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Thomas Forman

Thomas Forman

Associate

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

Thomas Forman is an Associate in the Power Team.

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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Education

  • 2013 – LPC, University of Law, London
  • 2012 – GDL, University of Law, London
  • 2011 – Economics BSc, University of Nottingham, Nottingham
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30/06/2016
CMS scoops En­ergy Team of the Year at The Law­yer Awards

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25 September 2019
CMS ad­vises The Re­new­ables In­fra­struc­ture Group Lim­ited...
29 May 20
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...
20 Sep 19
Gov­ern­ment are con­sult­ing on pro­pos­als for a new smart meter policy...
Over­view Re­cent press re­ports sug­gest that the smart meter rol­lout dead­line has been “ex­ten­ded” or “delayed” un­til 2024. However, this is some­what a sim­pli­fic­a­tion of GB gov­ern­ment’s con­sulta­tion....
17 Jul 19
Elec­tri­city stor­age li­cens­ing – an­oth­er step closer to reg­u­lat­ory...
On 26 June 2019, Ofgem pub­lished its stat­utory con­sulta­tion no­tice and cov­er­ing let­ter on elec­tri­city gen­er­a­tion li­cence changes (“2019 Con­sulta­tion”), which sets out the reg­u­lat­or’s pro­posed frame­work...
19 Apr 19
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....
12 Mar 19
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...
09 Jan 19
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...
19 Oct 18
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...
22 Feb 18
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’...
13 Feb 18
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,...
01 Feb 18
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...