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Legal Aspects of EU Energy Regulation: The Consolidation of Energy Law Across Europe 2nd ed

Edited by: Peter D. Cameron, Raphael J. Heffron

ISBN13: 9780198743224
Previous Edition ISBN: 0199279632
Published: October 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00



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This book provides comprehensive coverage of European energy law in practice, evaluating the effectiveness of the expansion of the European Union (EU) from an energy perspective, the rise and importance of the low-carbon energy sector, and the challenge of the financial crisis and continued economic recession.

The national reports take into account the legal and institutional diversity among the Member States, drawing on the experience of prominent energy lawyers and national regulators to provide analysis of their own national experiences.

The book includes an overview of how EU-neighbouring countries, such as the Norway, Russia and the Energy Community countries, have increasingly influenced EU energy policy and consequently EU energy regulation. It also considers the commercial response to the EU electricity directives, the case law of the European Court of Justice, and an overview of what the future might hold.

The interface between EU energy law and investment law and treaties is also considered. This new volume is an invaluable guide to energy law in practice, and will be essential reading for practitioners and academics alike in a complex and rapidly evolving area of EU law.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
PART I: SETTING THE SCENE
1. Completing the Internal Market in Energy: Balancing the Aims of EU Energy Law and Policy
2. Overview of EU External Energy Relations
3. 'Shared Governance': The New Role for National Regulators

PART II: COUNTRY REPORTS
4. Austria
5. Bulgaria
6. Czech Republic
7. Finland
8. France
9. Germany
10. Greece
11. Hungary
12. Ireland
13. Italy
14. The Netherlands
15. Norway
16. Portugal
17. Romania
18. Slovenia
19. Spain
20. Belgium
21. UK
22. Sweden
23. The Baltics
24. Croatia
25. Poland
26. Slovakia
27. Denmark
28. External Relations
29. Conclusions