European Energy Law Report XI
The European Energy Law Reports are an initiative taken by the organisers of the European Energy Law Seminar which has been organised on an annual basis since 1989 at Noordwijk aan Zee in the Netherlands. The aim of this seminar is to present an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of International, EU and national energy and climate law. Whereas the first seminars concentrated on the developments at EC level, which were the results of the establishment of an Internal Energy Market, the focus has now gradually switched to the developments at the national level following the implementation of the EU Directives with regard to the internal electricity and gas markets. This approach can also be found in these reports.
This volume includes chapters on “EU Energy and Climate Law – Policy and Jurisprudence”, “Energy and Climate Treaty Developments”, “Energy Infrastructure Developments: Offshore Electricity Systems and Network Investments”, “Heat Supply Legislation in the EU” and “Security of Energy Supply and Safety”.
|Type of product||Book|
|EAN / ISSN||9781780684697 / 9781780686257|
|Number of pages||xxvi + 345 p.|
|Access to exercice||No|
|Publication Date||Nov 27, 2017|
|Available on Jurisquare||No|
|Available on Strada Belgique||No|
|Available on Strada Europe||No|
|Available on Strada Luxembourg||No|
- Table of contents and preliminary pages
- Chapter I. What to do with the Energy Union?
- Chapter II. EU Case Law and the Energy Sector
- Chapter III. Distributive Choices in Urgenda and EU Climate Law
- Chapter IV. The Paris Agreement to the UNFCCC: Underlying Dynamics and Expected Consequences for the Energy Sector
- Chapter V. The New International Energy Charter and the Rule of Law in the Global Energy Architecture
- Chapter VI. The EU's Energy Challenges and TTIP
- Chapter VII. Can We Build It? Yes We Can: A Legal Analysis of How to Enable a Transnational Offshore Grid
- Chapter VIII. Cap and Floor Regime: The New Approach to Electricity Interconnector Regulation in Great Britain
- Chapter IX. Tariffs and Energy Infrastructure Investments in the Netherlands: Past, Present and Future
- Chapter X. RIIO: A New Regulatory Approach for GB Energy Networks
- Chapter XI. District Heating Regulation in Sweden
- Chapter XII. Heat Supply in Denmark: Any Lessons to be Learned?
- Chapter XIII. The Heat is on: Developments in the Regulation of the Heat Market in the Netherlands
- Chapter XIV. Shale Gas and the EU
- Chapter XV. Reducing Gas Production from the Groningen Field: The Need to Balance Safe Production with Supply Security
- Chapter XVI. Regulating Security of Energy Supply for End Consumers: A Comparative Overview