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Introduction to EU Energy Law


ISBN13: 9780198791812
Published: September 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £102.50
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9780198791829



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Offering an introduction to students on the most essential elements of EU energy law and policy, this volume will be the go-to text for those seeking knowledge of EU energy regulation and its objectives, as well as an overview of energy law.

Specific topics will cover the content of sector-specific energy regulation, the application and impact of general EU law on energy markets, third party access, unbundling, investment in cross-border networks, energy trading and market supervision, the application of general EU competition law on energy markets, the impact of free movement provisions, and the application of state aid rules. A structured, step by step guide through the fundamental areas of EU energy law.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
Introduction: Development of EU Energy Law and Policy
1: The Vertical Division of Competences between the European Union and its Member States in the Energy Sector
2: Sector-Specific Regulation of the Energy Market: Background and General Overview
3: Applying EU Competition Law to the Energy Markets
4: Treaty Freedoms and EU Energy Markets
5: State Aid in the Energy Sector
6: Sustainable Development and EU Energy Law
7: External Elements of EU Energy Law
8: Cross-Cutting Issues: Examples of Areas where Energy Law and Policy Interact with other EU Policies
Conclusion