Energy and Climate Change practice is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Led from its centres of excellence such as London and Aberdeen, the practice works across 75 offices globally. Building on 40 years of experience advising on power, oil & gas and renewables through to energy disputes, emerging areas and Energy Transition, CMS is uniquely placed to ensure clients receive advice best suited to their commercial needs and to our collective future.

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"Key team members include...well-regarded of counsel Juliet Stradling."

Legal 500, 2020

Publications

In 2019 Juliet produced content for Lexis PSL Energy (on the Capacity Market review), Practical Law Energy (on offshore transmission) and Utility Week (on proposed reforms to the regulatory appeals process).   

 

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Education

  • 2001 – LPC (Distinction), College of Law, London 
  • 2000 – PGDL (Distinction), College of Law, London 
  • 1999 – MA (Hons) History, University of Cambridge 
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11 March 2021
En­ergy: When is an ex­per­t's er­ror a 'mani­fest er­ror'?
In Flow­group plc v Co-op­er­at­ive En­ergy Ltd [2021] EWHC 344 (Comm), the Com­mer­cial Court dis­missed a chal­lenge to an ex­pert de­term­in­a­tion on an al­leged ‘mani­fest er­ror’. As ex­pert de­term­in­a­tion clauses...
12 January 2021
Busi­ness mod­els for CCUS – what’s new?
Fur­ther to its con­sulta­tion re­sponse, pub­lished in Au­gust 2020, the De­part­ment for Busi­ness, En­ergy and In­dustry (“BEIS”) provided an up­date in Decem­ber 2020 on po­ten­tial busi­ness mod­els for car­bon...
27 November 2020
Ofgem up­dates sup­ply li­cences to strengthen re­si­li­ence and pro­tect con­sumers
Sum­mary In re­cent years, the num­ber of en­ergy sup­pli­er fail­ures have in­creased dra­mat­ic­ally. For both con­sumers and the wider en­ergy sup­ply chain, such fail­ures can be highly dis­rupt­ive and costly. Ofgem...
21 August 2020
UK CCUS – Ready, Set, Cap­ture?
On the 17th Au­gust 2020 the UK gov­ern­ment pub­lished its long-awaited re­sponse (the “Re­sponse”) to the con­sulta­tion “Car­bon cap­ture, us­age and stor­age (CCUS): busi­ness mod­els”, pub­lished on the...
13 August 2020
The en­ergy re­tail price cap: clean­ing the (ob­ser­va­tion) win­dows
There was much spec­u­la­tion dur­ing 2018 about wheth­er any of the en­ergy sup­pli­ers would dare to chal­lenge Ofgem’s im­ple­ment­a­tion of the en­ergy price cap man­dated by Par­lia­ment through the Do­mest­ic Gas...
29 May 2020
A Bal­an­cing Act: the GB Sys­tem Op­er­at­or's re­sponse to COV­ID-19
Elec­tri­city de­mand in Bri­tain has fallen very sig­ni­fic­antly in the last couple of months as a res­ult of the re­sponse to COV­ID-19. The lack of de­mand from com­mer­cial and in­dus­tri­al premises has not been...
24 April 2020
RE­MIT Up­date: Ofgem im­poses re­cord fine for mar­ket ma­nip­u­la­tion
On 25 March 2020, the Gas and Elec­tri­city Mar­kets Au­thor­ity (“GEMA”) is­sued a fi­nal no­tice (the “Fi­nal No­tice”) re­gard­ing the im­pos­i­tion of a fin­an­cial pen­alty un­der the Elec­tri­city and Gas (Mar­ket...
22 April 2020
Elec­tri­city In­ter­con­nect­ors: Use of rev­en­ues is­sue re­solved 
On 11 March, the European Court of Justice (the “ECJ”) de­livered its judg­ment on the re­quest by the Ad­min­is­trat­ive Court of Sweden for a pre­lim­in­ary rul­ing on the in­ter­pret­a­tion and valid­ity of Art­icle...
06 March 2020
Winds of change: on­shore, float­ing and oth­er low car­bon tech­no­lo­gies Cf­Ds
On 2 March 2020, the UK gov­ern­ment pub­lished a con­sulta­tion pro­pos­ing a num­ber of sig­ni­fic­ant changes to the Con­tracts for Dif­fer­ence (CfD) scheme to ap­ply for pro­jects com­pet­ing in fu­ture al­loc­a­tion...