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EU Electricity Trade Law: The Legal Tools of Electricity Producers in the Internal Electricity Market


ISBN13: 9783319165127
Published: July 2015
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £117.00



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This book aims to describe the mechanisms of the internal wholesale electricity market in terms of the legal tools and practices used by electricity producers, the most important market participants. In this regard, the focus is on Northwestern Europe.

Because of the book’s functional perspective, it is not limited to the external regulation of electricity markets at the EU level and also describes the business models and practices employed by electricity producers. Both the physical and financial marketplaces are examined and topics including electricity supply, balancing, transmission and derivatives are covered.

The target for the completion of the EU’s internal electricity market was 2014. The internal wholesale electricity market is very important not only for electricity producers, suppliers and major end consumers but also for network operators, marketplace operators, electricity technology firms, investment firms and market regulators.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
1. Introduction

Part I General Aspects:
2. Setting the Scene
3. Introduction to the Regulation of Electricity Markets

Part II Marketplaces:
4. Electricity Marketplaces
5. Transmission Marketplaces
6. Market Coupling
7. Electricity Generated from Renewable Sources and Emission Marketplaces

Part III Physical Contracts:
8. Long-term Electricity Supply Contracts
9. Balancing Contracts and Balance Group Contracts
10. Transmission Contracts

Part IV Financial Contracts:
11. Financial Contracts
12. Financial Derivatives on Transmission Capacity.